KWE-brand transistor radio
This is a small, cheap transistor radio with the letters KWE etched on its bright chrome surface. Since it doesn't have a frequency dial (not having been made by anyone named Kenneth), it's only good for tuning in the weekly Kingdom Wrestling Federation matches. We recommend going down to the old mine with it for best reception.
(In-game plural: KWE-brand transistor radio)
- John Wilke's Booth (200 Meat)
- The bit about frequency and Kenneth is a reference to the R.E.M. song What's the Frequency, Kenneth?, itself a reference to an event in 1986 in which CBS News anchor Dan Rather was attacked by a schizophrenic who kept repeating the phrase "Kenneth, what is the frequency?"
- The suggestion of taking the radio to the "old mine" references the lyrics of Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison.