Saturday, October 29, 2005

Next Week's Show

OK Today I did a phone interview with the loquacious Jello, about an hour. We talked about the Melvins, Bad Music, Old Times, Politics and I even got a station ID.After some production(it's low-fi) it will run next Sunday Nov.6 at 8AM on the Hangover.

Libby Indicted:Rove Next

"It's not over," Fitzgerald said of the investigation. Although the grand jury expired Friday, he said he will keep another grand jury open "to consider other matters."

The uncertainty left the White House uneasy.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

This Sunday's Radio Show

ON THE AIR "The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "Hell Night: The History of Halloween," a discussion and musical collage with host Reverend Marc Time and local artist Peter Herley, 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

" Twas The Night Before Fitzmas..."

‘Twas the night before Fitzmas, when all through the house
not a creature was stirring, not even a louse.
The stocks had been laundered by Frist with care, hoping that Scooter and Rove soon would be there.

The indictments were nestled all snug in their beds,
while visions of justice done danced in our heads.
And Rove in his ‘kerchief, and Libby in his cap,
had thought they were safe to take a long winter’s nap.

When out on the streets there arose such a clatter,
They sprang from their bed to see what was the matter.
Away to the window they flew like a flash,
tore open the shutter, and threw up the sash.

The moon on the breast of the fallen neo-cons
gave the lustre of evil to the devils own spawn,
when, what to their frightened eyes should appear,
but a man bearing indictments drawing near.

With a roar from the crowd, chomping at the bit,
They knew in a moment it must be St. Fitz.
More rapid than eagles, his courses they came,
and he whistled and shouted and called them by name:

“Now Rove! Now Libby!
Now, Bush and Cheney!
And Condi! , And Rumsfield!
The names of the damned were just too many!

The crowed now chanted!
“They have decieved us, now they must fall!
Now take them away! Take them away!
Take them all!”

As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,
when they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky
so up to the court house he flew,
with the sleigh full of indictments, and a few surprises too.

And then, in a twinkling, They heard a noise so loud
the shouts for justice from the gathered crowd.
As they drew in their heads and were turning to flee,
down the chimney St. Fitz came with a shout of glee.

He stood toe to toe, with criminals he knew.
And they were all tarnished with deceit and scheme.
And cowering they had tried to hide what they done but now it would seem,
the day of judgment nearer it drew.

Fitz’s eyes–how they twinkled! His dimples, how merry!
His indictments came from his long inquiry!
Roves droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
”I had nothing to do with it, ask Miller, she’ll know!”
Libby cowered in the corner a whimper he gave,
he knew in prison, he’d be somebody’s slave.

He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,
and handed out the indictments, to those sniviling jerks.
And laying his finger aside of his nose,
Said “the punishment for deceit of the people, should be the gallows.”

He gave the signal to his team to take them away.
And away they went for mug shots or two.
But we heard him exclaim, ‘ere he drove out of sight,

“Happy Fitzmas to all, and to all a good night!”

-will tomorrow be the day that indictments are handed down? Posted by Picasa

Monday, October 24, 2005

Comments, Kudos, and Congrats

Yippee!! Yippee!! Congrats on both of the awards. I can't wait to look at the article in the weekly this week. Take care.
Cathleen and George

Congratulations. Hope this leads to wider recognition and success.

Big congrats on the sweep, you did well!
I stayed through the end of the show, and sent this text message to
Craig after they announced your second award:
> Me (10/15 10:14 pm): Holy Marc! He got a second award--best radio
> show and best radio personality. Its gonna be a good show tomorrow!
It was great to see the KWVA nominations. The Mother was also
nominated for best radio personality. I hope it was a good show this
morning, I'm sorry I missed!
Congrats again!
Charlotte Nisser KWVA

I wanted to be there....and Charlotte text messaged me all I
almost..almost felt like I was too! congrats!
And best radio personality. You go. I'll call you tomorrow. GREAT,
Great news!
They better double your salary, I'm tellin' ya!!
Craig Lev Snap Crackle and Pop

FOR THE LOVE OF L. RON HUBBARD!! What a day! Jesus H Christ,
what does a guy like me have to do!!
Congrats,Aww man I'm jealous. Did anyone vote for Doppler Effect? 1? or 2? Did
you get a copy of all results? just joking. You absolutely deserve
the Best Show award, the structure and content of the Hangover is
better than any radio show our there. It's my favorite. Have you
considered podcasting the Hangover? !!
DR. Nathan Cox Doppler Effect

Congrats. But I didn't vote for you you old geezer. I'm not jealous and bitter one bit. *throws records out the window*
Seriously, you earned it and thanks for raising the bar for the rest of us. Did it come with a cash prize?
Rocco Rocco's Radio Pizzeria

