December 30 2008 at 09:53:29 Name: Randy Prahl Topic: Mazeppa
Comments: I want to thank you for posting my YouTube song "Mazeppa"
on the site. I got a personal message on my YouTube Channel from Gailard
himself. He ran across it from this site. It was very cool to have contact
from him. I am a big Mazeppa fan like many of you. Thanks again.
Randy, thank YOU. You are a very talented fellow. Your song is now part
of the Mazeppa music page.
December 30 2008 at 03:53:28 Name: JW Comments: Thanks for providing one of the best sites on the net.
I'm sure you know from the traffic figures, but there are tons of people
who visit this site on a daily basis who rarely post, like myself. I've been
reading this site since 1999.
Keep up the great work!
JW and Kenneth, you are welcome.
December 29 2008 at 23:56:09 Name: Kenneth Topic: Congrats! Comments: Hardcore fan here.
Thank you Mike for providing this wonderfully informative and nostalgic site
for all us junkies.
December 29 2008 at 18:42:24 Name: Scott Linder Topic: Happy Holidays, etc. Comments: Happy Holidays to all those who contribute,
view and support this unique website.
My grandson, Chandler Brown was born at 5:08pm on Christmas Day. I'm sure
it will be nice to take him to all the fun places here in SoCal, but I can't
wait to take him back to Tulsa to have his first Coney
Islander and see where grandpa grew up and worked...
Thanks and congratulations, Scott.
December 29 2008 at 16:33:35 Name: Mitch Gray Topic: Tin Years? Email: North Of You Comments: I think you get Aluminum or Tin on your 10th
anniversary. So how about a can of solder?
Congrats Mike on your tenacity in keeping this Gob-O-Info site humming for
I know I don't post here as much as some but I hope my little contributions
bring a smile or smirk.
As long as the Bagsby Bunch are signing in, things should stay entertaining.
My brother sold GRIT. I opted for the X-Ray vision glasses.
Thanks, Mitch, your contributions are much appreciated.
December 29 2008 at 12:52:07 Name: John B. Topic: 10 Years Comments: Congrats Mike on a great and entertaining 10
years here. It seems like yesterday I was here reading through a long account
of the 'Then Came Bronson' pilot, which I'd remembered
seeing as a young'un so I found it interesting. Almost as interesting as
learning more about Ron Popeil than I ever knew there was to know. But here
I am getting nostalgic about nostalgia. It's all been good, here's to another
10. Thanks for the future memories.
Thanks, John and Charles and Karen.
December 29 2008 at 12:23:09 Name: Charles Comments: Happy Anniversary from a Tulsa expatriate in frozen
December 29 2008 at 12:04:08 Name: Karen Email:
Karenattheoutsidersbookandmoviedotcom Comments: Congrats Mike for 10 great years! You have a wonderful
website and I wish for you 10 more years, and maybe more!
December 29 2008 at 08:37:33 Name: David Bagsby Topic: Wabbit Ears polished Email:
deeceebeeatsunflowerdotcom Comments: Happy 10! The hospitality staff at the Sandman Motel
are ready to help you celebrate...for a nominal fee.
Mike should post that pic of the first TTM server: that Brainiac computer
that he made 5 cents a piece for punching programs into the cards. For every
100 programs you get a free copy of Grit.
I gotta say, for someone who doesn't get paid to do this, Mr. Mike has one
of the best maintained sites on the internet. How many teraflops is this
up to now? At what point will this site develop consciousness?
David, thanks very much. TTM weighs in at under 335 meg these days, which
is pretty modest for a site with over 750 HTML pages and totalling almost
6000 files. It takes up a small fraction of the space on a $10 keychain thumb
It would be larger if you included YouTube-type clips, but those bulky
video files are hosted elsewhere. The main files reside on a server over
at Irving Productions on 21st and Harvard.
December 28 2008 at 12:48:48 Name: worker33 Topic: Living Arts of Tulsa Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: A bit out of the TTM socket but after seeing the
counter culture references it all seems to blend together. Trying to gather
information on the beginning era of Living
They're 40 years in 2009, and started in the Deadman Furniture store in downtown
TTown as a collective. The Living Arts Theatre later became American Theater
Anybody out there that was strolling through the coffee houses and counter
culture scene might have been in the moment.
