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    I know. This will only show that radio doesn’t care about the music I want. But someone just told me how to link to individual posts on another site I go to. I probably did this here but I can’t find it now.

    http://displacedcwloungefan.proboards.com/post/3393 (not AC by any stretch of the imagination, but oh, well)
    http://displacedcwloungefan.proboards.com/post/3397 and http://displacedcwloungefan.proboards.com/post/8378 (some of these country songs are crossover hits and those are the ones I’m referring to)
    http://displacedcwloungefan.proboards.com/post/9173 and http://displacedcwloungefan.proboards.com/post/11110 (now this is what soft AC and oldies used to be)

    On another site I used to go the length of posts was limited so I used several different names. I wanted to look more conservative than I was, and then these other two guys actually liked AC and oldies. “We” used to insult each other. And a third guy liked country that wasn’t as country as what I liked.



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