It was announced on the news tonight that today was the 65th
anniversary of FDR's death.
Did a flash back to that day and the day after.
It was a typical Northern Ohio Mid April weather, cold and overcast.
As I sat in my 2nd grade class looking out the window the next day,
saw the flag flying at half mast outside.
Raised my hand and asked the teacher, Miss Zeh, "Why was the flag
stuck half way up the pole."
She took the opportunity to give us a lesson in respect that day.
Funny the things you have stored in long term memory.
On Tue, 13 Apr 2010 17:57:34 -0700, the infamous "Lew Hodgett"
I had Deputy Dawg at that age. I watched it on my Philco with the
movable picture tube. http://fwd4.me/LUI
When I was in 4th grade, they came on the intercom and announced that
the President had been shot and had all the teachers turn on the class
TV sets. We watched the news from the grassy knoll in Dallas, TX until
our parents all came to pick us up and take us home for the day. There
were lots of tears by everyone as I recall. Sad day.
If you want to hear some of these shows again, visit:
alt.binaries.sound.radio.oldtime (for new encodes)
alt.binaries.sounds.radio.oldtime (for reposts of anything previously posted
anytime in the past)
the first group is the single 's' SOUND group.
the second group is the double 's' SOUNDS group.
Depending on your ISP's retention there are some high quality Shadow, Tales of
the Texas Rangers,
Superman, Six Shooter (starring Jimmy Stewart), I Love a Mystery, and
miscellaneous others. There
is a separate group for CBS Radio Mystery Theater, and several different BBC
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