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Holidays special Jean Shepard broadcasts at Archive.org

K2ATJ is now anchoring for This Week In Amateur Radio  podcasts/ham radio bulletin service.   Catch us on participating repeaters or Podcast at:  This Week in Amateur Radio.

 
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NEW JEAN SHEPHARD link -- about his youthful HAM RADIO days -- listen here.
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I use inexpensive RG6 cable for HF and receiving (not for vhf or uhf) It's just fine. Read all about it here and start saving a lot of money on coax.  Here's a fast easy way to put a PL259 on LMR 400:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiwyYehyD4M&feature=youtu.be

 

Retired broadcast engineer (FCC 1stClass Radiotelephone, 1964) ; electronic journalist , documentary producer, professional iconoclast.  K2ATJ call originally my father's in l950. Carrying on the legacy. VFW, American Legion   Member Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club, l968-1970

Unadilla home of BS troop #1

                                             Original K2ATJ (Larry)     K2ATJ in l970 aboard USS AMERICA front row, 4th fm left

                                                                             

RIGHT: K2ATJ on set of "Her Alibi" 1989 Baltimore, MD.

 

BELOW: My father's listing of K2ATJ in the l950 Callbook. He got this call in l938.

Radio runs in the blood. My great uncle was Wilbur "Budd" Hulick, of the comedy radio team of Stoopnagel and Budd

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoopnagle_and_Budd

Credited with creating the Bob and Ray type of radio humor  they made 4 movies and were on the air for years with CBS and NBC top of the ratings during that era.

Archive of MP3 recordings of Stoopnagle and Budd

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One of Jerry Lewis' seminal influences was Wilbur "Budd" Hulick whom he pays homage to in "You're Never Too Young" movie where his screen name is Wilbur Hoolick.  RIP Jerry you made the world laugh.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You%27re_Never_Too_Young

DILBERT:  "Doctor? Can he lead a normal life?" Doctor:  "No. He'll be an engineer"

NVIS HF Multiband Ham antenna using poly horse fence for conductors.

The idea for this lightweight durable and inexpensive 80,m 40, 20  antenna came from various articles on the 'net but also from using the conductive rope for it's intended purpose: keeping animals contained here as an electric fence on the Rancho Lumbago Farm.

The polyrope uses 6 strands of stainless wire woven in a 3/8 inch UV resistant 1,000 pound breaking strength rope. Available low-cost clamping type connectors make it easy to connect both shield of coax and crimping on center conductor.

Although the conductivity of the stainless does not approach that of copper, the loss is negligible at 100 watt levels.  Stainless offers the added advantage of zero corrosion.

The antenna shown  here has been up now for 3 years continuously and has shown no signs of UV or weather degradation and has never fallen due to wind, ice or snow.

The antenna is loaded via a vintage Dentron Super Tuner and loads on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meters with a 1.1-1 vswr. When tuned to resonancy at middle band of 40 does not require re tuning for top or bottom of the band due to increased diameter of the six conductors.

Successful contacts have been made on 80 and 40 as far distant as Wisconsin and Texas from central New York, 20m to Europe when band conditions allow. During NY state QSO party 20 over 9 signal reports were common from receiving stations in PA, NH, ME and Ontario, New Brunswick Canada.

AS there are a few thousand feet of perfectly good RG6 75-ohm cable lying about the barn from years of creative scrounging a section is used to feed the antenna.

Start by cutting  2 lengths  of of poly rope each 63 feet long.  Measure back 25 feet from one end of each and install loosely one of the stainless splice blocks. Mark the point of attachment with a marker for reference.

Then add 7 feet of paracord to the longer end, and 20 feet to the shorter. The center of the metallic coax splices now can be connected to the top  of the 1-inch PVC mast with more paracord passed through drilled holes to suspend the dipoles. Use a double sheet bend to attach the thinner paracord to the larger diameter horse rope . See youtube below.

Cheap fiberglass electric fence posts (4) are used to anchor the paracord to form the V.

