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  •  One of the times my 1st husb and I drove ~6500 mi (9+ / 0-)

    out to the Canadian Rockies and back, we discovered we'd made essentially the entire westward leg with the radio off. We looked and talked and napped and that was just fine, all of that America going by...

    YES WE DID -- AGAIN. FOUR MORE YEARS.

    by raincrow on Wed Dec 05, 2012 at 06:18:22 PM PST

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    •  Young folks I know never listen to the radio. (2+ / 0-)
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      They've got their iPods and such. And at home, the kids I know just stream music and programs through their ever-present electronic devices. They can stream the good shows and podcasts and such at will.

      Radio to them  is rather like newspapers and traditional media are for us: an older model that is morphing and withering away, and usually rather irrelevant to us.  

      Personally, I don't read a newspaper anymore. Radio is sort of like the newspaper of the airwaves. MHO.

      Life is a school, love is the lesson.

      by means are the ends on Thu Dec 06, 2012 at 08:46:27 AM PST

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