While Chris and Cory do not confirm FEAR of the pandemic gripping the world, they both acknowledge that when you do a show late at night and then have to get up early the next morning to adult, it can lead to various conditions related to getting run down which snowballs into full blown panic mode…
So at this time, we at Operation Manatee are taking a week by week policy to gauge the current climate and determine when we can make a safe and triumphant return to the airwaves.
Until then… we’ll just keep planning for the big episode 300 extravaganza! Stay tuned and stay healthy everyone!
Hey all! Chris is a sick sick bastard, so he’s going to bed long before this show would start. Cory’s using the time to brush up on his Gaelic for next week’s St Paddy’s Day special thing. Tune in next week, barring any Corona Virus-related problems. 🤧
It’s rare something sneaks up under the wire, but take a look at this…
Well… we mean, you should LISTEN to this… so tune in at 11:00 pm on 91.3 FM in Regina or online at http://www.cjtr.ca and we’ll talk it over.
Let’s take imaginary, internet bets with all the internet points you can muster.
What… is…. this?
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #299 – What’s all this?”
Yeah, it’s hard to be festive up here in the cold Canadian prairies on Mardi Gras, but we can still celebrate in a small way.
Tonight, amongst the usual assortment of top-of-mind radio (basically just a bunch of really cool, semi-carefully curated music you might want to know about), expect one or two little shouts to Mardi Gras!
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #298 – Here Comes The Big Chief!”
This is the greatest thing ever… the best news since the slicing of bread in pre-packaged bags.
Just what, are you asking yourselves? Well have you been hiding under rocks for the last week?
How about you tune in at 11:00 pm on 91.3 FM in Regina or online at http://www.cjtr.ca and Chris and Cory will educate you in such matters. ‘Tis a deal. Speak at you then!
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #297 – Dear friends, have you heard?”
The news that was released yesterday… can only be described as…
So much so…
We cannot act… we have not recovered… and thus, there will be no show tonight.
Oh… and something, something, something cold and flu season and we’re all getting old…
Be back next week!
The title of this post is misleading. The show is actually about how to tranq and train formerly “wild” animals. Tonight’s episode focuses on the common, yet majestic Frigatebird, and how it can be trained to bring you beer and snacks. Tune in. It’ll be neat!
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #296 – Let’s Stay Up Late And Listen To Music Together On CJTR”
What a great week! What a wonderful night! For the middle of winter, things couldn’t get too much better around the Queen City.
So let’s enjoy some company and share in the breaking of music. Then we’ll listen to some bread and visit like old times. Wait; this doesn’t sound like the right saying.
Tune in at 11:00 pm on 91.3 FM in Regina or online at http://www.cjtr.ca.
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #295 – Turn off the lights”
Crazy to believe that only a week ago, we were all huddling in our homes just trying to scrounge enough blankets to last through the night compared to the mild temperatures that we open this new week with. It’s almost warm enough to start turning the AC back on in your vehicles!
And in the meantime, poor Eastern Canada took the brunt of a WILD snowstorm, the likes of which caused the National Defense to go help rescue Newfoundland. I’m not sure there’s enough rum to last until they dig themselves out.
But wherever you may be, we can all agree that music is the great calming force: Regardless of a blizzard or thunderstorm, the right song will get you through the storm. Tune in tonight at 11:00 pm on 91.3 FM or online at http://www.cjtr.ca for another selection of such wonderful songs.
Continue reading “Operation Manatee #294 – Whattawildweek!”
This weather is not fit for aloof lovable aquatic mammals NOR feudal Japanese agents of chaos.
So we’re staying home tonight and we suggest you do the same.
Take care. Stay warm!