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Neptune Public Radio


Toastmasters are considering serving toast at their weekly meetings. Rye nacerous bread is being considered as is Chinese sweet and sour dough.

Capt. Zinblurf, host of Neptune Public Radio, is not to be confused with Steve Price, the “washed up ABC News journalist living on the streets of Los Angeles and Santa Barbara for 10 years.” Capt. Zinblurf says that he “floats above with his shopping cart or mule, Mr. Ed … observes the madness, observes the saints, observes the eternal parade.

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