[ROVERNET - UK] Re: Nostalgia
rovercar at comcast.net
Thu Mar 6 17:59:31 GMT 2008
> "Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco"
> Showing my age, I guess......
> But what would you walk a mile for?
> -- BD
I know about the camel. I listen to Old Time Radio stations that stream
on the net. Some of the commercials from the 40's and 50's are just
amazing. Shoutcast has many such channels as well as an all-Goon Show
all the time station. There are many ways to listen to Shoutcast
stations, including directly from the Shoutcast website. Linux has a
very simple program called Streamtuner that browses a number of services
similar to Shoutcast and lets you find stations that are all folk, all
Hawaiian, all Led Zeppelin, all Pink Floyd or all cowboy music. Lots of fun.
> Glen Wilson wrote:
>> Eric Russell wrote:
>>> Gee,...... that sounds like a deal.
>>> However, that is $145.00 within the U.S.A.
>>> Still,....... you might bring it to me as checked
>>> baggage when you visit your inlaws? ROFLMHO
>> May be another 18 months before I have in-laws in Vancouver.
>> I would think bringing a P6 windshield to Vancouver would be like
>> bringing coal to Newcastle.
>> ROFLMHO? Oh, you kids! Whatever happened to the King's English?
>> PS Anyone remember LSMFT? I want the original meaning, not the rude
>> ones we thought up as kids.
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