Let me know thanks for an extremely great place to visit.
You're welcome. From GB 231, 2/1/2007, Susanna Conley in St Louis said:
"Left T-town back in the early 1970s. Trying to catch up with friends who
were part of the Living Arts Theater company. Mary Alice Mark, daughter of
KAKC owner Carl Mark, her boyfriend, John Martin (John Randall) of KMOD,
son of KRMG's Johnny Martin and Kitty Roberts, manager of KMOD were involved
in the Tulsa Living Arts Theater. Would appreciate knowing their whereabouts."
December 28 2008 at 01:11:21 Name: Jeff H Topic: This N That Comments: Tulsa is just a friendly town where girls just
want to have fun and men find business opportunities on every corner, who
said American enterprise is dead? Come on guys, get over to Admiral and Sheridan
and support the local economy (cash please and first names only), ask for
Mercedes or was it Lexus?
No one has mentioned that the corner at 41st and Harvard will sell its last
Christmas tree this year, ending a tradition of at least 40 years. Our family
bought several trees from that lot, many being of the flocked variety, and
one even being blue. Dad said it looked like it was under moonlight. I never
saw it, however, I was too young to drink, but everyone at the family Christmas
thought it was... ah...unique.
The Webmaster mentioned the little guy in the night cap on the "Sandman"
sign, didn't he look like Mr. Magoo, not to be confused with the Travel Lodge
December 27 2008 at 20:24:23 Name: roy lee Topic: The old Sandman Motel Email: royleeshouseatttt
gmail.commmm Comments: They sure are friendly over at the old Sandman Motel.
Every time I drive by, there are girls waving at me, and when I stop at the
corner, a guy usually comes up and asks me if I need anything! Such hometown
It does indeed warm one's cockles.
December 27 2008 at 18:37:54 Name: Bob Anthony Topic: Et Cetera House Email:
email@example.com Comments: I remember Et Cetera as more of a poster shop as
well as a place to get all your "hippie" supplies such as posters, buttons,
incense, candles, underground newspapers etc. They had a black light poster
room as well. It was similar to Another Point of View at Southroads Mall.
One of the first "real" head shops I remember was The Dream Merchant, located
on Peoria Ave next to the Brook Theater. It had everything the other shops
had but also had smoking supplies, and music.
December 27 2008 at 12:07:15 Name: Pizzabob Topic: Et Cetera House Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Et Cetera House was located in the former
Skilly's Dance Studio. Talk about Seventh
There must have been multiple Skilly's locations over the years. Does
anyone remember details of Skilly's downstairs at Utica Square?
December 26 2008 at 23:03:13 Name: Jeff H Topic: Potpourri for $1,000 Email: Calling in my order at "Across
The Street" Comments:
1. Et Cetera House did have an area for posters in the late 60s and early
70s with black lights and strobes. I bought a really cool oversized Op Art
poster circa 1969. They also carried the paper daisies, candles and all that
jazz of the flower generation. However, in the 80s it became a higher end
gift store (we grew up.)
2. I thought Daze' was a psychic? Shouldn't she be able to find "Sweet Emily"
without our help? Maybe if she sprinkled a little sugar and cinnamon she
could answer her own question. I tried it and all the mysteries of the world
became crystal clear, OH!, wait a minute, maybe I just warded off evil at
my door step.
Sandman Motel: under new mgmt
All kidding aside, her show was better than
"NOSAK" but no match for "Mazeppa". Her best
bit was the dating segment, you had to be very brave or drunk to go on and
take that abuse from the callers and Daze' just egged us I mean them on by
trying to keep it serious. Happy to see she's doing well.
3. Last but not least, was the name of the motel by Sheridan Village the
"Sand Man", and is it still there?
Hope all had a wonderful Christmas and the best new year to come!
Webmaster: The Sandman is now doing business as the Best Budget Inn. There
may still be vacancies for your New Year's celebration.
But seriously, the outside stairs always caught my eye as a kid. That,
the swimming pool, the sign, and the name gave it some mystique in my eyes.
