Dave the Dog Refused to Eat, by John Moe

Dave the dog, at least partly, may have been named after East Portland Davey

Dave the dog refused to eat until the broom was moved away from the food dish. He fears brooms and doesn’t understand them. He’s been known to bark loudly at them and bite them. Once the broom was moved, he . . . → Read More: Dave the Dog Refused to Eat, by John Moe

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Outfit (Live on KEXP), By John Moe

Part of my job is to listen to a lot of music. Rough life, I know. So I like to share some gems I run across. Here’s Jason Isbell, formerly of Drive-By Truckers, with a song he wrote about his father’s advice.

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Black Flag – Damaged, By John Moe

Paul Ryan liked Ayn Rand in high school and now he gives her books to all his staffers. Maybe I should give all my co-workers cassettes of Black Flag’s Damaged.

– NPR’s John Moe is the host of Marketplace Tech Report and Wits.

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Marketplace Tech Report, Featuring John Moe, Comes to Portland and OPB

Heard from former Seattleite, now a Minnesotan, John Moe, that his new show, Marketplace Tech Report, may now be heard on OPB every weekday at 8:35 am. Tune in and enjoy this man of immense comic and business analytical skills.

Here’s John’s Marketplace Tech Report Blog.

And here’s John with Roseanne Cash.

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Sleigh Bells – Infinity Guitars

“What I want my life’s soundtrack to be: “Infinity Guitars” by Sleigh Bells.

What it probably is: some deep cut from a bad Dio album.”

– John Moe

Norwegian Recycling – Miracles, By John Moe

This from John Moe via Facebook:

“Norwegian Recycling is the mashup king. Survivor, Gnarls Barkley, Britney, so much here. Survivor? Survivor.”

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The Ballad of Steven Slater – Really quite beautiful. (lots of cussing) – John Moe

This from NPR’s John Moe via Facebook – “The Ballad of Steven Slater. Really quite beautiful. (lots of cussing)”