The 1 inch PVC mast is held in place by a collar of PVC placed over a heavy duty T-bar steel fence post driven into the ground 2 feet. It is easily lifted to remove for maintenance.

Below: Detail of stainless clamp arrangement Strip off outer covering of coax and 4 inches additional for  center conductor to feed other dipole at the 25 foot mark.Center conductor goes to eye ring and bolt of other rope dipole.  Two coats of white liquid rubber-in-a-spray-can weatherproofs connections.

 

 

WITI Mobile News Unit, l978 30 foot Wil-Burt mast, Microwave  Associates 4' disc-rod antenna array

 

Mobile unit and SkyCamera Six at Lambeau Field, Green Bay Wisconsin l978

WITI Tower, 1081 feet AGL. Built 1962 , at that time largest self supporter in USA There is an elevator to the top, runs on 12 vdc winch.

K2ATJ in l967

K2ATJ in l967 @Colllins audio board, WALL, WALL-FM

Have a good laugh with Steve Scott who grew up in a radio household playing with microphones and earphones and tape recorders  making wierd noises and voices into them. Sound familiar ?

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Editing Two Inch Videotape in the l960's was indeed a painstaking and almost insane task. There was NO electronic editing initially, the photo below is an RCA generation 1 TR1 vertical transport 4 head 2 inch machine using the old iron oxide tape.

To edit, one used a microscopic tool coupled to an aluminum edit block, which used micrometer click wheels to move the tape pieces back and forth until you visibly observed an edit pulse on the edit synch track (frame pulse) and that pulse had to match the frame of the source tape you were cutting in.  To see the electromagnetic pulse, you applied a solution of Edi-Vue to the tape which had fine magnetic particles in it. They lined up with the pulse and you saw it thru the microscope. Then you applied splicing tape, burnishe it, and hoped for the best.  Note the rudimentary cart, crummy working environment. The TR1 , being all tubes, threw off an enormous amount of heat, required hours of maintenance and minute adjustments continously, and had a total of 10 racks of electronics. Fortunately other models came along, and Ampex eventually cornered the market from RCA with better machines, namely the 1200 color series with electronic insert editing.

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I want one of these -- in a 1 KW configuration... https://hackaday.com/2017/04/05/retrotechtacular-a-walk-in-broadcast-transmitter/

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In the early 60's as a teenager and holder of an FCC First Class Radiotelephone license I held a part time engineering job at the local 1KW AM station in my home town in the Hudson River Valley.

As was the case in Top 40 hits/personality oriented rockers of that era, on-air craziness and hijinks often ruled the day, and the Engineering Department was not immune to participating in such stunts.

The Program Director, lately arrived from New York, and a severe go-getter (right down to his polyester double-knit burgundy pants, white belt and shoes) was a stickler for adhering to the playlist, getting the station's call letters on after every record, and maintaining what he called "the BRIGHTer sound" of WALL radio, as compared to the DULL sound of competition WGNY.

Bright was the keyword of the day. You had to be BRIGHT. Larry in his search to make the station MORE BRIGHT and more up-tempo, had read somewhere that if you wrapped the turntable capstans with a layer of aluminum splicing tape, the 45's would spin at 46 or 47 RPM and thus sound BRIGHTER over the air. And so he did, and so did the records until the layer of tape wore off after 5 plays, and gunked up the capstans with adhesive. Then they sounded wow-ee and fluttery, distinctly NOT BRIGHT.

Larry was constantly tweaking the Volumax and Audimax (to the consternation of the CE) looking for that combination of BRIGHTNESS that would shatter the ratings, increase his prestige and salary.

And so he was weekly inquiring of the engineering deparment as to new and brighter ways to improve the AM sound.

We had something right up his vinyl alley.

Enter: The Pseudo-Acoustic Brightness Controller.

Conjured up from a rack panel, 2 Daven audio attenuators, and knobs this device was installed late at night in the bottom of the transmitter remote control rack. Although no wires were connected to the attenuators, this was not evident unless you looked at the back of the rack, which, of course, no one did.

Totally useless piece of equipment, but in the world of Psycho-Acoustics, perception IS reality.

