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Old October 17th 05, 01:13 PM
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Old Russian Radio site:

http://oldradio.onego.ru/index.html

Thanks to ARRL article:

http://www.arrl.org/news/features/2005/10/14/1/?nc=1

dxAce
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I've seen it before. They got some cool stuff. I found it whene I was trying
to get my hands on one of those Zvezda- 54s.


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Brian Hill wrote:

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Old Russian Radio site:

http://oldradio.onego.ru/index.html

Thanks to ARRL article:

http://www.arrl.org/news/features/2005/10/14/1/?nc=1

dxAce
Michigan
USA


I've seen it before. They got some cool stuff. I found it whene I was trying
to get my hands on one of those Zvezda- 54s.


That one reminds me of those on the table juke box selectors that used to be in
restaurants years ago.

dxAce
Michigan
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Table juke box selectors,,,, How well do I remember them! I have spent
many a dollar before putting pocket change in those things.In 1965,I was
sitting at the counter in a cafe in beautifull down town Killeen,Texas
(Fort Hood) and I plopped a dime in one of them juke box selectors.I had
a long hair song playing on there.The waitress girl behind the counter
said,Who picked that song to play? I just sat there eating my hamburger
and I didn't say a word.
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I otta start writin' novels, "me thinks".
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Table juke box selectors,,,, How well do I remember them! I have spent
many a dollar before putting pocket change in those things.In 1965,I was
sitting at the counter in a cafe in beautifull down town Killeen,Texas
(Fort Hood) and I plopped a dime in one of them juke box selectors.I had
a long hair song playing on there.The waitress girl behind the counter
said,Who picked that song to play? I just sat there eating my hamburger
and I didn't say a word.
cuhulin



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Old October 17th 05, 05:16 PM
 
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And most people in this news group know you are NOT this cuhulin.You are
not fooling anybody but yourself.
cuhulin



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Old October 17th 05, 05:18 PM
 
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A pop up sign thingy said you do not exist.I am not joking.
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Old October 17th 05, 06:08 PM
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www.devilfinder.com Sargent Rink Scott Air Force Base Illinois 1963

I just now remembered the last name of that sawed off wrinkled face
U.S.Army Sargent whom was at Scott Air Force Base,Illinois when I was
there in 1963 from January through October 1963.(ARADCOM) He always
liked to snag somebody for whatever s... details he had in mind,even
when we were suppose to be off duty after 5:00 PM and on weekends
too.(you just had to like that old buzzard!,I usually tried to steer
clear of him,but really,he was an A OK guy) One time,he snagged four of
us to move a small wooden storage shed (it was still full of tools too)
from where it was sitting to another spot about fifty feet away.Sargent
Rink,I am pretty sure there must be a least a few dozen Forklifts on
this here Air Force Base,I said to Sargent Rink.Somebody went and found
a Forklift.
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Old October 17th 05, 06:20 PM
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It was the theme music from The Thin Man movie I had playing on that
juke box in that cafe.
cuhulin

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Old October 17th 05, 06:30 PM
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"dxAce" wrote in message

That one reminds me of those on the table juke box selectors that used to
be in
restaurants years ago.

dxAce
Michigan
USA



Yea it kinda does.

B.H.




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