Ep 62 - Closure

1/19/16

The Bomb Shelter. Where the dogs of society howl.   1:06:29                                                                    Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                     CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                         Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy Guest: Telli Prego

The Bomb Shelter. Where the dogs of society howl.

 

1:06:29                                                                    Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                     CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                         Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy Guest: Telli Prego

Ep 62 - Closure

To establish a sense of closure one might do one or more of the following: Fantasize about conspicuous waste in the event of a windfall; Cultivate a false sense of importance by photo-bombing public figures at media events; Say goodbye to OutBound founder, Telli Prego.

This week we send off, friend of the show, Telli Prego, and wish him well with his new venture in Arizona. Telli has been a fixture in the Sunset district for 30 years and we mark the end of an era by talking over him, commandeering his stories to make them our own, and eating his goodbye cake without him.

In addition to memories of the Gas Mask Colony, Studio 51, The Black Smiths, and Telli's last album with, producer, Okeefe - Mouthpiece Over Matter - we also give a curtain call to, Union Square fixture, Lefty O'Doul's and the importance of the building of which it has occupied for the last 59 years.

Yeah, there's been some good times. Just not on this show. So long Telli. And watch out for the walnut shrimp in Pheonix.