And wasn't there a little guy wearing a nightcap on the top of the "Sandman"
Courtesy of the Beryl Ford Collection/Rotary Club of Tulsa, Tulsa
City-County Library and Tulsa Historical Society
December 26 2008 at 01:22:19 Name: P.Casey Morgan Topic: Et Cetera House Email: p.casey.morgan at gmail dot
com Comments: You absolutely had to go down stairs to get to the
Et Cetera House. You had no choice. You opened a door - I think to the north
of where Petty's is now - and you were confronted with a staircase going
down. That, unfortunately, is almost everything I remember about Et Cetera
House, except that it tried to be cool and did not succeed to the extent
that Another Point of View did.
Webmaster: Just found this in the 1978 Kendallabrum:
December 26 2008 at 01:14:50 Name: Webmaster Topic: Et Cetera House / Talkie Tapes Comments: Re the Et Cetera House gift shop at Utica
Square: a friend of mine claims it was once a head shop, and he thinks you
had to walk down some stairs to get in.
I posed this question to Mike Bruchas, who replied:
"It was NEVER a head shop. Used to have posters (Raquel Welch and Sophia
Loren in skimpy costumes - just made for dorm rooms!) but for many years,
nice gifts. I bought a lot of Xmas gifts for my Mom there. Maybe in the late
70s, it seemed more of a stationery shop meets Spencer Gifts."
I was there once, in the early 80s, to buy a greeting card with a "Talkie
Tape". A Talkie Tape is a long thin red plastic strip with a surface similar
to the groove on a record. You play it by sliding your thumbnail down the
rough side. The strip is attached to a card or balloon or something light
that can easily vibrate to amplify the sound and give it a voice.
December 25 2008 at 22:17:16 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Paul Fletcher Murray (via e-mail) on
Comments: Please pass on my condolences to the family. I worked
with Johnny during my brief tenure at KTUL from 1971 to 1976. He gave me
the tips on how to edit quickly and well.
I was always amazed how he could edit as fast as anyone with both hands rewinding
and gluing but also have one hand holding a cup of coffee and another
occasionally lighting another cigarette.
Johnny was the only one I know who could edit full speed and spoke a cigarette
with no hands and never let the ash fall on the film. At the last second,
with three inches of ash hanging off the cigarette stub, Johnny would artfully
lift the cigarette from his lips and drop the ash in the ashtray nonchalantly.
Other memories just as funny. Red Statum had one of the funniest ones about
what happened to the wrinkles in Johnny's face when something happened.
Johnny was a great guy to work with and we could always count on Johnny to
bring back the great shots during those Oklahoma storm specials.
All the best,
Paul Fletcher Murray
(p.s., I started using Fletcher out here in Los Angeles because believe it
or not, there was another Paul Murray already in L.A. who was in
December 24 2008 at 23:46:13 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: When WGN in Tulsa is NOT the same as
Comments: Matt Bunyan called me at 11:15 pm about WGN airing a
shot of a fireplace with old radio shows as audio. I said, nope.
I was watching the traditional WGN compilation tribute of "Bozo, Ray and
Gar" which airs Xmas Eve night till midnight. I said they were running promos
for an overnight radio nostalgia show with a fireplace for video, starting
at 1:30amto 6:30am.
He read me the on-screen program guide for the "national" WGN feed and it
did not sync with WGN Chicago programming. So now ya know....Aren't video
Matt, in regard to Johnny Rauser's passing, said it's amazing for all the
stuff that Johnny did, he had a very long life.
Merry Xmas from the Windy City!
December 24 2008 at 15:22:53 Name: Jim Hill Topic: Johnny Rauser Email: gemhill at cox dot net Comments: Johnny Rauser died on Monday December 22. Services
are being handled by Stanley's on 31st St. and will be at 10 am Saturday
December 27 at the Southern Hills Baptist Church at 5590 S. Lewis here in
Tulsa. I'll be there.
I want to say something here based on fond memories of Johnny and not
disrespectful in any way... I'm wondering if this will be Johnny's first
visit ever to a Baptist Church.
I worked closely with Johnny. When I anchored sports, he was always my
photographer and he busted his butt to take care of me.
(courtesy of Bud Blust)
Johnny was one of the earlier employees of the station. When I came in March
of 1965, he was in the news department working mostly with Hal O'Halloran,
our sports guy. Earlier I think he had run the film library. His wife Mildred,
had made the Tuffy the Tiger and Shaggy Dog costumes for the Mr. Zing and
He was a worker bee, and rarely if ever got credit for his contribution to
the development of broadcast television.