Accompanying the installation was a card listing the settings of the PABC, not to exceed 20 during the day and 25 at night, not to be adjusted by anyone other than a FCC 1st Class Engineer.

The first week the unit was in 'operation' we had questions: Why do we run it at 20 and 25? A: That's where WGNY sets their PABC. Q: What happens if you set it higher? A: The station sounds brighter.

And now the fun part:

The PD also had an air shifter during afternoon drive-time and observed by the CE and myself from an adjacent announce booth, caught furtively cranking the controls on the PABC up to maximum.

Exiting to the control room we confronted the culprit.. why are you cranking it up when expressly forbidden by memo and directive:

With a straight face and the conviction of a used-car salesman, we were told that he'd personally received many phone calls from listeners complimenting him on the new, brighter sound, of his show.

Trying to contain belly busting gales of mirth, we directed his attention to the rear of the rack, and the non existent connections to the Davens.

Redfaced the PD cued up the next 45 and continued with the BRIGHT sounds of the Larry Michaels Show. After all when you believe your own BS you're very convincing.

 



What do you hams talk about??

W04K: "One of my favorite book passages on this topic is by the prolific Hollywood screenwriter Ernest Lehman (silent key K6DXK). He wrote the screen plays for many of the classics of the 1950's and 60's. Among them: "North by Northwest", "West Side Story", "Sabrina" and "The Sound of Music".

In his 1977 book "The French Atlantic Affair" (in which ham radio was a central part of the plot)he wrote: "

"Yes, Dr. Berlin, but what do you hams talk about? Is what they usually said to him, and he'd realize then that they'd never understand, and he'd change the subject. But sometimes, though rarely, he'd come across someone who really dug his hobby, and then you couldn't get him off. He'd go on and on about the feeling it gave him of being able to move himself through time and space, annihilating time and distance, his mind, his body, his consciousness out there roaming the planet like some cosmic spirit, and the sense of power, benign power, not the evil kind, knowing that his voice was rattling a loudspeaker in a far-off room in Bombay, or going out through an open window in Johannesburg to someone walking by on the street outside, or filling a room carved out of ice below the frozen wastes at the South Pole.

The here and now, the physical and geographical limitations that all beings are stuck with, would fall away from him as he immersed himself in the action on twenty meters on a good night in spring when the sunspots were dancing and the ionosphere was in a reflective mood and the short path was open to Europe and the Middle East and the Antarctic and Australia, and maybe Africa would come sneaking in the other way around, and later the Far East and Indonesia, you never knew what. He'd close his eyes, or gaze hypnotized at the speaker, and he'd listen to them and talk to them, voices in the night, his night, that is, with the moon shining into the den through the great beam antenna that rose from the lawn outside...

...And while it was his night in California, it was tomorrow morning in Oslo and Hil was getting ready to shovel the snow from in front of the garage so he could go to work, and in Brisbane it was late tomorrow afternoon and Tommy had just gotten home from a rainy day at the lab, and Toshi in Kyoto had just finished tomorrow's dinner, and then later, Phil was talking to him from his car speeding through the Malaysian jungles to pick up Margaret at her French lesson in Penang, and Phil would lower the car window and let him hear the street noises of Penang even as he sat in his den in the house in Bel Air while the guy right next door was listening to the eleven o'clock news on Channel 2, for God's sake, and you ask me what do we talk about? We don?t talk about a damned thing and it's terrific."

Ham Dismayed Rig Hasn’t Needed Repairs  From the Funny Hams at: http://hamhijinks.com/ham

by K5KAC, on the scene

LONG PINE, NEBRASKA – “I guess I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into,” said Trey Arend, blankly staring at his Hallicrafters SR-150 as it perfectly received an 80m roundtable.

3941744369_f40b9a666e_bArend bought his first Boat Anchor five years ago imagining long evenings aligning oscillators and testing tubes. “It was going to be a labor of love,” he said, spinning the precision-calibrated VFO. He leans down and checks into the net, asking for a signal report. He is met with “59s” and “20 overs.” He regularly hears “great audio, old man” blasting from the speaker. “Armchair copy!”

