You’ve probably heard them talking about Radioactive Soup on the radio.
Are you wanting to jazz up your diet?
Do you need more energy to charge your batteries?
Would you like to consume more soup?
Dr. Audie Porta-Visco who specializes in radioactive foods suggests that you make some radioactive soup to cure whatever ails you.
Just like bacteria, not all radioactivity is harmful to your health.
A soup made with as many of the following highly radioactive ingredients will provide you with enough radioactivity to charge up your system: Brazil nuts, Lima Beans, Potatoes, Carrots, Avocados, and Red Meat.
For dessert, eat some Bananas and Peanut Butter and then wash it all down with Beer.
Since all of the aforementioned foods are relatively high in radioactivity, you should feel amazingly recharged within minutes.
Incredibly, all of the letters in Audie Porta-Visco can be stirred up to spell: Radioactive Soup!
Fargo, ND – Was there ever any doubt that residents occupying the broadcast area of the Rock 102 FM radio frequency would voice their discontent over the channel’s new talk radio format changeover? Not in the slightest. Regular people like you and I have made their voices heard to the Observer over what many have labeled a “totally pointless and unjustified” switch-over from Rock 102 to Talk 101.9 FM:
Randy, West Fargo:
– “Four straight hours of Rush every day?! Hell yeah! [singing] FLY BY NIGHT!! Wait…what? Rush LIMBAUGH?? Aw, come on! Buzzkill!!!”
– “Oh, wow, this is terrific. If I wanted to hear a fat blowhard spew misogynistic hate venom at me for 4 hours every day in crystal clear audio i’d have dinner at my in-laws’ house.”
– “Q98 plays the same crap lineup of recycled one-hit-wonders from the 90s and early 2000s on a daily basis. Pathetic. One less competing rock station gets me that much closer to boycotting radio altogether.”
– “What’s Rock 102 FM?”
– “I’m pretty sure if you fire Scotch, Tank and Ginger, you’re going to lose 3 talented radio personalities to a competing station. That, or lose 3 radio personalities and gain 3 cart-pushers at Hornbacher’s. Hey-ooo!!!”
This expected turn of events has me wondering: When will it end? Will the city of Fargo keep descending into utter pop culture obscurity until there’s nothing cool around to celebrate, thus turning everything here so pathetically lame that i’m forced to make fun of it until i’m run out of town? Only time will tell.