Thursday, December 08, 2005

You want me to keep going like this?

I mean I can...

I know there are people looking at this... (unlike being on the air late at night, I see the counter rising).

Despite the mound of posts from and about yours truly, I'd actually prefer to pass on messages and audio content from other WXCI alumni and listeners...

I would, but when I sit back and try to let that happen, people say: "Hey, there's nothing new to read".

OK... no problem. As alluded to in a previous post - Shutting up is hard for me...

Catch you on the flip -



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Classes ended yesterday, and we had a snow day today (7"+ in the Danbury area), but I should have a little time next week, so I'll take a look at the files again and see what I can find.

I can always go through the grade books and put up lists of people who were in Radio Workshop.

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That way, if they ever did a search for their name on Google... it would come up on a website not connected with anything they would be ashamed of... not much anyway.

9:18 PM  
Blogger Rabbett said...

Ah Rich, you're just discovering the pain and agony of running a website.

Folks come and go but you are NOW emotionally tied to this thing.

Congratulations! You have an early case of blogitis, formerly known as webitis. I'm a long term sufferer having had webservers humming out of the house now since Jan 6th, 1995.

It got worse when I began broadcasting because unlike FM or AM live radio there can be days when no one writes. Some one always called on live radio....and if they didn't you could provoke them into it by giving away a napkin or a scratchy old record or a free cup of coffee.

Keep in mind your audience (particpant pool) is very small and try not to take it personally although you will.

We love you for doing this, we just don't always have something to say every day.

And you're doing a swell job!

I heard a great one the other day when Sean Hannity asked a blind called if he ever got angry about not having sight. He told Sean - "Never be bitter, just be better!"

I thought that was one of those "duh" things we should all add to our personal files.

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Better, not Bitter? Wasn't that a Rhinegold or Balentine slogun?

2:27 PM  
Blogger Rabbett said...

I dunno but now I remember the Schaefer jingle.

Schaefer, Schaefer, for when you're having more than one.....

First beer I ever drank....probably cause my dad used to drink it.

4:23 PM  

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