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michael
Valis,

I'd say no as it sounds like a ton of work. If people are really interested in the old lists they can always email you about it.

But that's just my humble two cents:)
1969 days ago
 
valis Hertel
Thanks for the response Roy!

(Just seems sad, to me, that they'll all be disappearing; I have all of them in a notebook I keep/produce for each and every show but no one else has access to it.)

I'm reticent to put the lists on my blog as I've tried to maintain a bit of separation between the two. They're not mutually exclusive, mind you, but I'd like to think the station's website is and should be the repository.

Also, I'd guess the postings would have to be in the Discussion section of the show's page. Really no other place to put them...(they don't qualify as Announcements, nor Wall posts.)
1970 days ago
 
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