Fw: For your consideration from a Gang member
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Sat Aug 2 13:51:21 EDT 2008
I'm usually pretty good about remembering to not excessively quote anyone or
anything. .but sometimes, in a rush, I forget.
Yes, WDIS 1170 is still on the air as far as I know. I know anyone can
create an AOL email address, but I know WDIS' owner has one which is what he
uses for his CDBS Applications with the FCC and I just have a feeling it's
WDIS for a few reasons.
Neither WMSX 1410 or WBSM 1420 sign off as far as I know. Isn't 1410
spanish? 1460 is the talk station in Brockton. Secondly, WBSM is owned by
Citadel and WXBR 1460 is owned by Business Talk Radio, I highly doubt a
corporation would post an ad like that.. it sounds really like it was
written by an independtly owned station.
And secondly, I am not intentionally advertising anything.
On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 1:36 PM, Garrett Wollman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> <<On Sat, 2 Aug 2008 05:18:38 -0400, "Paul B. Walker, Jr." <
> email@example.com> said:
> > Im betting this is WDIS-AM 1170 Norfolk, Massachusetts
> Is that thing even still on the air? I thought it was long dead.
> (Shows what I know, evidently... the Commission thinks it still has a
> license, at any rate.)
> >> UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY IN MASS.
> Two points:
> (1) Please trim your quotations. Many people read this mailing-list
> as a digest, and should not have to scroll through pages upon pages of
> irrelevant quoted material to reach the meaningful comment (or, even
> worse, just to reach the next message). Mailing-list posts are not
> like old-fashioned business memos, with every previous announcement
> stapled to the back of the current message. (This also falls under
> the "post in your own words" rubric -- the majority of the content of
> every message should be words you yourself have written.)
> (2) As I said to Don privately, this mailing-list does not permit
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