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 Calling All Cars
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On the air in 1934, 81 years ago today:

Spinoza Case
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 Mr President
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On the air in 1948, 67 years ago today:

Washington
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 Honest Harold
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First Day Of School
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LISTENER'S COMMENTS
"I'm too young to remember most of these shows but when I was a little guy, 5 or 6, maybe, my grandparents always talked about their favorite radio shows and I was intrigued by all the tales and the jokes they used to tell.
Then, at age 13, I was involved in a serious accident which left me in a coma for many weeks. When I woke up, with paralysis, I was stuck in bed for months on-end. Well, to pass the time, my mom baught me an old radio-show tape, "Abbott and Costello's 'Who's On First,' " and an old episode of "The Shadow" on the flip-side. I must have listened to that thing a hundred times, that summer. My gramma bought me a few others after that and I fell in love with the medium! Here I was, the only person under the age of 50, who could recite, word-for-word, the whole "Who's On First" routine, making everyone in the hospital, patients and staff-alike, wet their pants, laughing!
That was my first experience with Stand-Up Comedy. And when I grew up, graduated from college, I went in to Stand-Up as a career.
I guess I ultimately owe my success to Abbott and Costello for teaching me about Timing and all the other important attributes of the great Comedians.
And for sure, the importance of Laughter, for without it and those wonderful tapes, I would have given in to the debilitating depression I'd gone through after my traumatic experience.
Now, though, I can listen to all those great shows on my computer. I can feel my blood pressure go down a few dozen points every time I pop a CD into my computer or CD player and just let my imagination fly away with the laughs or the stories being told. And anyone who listens to them, like me, I'm reasonably sure, will find their physical health improve, as well...
After all, Laughter IS the best medicine! ;-)"
 
Christofur Sinclair (Tampa, FL)
 
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