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[[Image:Sick_Dick_and_the_Volkswagens_The_Crying_of_Lot_49.JPG|right]]Radio station out of fictional Kinneret-Among-The-Pines, California, near San Narciso, in  Thomas Pynchon's 1965 novel ''The Crying of Lot 49''.
 
[[Image:Sick_Dick_and_the_Volkswagens_The_Crying_of_Lot_49.JPG|right]]Radio station out of fictional Kinneret-Among-The-Pines, California, near San Narciso, in  Thomas Pynchon's 1965 novel ''The Crying of Lot 49''.
  
Protagonist Oedipa's husband Wendell "Mucho" Maas is a DJ there.
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They sponsor record hops at local high schools.
  
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Protagonist Oedipa's husband [[Mucho Maas|Wendell "Mucho" Maas]] is a DJ there.
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=See also==
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Also a juvenile dirty joke spelled backwards.
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==See also==
 
*[[Sick Dick and the Volkswagens]]
 
*[[Sick Dick and the Volkswagens]]
 
*[[The Paranoids]]
 
*[[The Paranoids]]
 
*[[Fort Wayne Settecento Ensemble]]
 
*[[Fort Wayne Settecento Ensemble]]
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[[Category:1965]]
 
[[Category:1965]]
 
[[Category:Novels]]
 
[[Category:Novels]]
 
[[Category:Fictional radio stations]]
 
[[Category:Fictional radio stations]]
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[[Category:Thomas Pynchon]]

Latest revision as of 17:44, 28 April 2018

Sick Dick and the Volkswagens The Crying of Lot 49.JPG

Radio station out of fictional Kinneret-Among-The-Pines, California, near San Narciso, in Thomas Pynchon's 1965 novel The Crying of Lot 49.

They sponsor record hops at local high schools.

Protagonist Oedipa's husband Wendell "Mucho" Maas is a DJ there.

Also a juvenile dirty joke spelled backwards.

See also