In a conversation with Phil Atkinson this morning, Phil remembered taking
Johnny to film an interview Ted Kennedy when Kennedy was made one of the
Jaycees ten outstanding young men. Phil was one of Channel Eight's most talented
Johnny loved to drink beer. Often when we had been out covering a story,
he'd stop on the way back to the station and get a six pack. He'd have at
least one beer on the way back up the hill. I think he edited film better
after a beer. Somewhere, here during the holidays, I'm gonna get me a tall
cool one, and sit down and have a beer with my friend Johnny Rauser.
Hope to see some of you Saturday morning.
December 23 2008 at 23:55:52 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Johnny Rauser Comments: We called him "Chicken-Man" but not to his
face. He must have weighed 130 pounds wet.
He always had a cig in his mouth. Decent photog for crime and traffic wreck
genre coverage and a fast editor. Euell Golden was his brother-in-law and
Johnny got him that job at 8.
When Hal O'Halloran left 8, Johnny joined him as a photog and later Wayne
Tuffy Johnson did too.
It's funny to think that "we" thought of him as old in 1973! I am probably
older NOW than Johnny was then!
December 23 2008 at 23:44:04 Name: ricco Topic: The Rubiot Email: email@example.com Comments: The Rubiot building had another incarnation, also...
(don't ask me how I know this.)
In the late 60s and early 70s it was a go-go bar, called the Rubi. It was
cheaper to take the O and T off the sign than it was to come up with another
name. It was quite a fancy place for a go-go bar, and was quite popular for
a time. Had live music, and go-go dancers to boot... zowie!
December 23 2008 at 21:54:13 Name: Daze' Topic: Looking for Big Emily Smith Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I had a TV show in Tulsa - Daze' during those days.
There was a gal called Big Em. Does anyone know her, how to get in contact
with her? Thanks, Daze'
It's good to hear from you. I watched your show on Tempo Television here
in Tulsa in the 80s. I remember a meditation period at the end of your show
with soothing hypnotic-like affirmations, while nature shots were shown on
That's "Sweet Emily" Smith of Leon Russell song fame. Anyone have ideas?
December 23 2008 at 08:10:13 Name: Sonny Hollingshead Topic: Johnny Rauser Comments: I just noticed in
Tulsa World that Johnny Rauser passed away Monday. He was 82. I'm pretty
sure he was a Channel 8 alum, and may have worked at other stations in town
Our deepest condolences to his family and friends.
December 23 2008 at 00:32:44 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Don Lundy
Comments: Yep, Don Lundy has a natal day on 12-23.
T'ain't givin' his age, but he is still gainfully employed as GM of WRTV,
the ABC affiliate in Indianapolis.
Hoo-rah! And please pass the BBQ sauce!
Webmaster: Here's a
2006 photo of Don
with Carl Bartholomew and Scott Blaker. Happy birthday, Don!
Don said to Mike Bruchas about that occasion:
We were at Jason's Deli at 61st and Memorial. No, I cajoled a waitress into
snapping it. She forgot to tell me to smile and to suck in my gut.
Will hoist a few in remembrance of The John Chick and Horn Brothers Shows.
December 22 2008 at 18:20:26 Name:
Gary Chew Topic: "Mockingbird" director dies
Comments: Robert Mulligan died Saturday in Connecticut at 83.
He got an Oscar nomination for directing "To Kill A Mockingbird," one of
the best damned motion pictures you'll ever see.
A picture that got Greg Peck his Best Actor Oscar and put Robert Duvall (as
Boo Radley) on the road to a terrific film acting career.
To Kill A Mockingbird is the only novel ever written by Harper Lee.
She published it in 1960 and won the Pulitzer Prize.
"Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy... but sing
their hearts out for us. That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." -
Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird
Good American stuff!
