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Brad
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PostPosted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:51 am    Post subject: Lots of new shows donated Reply with quote

Wow. Lot's of new shows have been donated for our club recently.

Allen has provided Adventures of Marco Polo, Horation Hornblower, Magic Island and a better set of Frankenstein to replace the old set we had in the Monsters 2 folder. Thanks Allen! Very Happy

Anita has uploaded these fine shows to our club: (some have been put in the Rare Shows Folder and the others in the main directory) Adventures of Christopher London, Creeps by Night, Crime Club, Danger With Grainger, Diary of Fate, I Deal In Crime, Murder by Experts, Mystery House, Mystery Playhouse and Peril. Thanks Anita! Very Happy

Thanks for all you help to make this old time radio club the best it can be!


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Steve



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Location: coast of Maine

PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 5:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd like to thank all of you who donate/upload shows to the club. You've given me a lot of listening and I never tire of OTR. Thank you!

See you around the clubhouse.

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crich70



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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree Steve, there is always something more to listen to. Hard to get bored with a hobby like OTR. All you need (minimum) is some Mp3 files and something (a computer, an Ipod, an Mp3 player, etc) to play them on. Of course you can go on to making your own logs of the shows or (if you get lucky) find a copy of Mr. Dunning's book and do even more with OTR. I wonder how long it would take a person to listen to all the shows currently on the MysteryShows.com site. Probably more than a few yrs at least I'm sure.
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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 6:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

crich70 wrote:
I agree Steve, there is always something more to listen to. Hard to get bored with a hobby like OTR. All you need (minimum) is some Mp3 files and something (a computer, an Ipod, an Mp3 player, etc) to play them on. Of course you can go on to making your own logs of the shows or (if you get lucky) find a copy of Mr. Dunning's book and do even more with OTR. I wonder how long it would take a person to listen to all the shows currently on the MysteryShows.com site. Probably more than a few yrs at least I'm sure.


Doing some quick and sloppy math, my guess is around 2 years of 24 hour per day listening. Shocked



That's a lot of listening. Wink

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