I too am jazzed for you, for you are a personality!!! That's what we love
about you - I know a star!!! Denise

That is really great about the awards, it looks like you found your
calling and that you love what you do.. The very best to you always,

Your show,and KWVA, is unique because of the music you play. I wouldn't characterize
you as a radio "personality" as that implies a presence apart from
the music as the focus of the show. To me you're a DJ. You're not a
commentator, comedian, and don't host a talk show so I don't know where
the "personality" part would come in. If the contest is about the
best radio show then you win hands down in my book. But in that case you're
competeing against other shows, including Martha's Tacos, "The
Mother," and the morning AM blathering/traffic/blathering KUGN crap -Keep up your great show (interesting music, no politics please).
Greg W.

Marc M

Great Googly Moogly!!

Congrats! For once I'm positively surprised at the taste and sophistication
of the voting public.
Mike Roderick Mood Area 52

Man, that's amazing! Congratulations!
Gary Hobish True Margrit

Hello Rev!
Very rarely, something that is good, like the Beatles or Dr. Suess, is actually popular.
Congratulations on joining their ranks!
Brian Friedkin
Editor in Chief, Writer, CEO, Publisher,
Guiding Light Guru & Janitor

Congratulations Rev. Marc
It's about Time!
Dann I.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Dickies, Jars and Awards

Head on over to Shawn's Entroprium blog at to read more about this pic and other adventures in my so called punk life--Thanks for mentioning My Eugene Awards, Shawn! Posted by Picasa

Friday, October 21, 2005

The Best Of Eugene Weekly Issue Is On The Stands

And on the net: at
Here is what it said in a mini interview about my show The Sunday Morning Hangover:

2nd: Downtown Deb, KLCC
3rd: Nancy Stapp, KOPT

Reverend Marc Time's "Sunday Morning Hangover" has drawn a big following with exclusively non-mainstream material. The Rev. (yes, he's legit, he got licensed on the Internet) only plays tracks that you wouldn't hear on other radio shows. "You're going to hear things that you've never heard of before," he says. "I think that's what makes it different. I think that radio is turning into one giant iPod." Time promises to cover all types of musical genres as well as comedy and humor when necessary. "It just depends on what kind of mood I'm in," he says. "It could be weird children's records from Christian ventriloquists or 1963 exotic records."


2nd: Dead Air (KLCC)
3rd: The Mother (KWVA)

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

"Over the weekend at one of the games---Houston and St. Louis---one of the camera men caught former President Bush and his wife Barbara Bush kissing. Y'know, by god, you know you're at a dull game when you'd rather make out with Barbara Bush."
--David Letterman

-From Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

The Eugene Weekly Awards

The Best of Eugene Awards are given out every year around October to the Best Restaurants, Museums, Record Stores,Bands,Political figures, AND Radio shows. Last Saturday night at the McDonald Theatre I picked up BOTH radio awards: Best Local Radio Personality and Best Local Radio Show.
I was able to get more votes from the readers of the Weekly and Listeners of my show than the local NPR station, the Local Clear Channel stations, and other KWVA and KRVM DJ's.
This happened because of my On-the-air and On-the-internet appeal to my listeners and fans that it was very crucial that CORPORATE RADIO NOT win like they did last year.
I know that my show, The Sunday Morning Hangover,is not everyone's cup of tea. BUT I like to think that it represents the spirit of Free Form radio and a departure from the IPOD radio and the Robot Run formats that have turned 2005 radio into the Boring piece of shit that it is.
THIS is why I am so grateful and so excited that you all have voted for the Hangover.
Once Again, THANK YOU.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

TWO Awards

I found out this morning thru Craig Lev and a listener that I won the OTHER
radio award--not only did I pick up the Eugene Weekly's Best of Eugene
readers poll award for Best Local Radio Show, but after I left I won Best
Local Radio Personality.I wasn't there to pick it up,I had to get up early
to do today's show.

I Swept the radio categories! Two awards! I am too jazzed for words.
 Posted by Picasa

Saturday, October 15, 2005

I Want To Thank You!

My Friends

I want to thank you all for voting in this year's "Best Of Eugene Weekly 2005-2006" Poll! And Thank You for making The Sunday Morning Hangover the winner in "Best Radio Show".

