[Hpr] 2014 April Fools show

imahuph imahuph at imahuph.net
Wed May 8 11:47:16 PDT 2013

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sounds great how i can do some of skagit county what letter would you
like read?

On 05/08/2013 11:20 AM, cobra2 wrote:
> ROFL! I'm game for this. How long of a segment do you want? I've
> got a couple Atlanta and Calgary phone books. =p
> Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> "Various HPR Hosts Read the Phone Book"
>> On the monthly review show for April (in case you missed it),
>> someone said that they could listen to one of our hosts read the
>> phone book out loud. Ken (perhaps in jest) said that it would
>> make a good April Fools episode. Well, I'm in! I love the idea.
>> Unless anyone else wants the job, I volunteer to edit it
>> together.
>> Please send me a recording of yourself reading the phonebook.
>> It's for April fools, so feel free to make it funny, interesting
>> and creative if you like. If we only speak of it on the mailing
>> list, it should still be a good prank for a majority of the
>> listeners, and no one else will know how you do it until it airs
>> either. I'll probably cut everyone's reading up into individual
>> listings and then alphabetize them all, so leave me a second or 
>> two between listings, and include spellings for the tricky ones
>> in the recording or in the email.
>> I think a deadline of 2013-11-01 is fair. That's plenty of time
>> to get your submission in, and more importantly it leaves me
>> plenty of time to edit it, and it shouldn't interfere with the
>> New Year's Eve Show in any way.
>> If anyone has any additional suggestions for this, please let me
>> know.
>> -- Thank You, pokey
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