An annual festival featuring grilled testicles, a baby with a bong and more are up this week on Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show at

This guy better watch out, he's on the menu at the edible testicle festival/Ryn Gargulinski

Next show is Wednesday, August 18 (today!) and every Wednesday on Showtime is noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST. is an online radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials.

In addition to the fun stuff mentioned above, this week’s musical line-up includes songs that mention days of the week.

We have a whole calendar of suggestions on this theme and thank everyone who sent songs our way. We may decide to fill two shows with this timely theme, but are still putting out a call for another theme below.

A few other requests are on the bill, as is our weekly polka tune and, if technology permits, another song by Tucson’s own Eric Heithaus.

Requests for future shows welcome; please leave them below.

What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST

CALL FOR SONGS – Those that mention HEAVEN or HELL

Anyone got some cool songs that have heaven or hell in their lyrics or title? Please leave songs below and I’ll compile them for upcoming show.

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Warning: The edible testicle festival story, which kicks off the broadcast, may not be suitable for young children or anyone with a weak stomach. Fast forward to Mamas and Papas to avoid.

Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 08/18:

U2 – Bloody Sunday (AZMouse in AZ and Steve the dead cat in Boston)

The Mamas and the Papas – Monday, Monday (Karyn, Wilhelmina, AZMouse all in AZ)

Tori Amos – I Don’t Like Mondays (Lizzie in AZ since didn’t have other Amos song)

The Beatles – Eight Days a Week (Jennifer in Boston)

The Cure – Friday I’m in Love (Leslie in TX, Brad and AZMouse in AZ)

Ziga Zaga Polka (polka for parents)

The Rolling Stones – Ruby Tuesday (Randy and AZMouse in AZ)

John Prine – He Forgot that it was Sunday (Andrew Farley in AZ)

Led Zeppelin – Dancing Days (Radmax in AZ)

The Beatles – She’s Leaving Home (Susi in Iceland)

Natalie Merchant and 10,000 Maniacs – These Are the Days (Beezel in AZ)

My Love Where Are You – Written by Eric Heithaus and Shawn Fratis, vocals by Caitlin Kelley and Patrick Spencer (Tucson’s own)

The Velvet Underground – Sunday Morning (Steve not the dead cat)

Morresey – Every Day is Like Sunday (Marlowe in MI)

Thievery Corporation – Tomorrow

A big THANK YOU to all who suggested days of the week songs this week, which are noted in parenthesis following songs. Thanks also for requests I’ve already gotten for next week’s heaven and hell theme, too.