Luv Ya

Reverend Marc Time

 Posted by Picasa

New Radio Show Segment: Songs I Used To Hate

Last Week it was "I Am I Said " by Neil Diamond . This week it's:
by Jackson Browne

I can't keep up with what's been going on
I think my heart must just be slowing down
Among the human beings in their designer jeans
Am I the only one who hears the screams
And the strangled cries of lawyers in love
God sends his spaceships to America, the beautiful
They land at six o'clock and there we are, the dutiful
Eating from TV trays, tuned into to Happy Days
Waiting for World War III while Jesus slaves
To the mating calls of lawyers in love
Last night I watched the news from Washington, the capitol
The Russians escaped while we weren't watching them, like Russians will
Nw we've got all this room, we've even got the moon
And I hear the U.S.S.R. will be open soon
As vacation land for lawyers in love
TONITE!!!!!!!!!!!!I GOT THE HEE BEE JEE BEES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Posted by Picasa

Thursday, October 13, 2005


Mom delivers 16th child, thinking of more
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (AP) -- Michelle Duggar just delivered her 16th child, and she's already thinking about doing it again.
Johannah Faith Duggar was born at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday and weighed 7 pounds, 6.5 ounces.
The baby's father, Jim Bob Duggar, a former state representative, said Wednesday that mother and child were doing well. Johannah's birth was especially exciting because it was the first time in eight years the family has had a girl, he said.
Jim Bob Duggar, 40, said he and Michelle, 39, want more children.
"We both just love children and we consider each a blessing from the Lord. I have asked Michelle if she wants more and she said yes, if the Lord wants to give us some she will accept them," he said in a telephone interview.
The Discovery Health Channel filmed Johannah's birth and plans to air a show about the family in May.
The Learning Channel is doing another show about the family's construction project, a 7,000-square foot house that should be finished before Christmas. The home, which the family from the northwest Arkansas town of Rogers has been building for two years, will have nine bathrooms, dormitory-style bedrooms for the girls and boys, a commercial kitchen, four washing machines and four dryers.
Jim Bob Duggar, who sells real estate, previously lost his bid for the U.S. Senate. He said he expects to run for the state Senate next year but isn't ready to make a formal announcement.
Michelle Duggar, 39, had her first child at age 21, four years after the couple married.
Their children include two sets of twins, and each child has a name beginning with the letter "J": Joshua, 17; John David, 15; Janna, 15; Jill, 14; Jessa, 12; Jinger, 11; Joseph, 10; Josiah, 9; Joy-Anna, 8; Jeremiah, 6; Jedidiah, 6; Jason, 5; James, 4; Justin, 2; Jackson Levi, 1; and now Johannah.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

From: Gizoogle:

The Sunday Morn'n Motherfucka
My Photo: Name:Marc Tizzle so sit back relax new jacks get smacked: Location:Jizzle City, Oregon, United States . You'se a flea and I'm the big dogg. Listen ta mah Radio Program "The Sunday Morn'n Pusha on KWVA-FM 88.1 Eugene ...

The Sunday Morn'n Crazy Ass Nigga
"The Sunday Morn'n Nigga features "The History of Psychedelia . It dont stop till the wheels fall off: 40 Years of ... Listen ta mah Radio Program "The Sunday Morn'n Brotha on KWVA-FM 88.1 ... - 62k

ORblogs - `bout Sunday Messin' Hangova
posted on Sunday Spendin' Hangova in Junction City - 10/8 - 6:59 PM. site icon Indictments??? Reporta turns over notes in CIA leak case By Adam Entous Fri ... - 14k
 Posted by Picasa

Saturday, October 08, 2005

My Halloween Costume This year Posted by Picasa


Reporter turns over notes in CIA leak case

By Adam Entous Fri Oct 7, 7:30 PM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A New York Times reporter has given investigators notes from a conversation she had with a top aide to Vice President
Dick Cheney weeks earlier than was previously known, suggesting White House involvement started well before the outing of a CIA operative, legal sources said.
Times reporter Judith Miller discovered the notes -- about a June 2003 conversation she had with Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby -- after her testimony before the grand jury last week, the sources said on Friday. She turned the notes over to federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald and is expected to meet him again next Tuesday, the sources said.
Miller's notes could help Fitzgerald establish that Libby had started talking to reporters about CIA operative Valerie Plame and her diplomat husband, Joseph Wilson, weeks before Wilson publicly criticized the administration's
Iraq policy in a Times opinion piece, the sources said.
Wilson asserts that administration officials leaked his wife's identity, which damaged her ability to work undercover, to discredit him for criticizing
President George W. Bush's Iraq policy in 2003, after a CIA-funded trip to investigate whether Niger helped supply nuclear materials to Baghdad.
One source involved in the investigation said Miller's notes could help Fitzgerald show a long-running and orchestrated campaign to discredit Wilson, which could help form the basis for a conspiracy charge.
Fitzgerald has yet to indicate whether or not he intends to bring indictments, but lawyers close to the investigation said there were signs he may be moving in that direction.
 Posted by Picasa