”I don’t know what I am doing wrong,” Arend says as he flicks off the well-grounded and regulated power supply. “I have tried everything. Bumping the desk hard enough to knock it out of alignment; occasional coffee spills. I am at a loss.”

“I bought this oscilloscope, tube tester, and digital multimeter expecting to use it,” he says. Arend wipes a layer of dust from the pristine boxes. “I guess I’ll mark them up a bit and try to offload them at the next hamfest.”

As of press time Arend was searching classifieds for a “worked-the-last-time-I-turned-it-on” Swan 350A.

 

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Jean Shepherd Archive --click to listen


WOR - 1953 01 23 Radio
WOR - 1957 06 16
WOR - 1958 Man Without an Outlook
WOR - 1958 Peopletropic fragment
WOR - 1958 Technicolor fragment
WOR - 1959 05 02
WOR - 1959 05 XX A
WOR - 1959 05 XX B
WOR - 1959 08 XX Thoughts
WOR - 1957_Hurling_Invective_excerpt
WOR - 1960_03_26_1st_Sat_Show_Last_65_min
WOR - 1960_04_09_Coney_Island
WOR - 1960_04_16_1_Locked_Out
WOR - 1960_04_16_2_Molded_Food
WOR - 1960_04_16_Locked_Out
WOR - 1960_06_04_Night_People
WOR - 1960_06_11_1
WOR - 1960_06_11_2
WOR - 1960_06_11_2
WOR - 1960_06_18
WOR - 1960_06_25_Racing
WOR - 1960_07_02_Living_In_The_Future
WOR - 1960_07_04
WOR - 1960_07_09
WOR - 1960_07_10
WOR - 1960_07_23
WOR - 1960_07_30
WOR - 1960_07_31_1
WOR - 1960_07_31_2_Fear_of_the_Inexplicable
WOR - 1960_08_07
WOR - 1960_08_14_1
WOR - 1960_08_14_2
WOR - 1960_09_03
WOR - 1960_09_04_A
WOR - 1960_09_04_B
WOR - 1960_09_10
WOR - 1960_09_11
WOR - 1960_09_18
WOR - 1960_11_xx_Election
WOR - 1960_Chewing_Tobacco
WOR - 1960_JG_the_Ape
WOR - 1961_02_22_Telling_the_Truth
WOR - 1961_02_27
WOR - 1961_03_01
WOR - 1961_03_02
WOR - 1961_03_04
WOR - 1961_06_03_George_KaufmanLimeLightShow
WOR - 1961_09_04
WOR - 1961_09_05
WOR - 1961_Car_crash_excerpt
WOR - 1961_Early_Spring
WOR - 1961_Fragments
WOR - 1961_Pirate_Radio
WOR - 1962_02_15_Myths_and_the_First_Day_at_the_Mill
WOR - 1962_02_21_The_Mole_People
WOR - 1962_02_22_Kate_and_George
WOR - 1962_04_23_Piano_Factory
WOR - 1962_04_24
WOR - 1962_09_19_Elephant_Foot_and_t
WOR - 1963_03_05
WOR - 1963_04_23
WOR - 1963_04_25_excerpt
WOR - 1963_04_26_Popping_Corks
WOR - 1963_04_xx_Army_Room_mate
WOR - 1963_04_xx_Baseball_Fans
WOR - 1963_04_xx_Cause__Effect
WOR - 1963_04_xx_Compassion__Cantalopes
WOR - 1963_04_xx_excerpt_1_bad_hum
WOR - 1963_04_xx_Stag_Films_Pool
WOR - 1963_05_02_Bunny_Or_Rabbit
WOR - 1963_05_31_Compost_Heap
WOR - 1963_07_01_Moving_Music
WOR - 1963_07_02_Night_Games
WOR - 1963_07_05_Ice_Cream_War
