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Merik takes requests for his shows from his [http://cyclops.yqmonline.com/merik/playlist.txt current playlist]. Which is really cool or you can email him [djmerik@gmail.com Here].
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Revision as of 01:16, 16 July 2006

Merik cannot read or write. All of the following is user submitted.

If Merik could read or write, he would probably be the one to make all of this follow format.


Sleepy Panda Radio

Merik's regular shows are:

  • Tuesdays 2-4am EST - Dedication night, request a song in honour of someone else.
  • Thursday 2-4am EST
  • Friday 2-4am EST - The Jick Show Cooldown (with NSurgnie)
  • Saturday 4-7pm EST - DJ for a Day


Merik takes requests for his shows from his current playlist. Which is really cool or you can email him with an Mp3: djmerik@gmail.com



The History of Merik as told by Darth Sarra (#381681)

Merik was the first musical Jew ever recorded in history. He began his life as a general in the Chinese army. He spent several hundred years in the Alps perfecting the mystical Tae-bo Jitsu. When he came to America in 1754, he struck it rich in Montana mining gold and spent the next 50 years drunk on a yacht in Denmark. Later, posing as a member of the Gestappo in World War II, Merik single-handedly freed 600,000 Jews from twenty-four concentration camps. He was inducted into the League of Justice as The Jewsician seventeen years ago.


Side Notes About Merik

Merik is Dragonnade's favorite DJ as he has respect for the female gender. Go Merik.

Merik, much like the clan (of sometime zmobies) that he leads, is full of awesome. Go Merik indeed.


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