Friday, October 07, 2005

This Sunday's Show

The History of Psychedelia Part2--also an interview with Paul Biondi of the Eugene Weekly about the Best of Eugene Weekly's 2005 Awards show at the McDonald Theater on Saturday Oct 15.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Bush claimed God told him to invade Iraq, Afghanistan: BBC

Thu Oct 6, 5:44 PM ET

President George W. Bush allegedly said God told him to invade
Iraq and
Afghanistan, a new BBC documentary will reveal, according to details.
Bush made the claim when he met Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas and then foreign minister Nabil Shaath in June 2003, the ministers told the documentary series to be broadcast in Britain later this month.
The US leader also told them he had been ordered by God to create a Palestinian state, the ministers said.
Shaath, now the Palestinian information minister, said: "
President Bush said to all of us: 'I'm driven with a mission from God.
'God would tell me, 'George, go and fight those terrorists in Afghanistan'.'
"And I did, and then God would tell me, 'George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq...' And I did.
"'And now, again, I feel God's words coming to me, 'Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East.' And by God I'm gonna do it'," said Shaath.
Abas, who was also at the meeting in the Egyptian resort of Sharm al-Sheikh, recalled how the president told him: "I have a moral and religious obligation.
"So I will get you a Palestinian state."

A BBC spokesman said the content of the programme had been put to the White House but it had refused to comment on a private conversation.
The three-part series, "Elusive Peace:
Israel and the Arabs", charts the attempts to bring peace to the Middle East, from former US president
Bill Clinton's peace talks in 1999-2000 to Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza strip.
The programme speaks to presidents and prime ministers, their generals and ministers, about what happened behind closed doors as the peace talks failed and the intifada grew.
The series is due to be screened in Britain on October 10, 17 and 24. Posted by Picasa


Woman Booted Off Flight For Anti-Bush Shirt

POSTED: 12:49 pm EDT October 6, 2005

RENO -- A Washington state woman was bounced from a Southwest Airlines flight in Reno for wearing a T-shirt with the pictures of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and the F-word.

The shirt was a play on words taken from the movie "Meet the Fockers." It had the title of the movie, with the last word changed to a curse word, according to KRNV-TV in Reno.

Lorrie Heasley said she plans to press a civil-rights complaint against the airline over Tuesday's action at Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Heasley said the airline offered to let her continue her flight if she were to change her shirt, which she refused to do.

"I didn't feel that I should have to change my shirt, because we live in the United States, and it's freedom of speech and it was based on the movie 'The Fockers,' and I didn't think it should have offended anyone," Heasley told KRNV.

Southwest officials said other passengers complained about her shirt, and that rules prohibit offensive clothing.

But the American Civil Liberties Union said Heasley's T-shirt is "protected" free speech under the Constitution.

Distributed by Internet Broadcasting Systems, Inc. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Xena, Our New Planet

XENA, the possible tenth planet in our solar system, has its own moon, a dim little satellite called Gabrielle, it was reported yesterday.
Astronomers who discovered the planet, named after TV's Xena, Warrior Princess, in July said they detected its sidekick from Hawaii. Their findings will be submitted to the Astrophysical Journal Letters today.

"Since the day we discovered Xena, the big question has been whether or not it has a moon," Michael Brown, of the California Institute of Technology, said.
"Having a moon is just inherently cool, and is something that most self-respecting planets have."
 Posted by Picasa

Car For Dogs

Pet dogs sit in special crates for dogs in the glove apartment at the front and bigger crate in the back seat of Honda Motor Corp.'s W.O.W Concept vehicle during a media preview in Wako, north of Tokyo, Monday, Sept. 26, 2005. With wide sliding doors, the concept vehicle that stands for "wonderful openhearted wagon," features special crates for pet dogs. It is an exhibition model with no plans for commercial sale that will be exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show that opens on Nov. 19. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Copyright 2005 Associated Press. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, October 02, 2005

This Friday at 4 PM on KWVA 88.1 FM I will be hosting "One Hour One Band" featuring the music and wisdom of Rock Star George W. Posted by Picasa

A Step Toward Impeaching the President

Source to Stephanopoulos: President Bush Directly Involved In Leak Scandal

Near the end of a round table discussion on ABC�s This Week, George Stephanopoulos dropped this bomb:

Definitely a political problem but I wonder, George Will, do you think it�s a manageable one for the White House especially if we don�t know whether Fitzgerald is going to write a report or have indictments but if he is able to show as a source close to this told me this week, that President Bush and Vice President Cheney were actually involved in some of these discussions.

This would explain why Bush spent more than an hour answering questions from special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. It would also fundamentally change the dynamics of the scandal. President Bush could no longer claim he was merely a bystander who wants to �get to the bottom of it.� As Stephanopoulos notes, if Bush played a direct role it could make this scandal completely unmanageable. Posted by Picasa