Procrastinate (By listening to the Stanford Current!)

Posted by at 11:05PM

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Normally, we value professionalism. But seeing that this was our farewell broadcast and that we needed an escape from painful papers and problem sets, we threw our journalistic values to the wind.
In the spirit of the Daily Show, the Colbert Report (We steal one of Colbert’s classic intros), and the Onion, we proudly present the KZSU 90.1 FM 6-4-07 broadcast of the Stanford Current.
You can listen to the entire broadcast here.
Enjoy the show and good luck on finals!

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2 Responses to “Procrastinate (By listening to the Stanford Current!)”

  1. stephen says:

    Original post:
    “That s***ed… more like bad humor than anything meaningful, relevant, or funny. There was zero satire to boot (at least witty satire). NPR narrative style + comedy = FAIL!
    Save your time and study for finals and don’t listen to this s***.”
    New post:
    “That was less than stellar… more like bad humor than anything meaningful, relevant, or funny. There was zero satire to boot (at least witty satire). NPR narrative style + comedy = not very sucessful!
    Save your time and study for finals and don’t listen to this.”
    You really shouldn’t censor the people. This is supposed to facilitate discussion.

  2. Anthony says:

    Thank for for an improved comment.
    Censorship is something to be avoided at all costs.
    However, when a comment serves more to be derisive than to facilitate discussion as you point out, it may serve that very discussion to moderate comments that are not substantive and constructive and comments that only serve to devolve conversations.
    Nice improvement.

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