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I'M GONNA BE ON THE RADIO THIS AM - SF Bay Area/Santa Cruz

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Jim March, Jul 17, 2004.

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  1. Jim March

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    There's a two-hour show on the Diebold mess coming up on AM 1080, broadcast out of Santa Cruz but they've got a potent transmitter and hit most of the Bay Area.

    10:00am Saturday (half hour from now) running until noon.

    :)
     
  2. Chipperman

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    How did it go?
     
  3. buy guns

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    got a transcript of the show for those who didnt/couldnt hear it?
     
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    Is there any way we could hear some sort of online archive of the show?

    ~Slam_Fire
     
  5. Jim March

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    Yes, it's here:

    http://newksco.got.net/MZ_SAT_SPECIALS/

    Look for the file at the bottom on "electronic voting", an 18.5meg MP3.

    OR:

    To stream-feed it, you MUST have the WinAmp application (free at http://www.winamp.com). Go to:

    http://www.ksco.com - in the left-hand column click on "Saturday Special".

    Any problems, KSCO has a tech page on this at:

    http://www.ksco.com/listentips.cfm

    ...or don't bother, just download the big file at the first link and play it with any PC or Mac or whatever MP3 application (it isn't WinAmp specific in that format).

    I don't actually start for about 20 minutes, but Bev Harris was on right away. Bev thinks we came across OK, I mostly agree (I'm my own worst critic on this stuff).
     
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    Listening to it right now, Jim.

    Edit, I just finished listening. Excellent program, well worth a listen for all you THR'rs. Very good (and scary) food for thought.

    Jim, is Clayton Cramer involved in your voting org? He's a techie isn't he?
     
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    It's kinda interesting...basically, we're more or less done with "SigInt" needs and now have to switch to "HumInt".

    That's the real purpose behind setting up the 501(c)(3): travel money for on-site investigators.

    And that's about all I can say about THAT :).

    For now.
     
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