This is Episode 21 of Midnight Voicejail title, 'Jonesin'' in which Mr. 1:15 (Alexander T. Newport) searches for in vain for relief from his cannabis habit, eventually turning to alcohol all while his dealer (Joe) is on vacation in San Francisco and claims to be 'dry'.
This program is made from actual recordings of a voice mail box community in Silicon Valley in the 1980's. All names have been changed to protect the guilty. They now all live outstanding lives as upstanding citizens. Don't Do Drugs mmmkay?
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Trivia note: This is the episode Mercury News radio critic listened to when he wrote his review on the show for his column. The player is set to play the Complete Radio Edit of the program with no obscenties. The preceding tracks comprise the entire episode in Uncut (NSFW) form. If you buy this download, you have permission to play the radio edit on the air. Safe Harbor hours recommended.
This program contains frank (and hopefully humorous) discussion of drugs. This is for the purpose of artistic expression and journalistic documentation on real-life happenings (in the 1980's) and is not necessarily an endorsement of any substance, taste, or lifestyle. Listener discretion advised.
The Uncut version of this program appears in 'The Best of Midnight Voicejail Vol. 9: The Mr. 1:15 Album' as the fourth track in that program.
Dislcaimer: This program is wholly a piece of artistic expression put together by Phineas Narco & The National Cynical Network and is meant to be heard in its entirety. It is a psychedelic audio documentary made about a number of people who utilized voice mail box systems in Silicon Valley during the 1980's and 1990's for the purpose of creating entertainment for their own amusement, and for socializing.
This program was made for the purpose of education, entertainment and artistic expression. It was made and heard originally on KFJC 89.7 FM in Los Altos California during the early 2000's.
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