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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Hi, I’ve been an avid user of the “Old Time Radio” channel. My link no longer works for me (404 Not Found, but a retrovision site). Also I can’t find a link to it anywhere on your site – at least that I can find. I’ve also gone through the posts you regularly send (to my other email) and could not find any mention of it being dropped, relocated, or you’re working on it. Please let me know what is going on as I REALLY liked that channel… I learned of programs I’ve never heard of before. I even recognized the voice of “Frank Cannon” playiny a lot of parts… (his real name escapes me at the moment… Robert Conrad?) Keep up the great work, and I hope the Radio show comes back soon.
    PS: Even re-runs are good.

    Brian Mooney

  2. I am a computer tech, I repair computers and build computers for people
    and one of the things I do is bookmark your site along with other similar sites for people

    you have been missing the URL icon for several years now and it leaves a blank spot on the bookmarks bar is there any way you can revise this?

    also you change the format of this page way too much several years ago it was amazing and worked well … every time I go to show people your site and how to navigate it the page has changed almost every few weeks so I end up having to figure out what you have changed every single time I show it off

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