WOR - 1963_08_05_Life_As_Production
WOR - 1963_10_23_excerpt_1
WOR - 1963_10_23_excerpt_2
WOR - 1963_11_15
WOR - 1963_11_18
WOR - 1963_11_25
WOR - 1963_12_19_A_Sportsman
WOR - 1963_12_30
WOR - 1963_12_xx_Human_Evolution
WOR - 1963_Army_Stories
WOR - 1963_Life_Is_Showbiz
WOR - 1963_Mice
WOR - 1963_Mill_Car_Ernie
WOR - 1963_Ping_Pong
WOR - 1963_Shep_Sings
WOR - 1963_The_Negev
WOR - 1963_The_Snooper
WOR - 1963_Truth
WOR - 1963_Valve_Job
WOR - 1964_01_14_Two_Halves_Of_Man
WOR -1964_01_16_Great_Indiana_Blizzard
WOR -1964_01_xx_Mistaken_Identity
WOR -1964_01_XX_Sheps_Name
WOR -1964_02_05_Shooting_Planes_excerpt
WOR -1964_02_xx_Role_Reversal
LimeLightShow -1964_05_23_1_Movie_Dish_Night
LimeLightShow -1964_05_23_2_Army_Exam
WOR -1964_06_02_Rand_Rebuttal_Army_Dice
WOR -1964_06_17_Maine
LimeLightShow -1964_06_13_1_Band_Formation
LimeLightShow -1964_06_13_2_Scout_Stories
WOR -1964_06_18_Scout_Camp
LimeLightShow -1964_06_20_1
LimeLightShow -1964_06_20_2 Swamp_Mudhen.
WOR -1964_06_22_Remote_Broadcasts
WOR -1964_06_23_Worlds_Fair_Madness
LimeLightShow - 1964_06_27_1_Laying_Wire
LimeLightShow -1964_06_27_2_Radio_Hell
WOR -1964_06_xx_Agressive_Nature
WOR -1964_06_xx_First_Martini
WOR -1964_06_xx_Myths_clipped
WOR -1964_06_xx_Truck_Spills
WOR -1964_06_xx_Worms_clipped
WOR -1964_07_10_Hibernation
LimeLightShow -1964_07_11_1
LimeLightShow -1964_07_11_2
LimeLightShow -1964_07_18_Paycheck_Mistake
LimeLightShow -1964_07_25_1
LimeLightShow -1964_07_25_2_Poles_Pylons
WOR -1964_08_13_Filling_In_On_Morning_Show.
WOR -1964_08_13_PM_Business_Lunch
WOR -1964_08_14_AM_Baseball_Radio_Trivia.
WOR -1964_08_14_Folk_Talent
LimeLightShow - 1964_08_15_1
LimeLightShow - 1964_08_15_2.
WOR -1964_08_17_Realism.
WOR -1964_08_18_Monster_Mothers
WOR -1964_08_20_Theatrical_Agents
WOR -1964_08_21_Hate_Groups_Hate_Mail
WOR -1964_08_22_Roy_Acuff_Jukebox_Bank
WOR -1964_08_31_Do_Worms_Talk
WOR -1964_09_15_Worlds_Fair_excerpt
WOR - 1965_01_15_R_Service
WOR - 1965_01_16
WOR - 1965_01_28_Army_Pass
WOR - 1965_01_29_Ham_Radio
WOR - 1965_02_04_Pigeon_Company_-_Old_WWII_Cruiser
WOR - 1965_02_08_Protective_Coloration
WOR - 1965_02_12_Kris_Metropolis
WOR - 1965_02_18_Drive_In
WOR - 1965_02_26_Roscoe_and_the_Diner
WOR - 1965_03_24_Generator_Hunt
WOR - 1965_03_24_Pop_Art_Worlds_Fair
WOR - 1965_03_26_Bunny_Slippers
WOR - 1965_03_30_Simpleism
WOR - 1965_03_31_NY_Is_Dead
WOR - 1965_04_01_Great_Hamburger_Blowout
WOR - 1965_04_02_Camp_and_Pop_Art
WOR - 1965_04_03_Generator_Hunt
WOR - 1965_04_05_Back_To_Witchcraft
WOR - 1965_04_06_Tourists
WOR - 1965_04_07_Jews_Harp_and_Nose_Flute
