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February 11, 2007

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Tony Bledsoe

OH MY GOD

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING EVER

OH MY GOD
CANT BEE-LEEVE YOU POSTED THIS!

MADE MY DAY IN RENO

LMAO - LOL - ASAP - RICKY RICARDO

Michel LeGrisbi

Hmmm fascinating...............

Michel LeGrisbi

Regina "The Vag", Saskatchewan

chris

Everyone in Canada knows that babies come from Regina. By the way Regina is a city named for Queen Victoria, and is the capital of the province of Saskatchewan.

jtm


Thanks for this Kenny G! Come back to the radio!

Regina's Maids

I don't accept the story from the Canadian radio producer. Sometimes a vagina is just a vagina.

Ike

Hey Kenny, good to see a blog entry from ya. Many months ago, when "Anal Magic" became a taboo title, you did a show where you solicited new names for the program. I particularly enjoyed that show. Someone called in with "Banal Magic," which struck me as a great title. But "Intelligent Design" was a good name too.

Henry Lowengard

I was hoping you'd do a "vaginathon" like the Cakeathon... paging Eve Ensler!

mayhnaus

well, thank you very much for posting this!!

i remembered this piece very well, cause you used this on show, which was later available as "PLU + Kenny G - Nothing Special" CD..

for a few months i enjoyed the free mp3's from ubu.com, but than accidentally catch this CD at the local record shop - and i'm the happy owner :))

thanx again!

jim

I've been to Regina two times too many, which is to say twice.

Ah, Regina ... conveniently situated smack-dab in the middle of an alkali flat more than 40 miles from the nearest body of water, its native name translates as "Pile Of Bones" - it was originally a buffalo graveyard. Go there (if you dare) & wonder at its infuriating labyrinth of one-way streets that turn a 15-block ride into a half-hour exercise in confusion. Ask yourself why anyone would let civil servants design & locate their provincial capitol so as to be so incredibly resistant to human habitation. Then nod your head knowingly when you hear the locals say for the umpteenth time that "the #1 export of Saskatchewan is people" ... any comparison with female anatomy is an insult to vaginas everywhere.

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