New from BLANDX Press!
FOUR GIRLS AND A RADIO
An Exciting New Heart-Warming DX Novel!
Read What These Reviewers Are Saying!
Bill Clinton: Four girls! You know, this DXing stuff sounds like it would be a great hobby for an ex-president - oh, aaahh - Don't tell Hilary that I said that, OK?
Hillary Clinton: It is crucial to consider the effect that radio has on the taxpayers, vis-a-vis the issue of what the American public needs to stay informed and provide a conduit for government to better understand the needs of the people. I'd hope I can count on the support of girls everywhere to insure we continue to move in a positive direction. (What do the polls say about it?) ... Psssst ... Bill .... I thought you agreed to keep this stuff out of print....
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Four girls and a radio? Been there. Done that. At least three times.
Britney Spears: You know these radio things are kind of complicated. I mean, like, what's avolume knob? Huh?
Donald Rumsfeld: Yes, that would have been the perfect size invasion force for Iraq.
Dick Cheney: I know absolutely nothing about why the Pentagon paid Haliburton $1,295 each for ten thousand pocket transistors that cost five dollars at discount stores.
Paris Hilton: Huh? Did I screw four girls? Or was it a radio? I don't know. I'm stupid.
Nancy Pelosi: This sounds like a typical San Francisco household ... Oh ... it saysradio. I thought it saiddildo.
Tony Snow: Now you reporters know that there is no radio and there are no girls. That is just journalistic spin.
Mel Gibson: It's all the Jews fault that the girls have to share one radio between them!
Louis Farakhan: You see, the white man made the radios to perpetuate white supremacy in the form of WWCR.
Amish farmer Levi Yoder: What's a radio?
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Let girls have a radio? Blasphemy!
Rosie O'Donnell: Four girls? Who cares about the radio?
Wolf Blitzer: Not funny.
Rush Limbaugh: Four? That's one more than the number of wives I've had. As you can tell, I have a lot of experience with family values. And other substances. By the way, do you know that Al Gore said he invented the radio?
Al Gore: Now, Rush, that's another out-of-context quotation. I did invent a couple of girls, though. Well, Tipper helped a little.
Former US Rep Mark Foley: You know, if you rewrote the book to be four teenage boys, I have some friends in D.C. who would buy a copy.
Howard Dean: They need more radios. We'll get them a Hallicrafters! and a Hammurland! a Drake! Eddystone! TenTech! Collins! Philco! Lafayette! Heathkit! Zenith! Atwater Kent! JRC! Kenwood! Sony! Sangean! Grundig! Uniden! Barlow-Wadley! Yaesu! Tupperware! Tabasco Sauce! Aaaaeee!