WOR - 1965_04_12_Tornado_Hits_The_Mill
WOR - 1965_04_13_Code_School
WOR - 1965_04_13_Fred_Allen
WOR - 1965_04_14_Army_Edwards
WOR - 1965_04_15_Radio_Signals
WOR - 1965_04_16_British_Empire
WOR - 1965_04_19_Rise_of_the_Neanderthal
WOR - 1965_04_21_Practical_Jokes
WOR - 1965_04_22_Mannequins
WOR - 1965_04_24_Caves_Date_Co_K_Eggs
WOR - 1965_04_24_Pursuit_of_Sin
WOR - 1965_05_08_Australia_2nd_Hr
WOR - 1965_05_08_Phonebooth_Marie_1st_Hr
WOR - 1965_05_11_Thailand
WOR - 1965_05_12_Manly_Australia
WOR - 1965_05_13_Sydney
WOR - 1965_05_14_More_Australia
WOR - 1965_05_17_ANZAC_Day
WOR - 1965_05_18
WOR - 1965_06_05_Jeanette_Dombrowski_2nd_Hr
WOR - 1965_06_09
WOR - 1965_06_10_Mins_Surprise
WOR - 1965_06_11
WOR - 1965_06_16_Radio_Excelsior
WOR - 1965_06_17_Flying_Machines
WOR - 1965_06_18__Early_US_History
WOR - 1965_06_21__Uncle_Carl
WOR - 1965_06_26_1_Tobacco
WOR - 1965_06_26_2
WOR - 1965_07_02_Work_For_Fun
WOR - 1965_07_05
WOR - 1965_07_08__Unionism
WOR - 1965_07_09
WOR - 1965_07_10_Ernie_limelight_2
WOR - 1965_07_10_Live_Wires_limelight_1
WOR - 1965_07_12
WOR - 1965_07_13
WOR - 1965_07_19__Creativity
WOR - 1965_07_21__Sewer_Music
WOR - 1965_07_27__Radio_Hell
WOR - 1965_07_28_Festivals
WOR - 1965_07_29__Animal_Kooks
WOR - 1965_07_31_2_Horseshoe_Ring
WOR - 1965_07_31_LL_Hr1_-_Trivia_Fleishmans_Yeast
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WOR - 1965_08_02__Lions_Den
WOR - 1965_08_03__Bavaria
WOR - 1965_08_07_2_Army_Casual
WOR - 1965_08_07_Scragging_Myths_1st_Hr
WOR - 1965_08_09_Show_Business_In_The_Civil_Rights_Movement
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WOR - 1965_08_17
WOR - 1965_08_19_Flagship
WOR - 1965_08_25
WOR - 1965_08_28_First_Radio_1st_Hr
WOR - 1965_08_28_How_Shep_Enlisted_2nd_Hr
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WOR - 1965_09_02__Go_Or_Not_Go
WOR - 1965_09_03__Sheik_of_Jr_High
WOR - 1965_09_04_1_High_School
WOR - 1965_09_04_2_Tips_and_Tolls
WOR - 1965_09_06_Uncle_Carl
WOR - 1965_09_07__Leaving_For_Peru
WOR - 1965_09_10__Bit_Players
WOR - 1965_09_16_Amazon
WOR - 1965_09_17_Amazon
WOR - 1965_09_18_1_Headhunters
WOR - 1965_09_18_2_Headhunters
WOR - 1965_09_21_Trend_Of_Disbelief
LimeLightShow - 1965_09_25_Ted_Malley_Snakes_Og_and_Charlie_Grease_Trap
WOR - 1965_09_25_Sheps_New_Car
WOR - 1965_09_30
WOR - 1965_10_01_Cars_Sex_Football
WOR - 1965_10_04_Pope_In_NYC
WOR - 1965_10_05_Electronic_Music
WOR - 1965_10_08_Sex
WOR - 1965_10_11_Death
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WOR - 1965_10_23_2_Real_Army
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WOR - 1965_11_08_Hellbound_Train
