Present were, Nathan, EVD, Just Joe, and, R.J.. Just Joe arrived wearing a tin foil hat, which he said was to protect him from Azkath using his telepathic powers to control his mind and make him do stuff. They kept trying to confuse him all night, which isn't that hard to do, it is Just Joe, after all, by making him doubt whether he was doing, or not doing, stuff because he wanted, or didn't want to, or because of mind control. At the end of the night, Azkath hypnotized Just Joe into thinking his tin foil hat was Cuppy, the cup Just Joe had drawn a face on a decade ago, he had named it Cuppy, and had been severely traumatized when it was deliberately destroyed. Now everyone was trying to touch his hat, Just Joe became more and more agitated, and finally ran out of the building, screaming.
R.J. has a new band, which will soon be performing live for us, as soon as they have a name (Rip Open the Sky), among other things.
We spotlighted musically the year 1982.
Azkath aired part of an interview he had conducted with Jeff Martin, the vocalist for the band Blasted to Static. He has also been a part of countless other bands, including Racer-X. Before the interview, a Racer X song was played, and, at it's conclusion, a Blast To Static song was played. You can find the full interview in the Interview section of the page.
A bunch more clips from "The Best Of The Last Exit For The Lost" CD's were played, featuring such voices from the past as The Late And Not So Much Lamented Zoltan, Vern, Shoebox, Crappy The Clown, Rub Mc'Groin, Chuck The Canadian, and others, as it was the final LE in the month of June, and we have been looking back all month, as June third marked the twenty second Anniversary of Azkath's taking over running the program. A couple more of the many, many bands who have been here in some way or another were featured as well.
-Fire Eater Wizard