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December 12, 2006

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Goyim in the AM

"The recordings only capture Mark's side of the conversation..."

I don't think any existing recording device on this earth could have captured the other side, although Mark may disagree.

King Daevid MacKenzie

...the link for "Android & Angel" is screwed up. Y'all may want to fix it...

Listener Therese

Sorry about that! I just fixed it.

Steve PMX

I think this guy is the *real* New Jersey Devil. Look at his horns and christ-blocking shades.

K.

Sweet Jesus, my PoMo-radar is beeping. And a nice performance. He could be real, I've known folks like him.

bartelby

Just sounds like someone responding to internal stimuli, there are many people like this probably an hour's drive from anyplace in the Northeast. How is this different than getting enjoyment watching a man with a club foot trying to walk?

Chris Arter

Hello My name is Chris Arter I am 25 and I live in New Jersey. As a child I found two tapes made by this guy, years apart from each other. They were both 90 minutes long. I only have one now. They feature folk songs and disco songs. He never mentions his name but I found out his full name is Mark Wayne Mohr and he was born in 1954 by looking up material that he mentions he copyrighted on the cassette. I've had this tape for about 14 years and have never been able to find anything on him except his name and the names of other copyrighted material that he has registered. Some of his songs are actually pretty nice. And the tape like you describe only captures his side of a conversation with a 7'7" tall fellow named shorty. Bar none still the most entertaining 90 minutes I've ever experienced.

maledoro

I clicked on the Aquarius link to find Mark from NJ's CDR, but it was no longer listed. :(

Fairlight

Aaah, very happy to get some info on this guy! One of his recordings has been used on the track "The Christ Android", on the album "Memory Hole" by Kevin Moore (of Chroma Key, and ex-Dream Theater keyboardist). That's what prompted me to find out what this nonsense single-sided argument was all about. Thanks a lot!

Ghostlight

I've been researching this guy. He lives in Hammonton NJ, a couple towns away from me. One of my friends also found a tape of his (about 10 years ago). Mark is a hardcore blogger writing under the handle Mountainpen. He's got some seriously out there ideas.

Ghostlight

I've been researching this guy. He lives in Hammonton NJ, a couple towns away from me. One of my friends also found a tape of his (about 10 years ago). Mark is a hardcore blogger writing under the handle Mountainpen. He's got some seriously out there ideas.

Ghostlight

I've been researching this guy. He lives in Hammonton NJ, a couple towns away from me. One of my friends also found a tape of his (about 10 years ago). Mark is a hardcore blogger writing under the handle Mountainpen. He's got some seriously out there ideas.

Goyim in the AM

http://mountainpen.wordpress.com/

Tony NYC

Hi.
I got to this page while reading about music played on the 'Jews Harp'.
I've been searching, for a loooong time, for a song that was played one lazy August afternoon on WFMU, around 1980, or earlier.

It was a rendition of 'My Favorite Things. The vocals of the main melody were accompanied by only a Jews Harp (..."Whiskers on Kittens, etc...")
And when it came to the chorus, it was sung monotone, by several voices...very weird, slowly, dragging, groaning ('theeeese aaaaare aaaaa feeeeewwww of myyyyy faaaaavoooriiiite".

When it got to "Things", it was sung in a kind of higher, psycho-sounding, very melodic voice, like celebrating the word 'things'.

Is there anyone here who knows and appreciates WFMU, who might know what the song title and author was, or how I can get a copy of it?

It's been so long, and I've found every other weird and funny song I've ever heard except for this one.

On that same show on WFMU, they also Played Godley & Creme's 'Sandwiches of You'

I've listened to hundreds of versions of 'My favorite Things', and it wasn't any of those.

Thanks, for any help.
Please feel free to e-mail me, if you can.
giotkr at earthlink dot net

Razzy McThaxton

This fella is MOST DFEFINATELY for real! A friend of mine roomed with him for awhile at his home in Blue Anchor, NJ, and said Mark screamed and yelled into a phone that was off the hook, non-stop, for days on end. He believes lightning is a Goddess named Sarah Krassel, and that the Atlantic Ocean is the Goddess Stacy. Moreover, he is convinced that the Kennedy family, in conjunction with the Carey family(Mariah and them), in conjunction with the Trump and NJ Callio family, are conjointly conspiring to kill him, using black-op helicopter missions, spraying his immediate air space with chem-trails, and sending Atlantic City-residing life gaurds and bar tenders stealing into the night, waiting to catch him off-gaurd. The only problem being that he lives in Ft. Pierce, FL now, but still believes they're out there. You can google "MOUNTAINPEN" to catch up on his latest blogs.

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