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WOR - 1965_11_15_Early_Radio_Job
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WOR - 1965_12_01_Generations_clipped
WOR - 1965_12_04
WOR - 1965_12_07__Boredom
WOR - 1965_12_08_Myths
WOR - 1965_12_09_The_Lafayette
WOR - 1965_12_13_Games
WOR - 1965_12_14_Coke_Machine
WOR - 1965_12_15_Slapstick
WOR - 1965_12_16
WOR - 1965_12_17_Robert_Service
WOR - 1965_12_20_Image_Projection
WOR - 1965_12_21_Magic_Lamp
WOR - 1965_12_22_Carls_Gift
WOR - 1965_12_29_Cockroaches
WOR - 1965_12_30_Bushel_of_Apples
WOR - 1965_Bath_Mat
WOR - 1965_Magic_of_Radio
WOR - 1965_Man_As_Machine
WOR - 1965_New_House_Medicine_Cabinet
WOR - 1965_syndicated_show_No_3
WOR - 1966_01_13_Fishing_For_Catfish
WOR - 1966_01_14_World_Records_Obscene_Bathmat
WOR - 1966_01_15_1_Perfect_Crime
WOR - 1966_01_15_2_Borrowed_Raincoat
WOR - 1966_01_18_Swamp_Ice
WOR - 1966_01_22_Studs_Turkels_Wax_Museum
WOR - 1966_01_24_Beadle_Fund
WOR - 1966_02_11
WOR - 1966_02_12_Part_1
WOR - 1966_02_12_Part_2
WOR - 1966_02_21
WOR - 1966_03_04_Class_Ring
WOR - 1966_03_07_Classic_Entertainment
WOR - 1966_03_08
WOR - 1966_03_10_Modern_Dirt
WOR - 1966_03_15_Party_For_Elizabeth
WOR - 1966_03_25
WOR - 1966_03_28
WOR - 1966_03_31_Hamster_Rocket
WOR - 1966_04_04
WOR - 1966_04_06_Human_Comedy
WOR - 1966_04_23_1_Broken_Window
WOR - 1966_04_23_2_Army_Stories
WOR - 1966_04_28_Garbage_Dump
WOR - 1966_05_05_Chaplain_Folly
WOR - 1966_05_09
WOR - 1966_05_13_Myths
WOR - 1966_05_14_1_Zipper
WOR - 1966_05_21
WOR - 1966_05_31
WOR - 1966_06_09_Tel_Aviv
WOR - 1966_06_11__Camel_and_the_Coat
WOR - 1966_06_17
WOR - 1966_06_23
WOR - 1966_06_25_1_Custer
WOR - 1966_06_28_Bimbos
WOR - 1966_07_05_The_Origins_of_Electricity
WOR - 1966_07_15_Amusement_Park
WOR - 1966_07_16_Haircut_Flies_Dogfish
WOR - 1966_07_20_Calendar_Art_1
WOR - 1966_07_22_Big_Brother
WOR - 1966_07_28_Style
WOR - 1966_08_06_1_Bolis_Wedding
WOR - 1966_08_06_2_VD_Film
WOR - 1966_08_26_Dogs
WOR - 1966_09_08_Separation_Center
WOR - 1966_09_17_Collecting_Teeth
WOR - 1966_09_29_American_Aristocracy
WOR - 1966_10_19_Firefighter_Salute
WOR - 1966_10_xx_Flying_Saucers
WOR - 1966_11_10_Second_Banana
WOR - 1966_11_28_George_Ade_Stories
WOR - 1966_12_24_Long_John_Nebel_edit
WOR - 1966_12_27_Whoopie_Parties
WOR - 1966_12_30_Haiku
WOR - 1966_12_xx_Flying_Dutchman_clipped
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WOR - 1974 01 07 DownUnder
WOR - 1975 01 03 TheDelta Queen edit
WOR - 1976 01 02 edit PerfectingMan
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