December 21 2008 at 17:50:54 Name: Lee Woodward (via email) Topic: Merry Christmas
Comments: Found this and thought it might work this season...to
all out there who enjoyed the efforts. Woody
December 21 2008 at 16:03:27 Name: Don Lundy Topic: VIP Birthday Email: email@example.com Comments: Let us not forget a very important birthday. That
of John Michael Bruchas, who turns XX today. (number replaced due to Homeland
Security Rule 59A)
Mike Bruchas circa 1973 cutting movies at Euell Golden's edit bench
in the KTUL film library,
most likely on a Sunday evening. Courtesy of Alan Bruchas. Click to see larger
Mike kicked this site up a notch when he arrived in GB 1. Since then,
he has contributed greatly in the form of memories, photos and contacts.
Here he is on the Origin page. Happy birthday,
Mike, and thanks from all of us!
December 20 2008 at 23:42:40 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: 12/21 Comments: It's the shortest day of the year and birthday
of BOB HOWER - who first hired me in TV at KTUL. Also of ED MORRIS - former
December 20 2008 at 22:22:22 Name: Still in the Bunker Beneath the Rose Bowl Topic: Joe and Ron Comments: Earlier this evening, Mr. Rose Bowl Bunker
and spouse, whom latter wishes to remain Unidentfied, had holiday dinner
with Mr. Tulsa TV Memories and Mrs. Tulsa TV Memories, the gracious Gaye,
and talk turned to memories, and up popped the names of Joe Brainard, of
wondrous memory, and Ron Padgett, excellent poet, and Joe's great friend
and biographer, both great Tulsa artists.
Mr. RBB knew them both slightly, back in the day in Tulsa. Alas, our paths
never crossed in New York City.
Synchronistically, the paths of Mr. TTVM and Mr. RBB, and Joe and Ron, all
first crossed in Tulsa, at slightly different epochs, ca. the age of 6.
For Joe and Ron, from Stephen Spender:
"Never to allow gradually the traffic to smother
With noise and fog the flowering of the spirit".
December 19 2008 at 23:17:24 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Another Star Trek crewperson beams
home Comments: Majel Barrett,wife of "Star Trek" creator Gene
Roddenberry passed on 12-18 at age 76.
She had small roles in the various TV series and movies - including playing
nurse Christine Chapel on StarTrek and Lwaxana Troi (mother of Deanna
December 18 2008 at 09:50:26 Name: Sheila Robbins Topic: Uncle Zeb
Comments: I took my daughter Michelle to be on Uncle Zeb for her
4th or 5th birthday (so it would have been 1972 or 73, if memory serves).
If I do say so myself, I was a pretty hot 20-something at the time, and Uncle
Zeb flirted with me like crazy! I was absolutely thrilled with the attention
- made my day!
December 17 2008 at 11:21:19 Name: Webmaster Topic: "The Oklahomans" tonight Comments:
Reminder: Tonight (Wed.) on KOTV at 8 pm: "The Oklahomans".
Becky Dixon profiles famous Oklahomans.
December 17 2008 at 01:52:28 Name: Mike Hardeman Topic: Mazeppa Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I'm sure someone has posted this. We ran across
it a couple of weeks ago and were blown away!
December 17 2008 at 01:35:09 Name: roy lee Topic: That bar behind the Delman Email: royleeshouseatgeemail Comments: Players, that's the one! It was one of those temporary
new wave/punk hangouts for a few minutes. I remember they had Square Force,
Radio Milan, and I think a few other shows. It was a diverse crowd in there
too. Probably my first experience with bikers. (Not as scary as the police
in those days.)
December 15 2008 at 22:22:47 Name:
Lee Woodward Topic: Das Boot Comments: Well, it is very possible that I substituted
the Padgett name for yet another bootlegger and if this be the case, my
apologies. Perhaps the prominence of the name stayed with me longer than
the actual perpetrator's name.
As a matter of fact, the kid who was racing was no where near 15 or 16, so
I plead OMS (Old man's syndrome) for my error. Remove the name and the story
stands. Again, my apologies to Ron.
December 15 2008 at 20:52:25 Name: Ron Padgett Topic: My father Comments: To clarify something Mr. Woodward wrote: I
never raced go-karts. I did ride in one, once, but not in a race. So my dad
must have had some other reason for slugging him. As for my father's behavior
and reputation, I've spelled it all out, as honestly as I could, in my book
about him, published by the University of Oklahoma Press. For further information
go to www.ronpadgett.com.
December 15 2008 at 12:36:27 Name:
Lee Woodward Topic: Bootleggers Comments: Doctor Ruddle kicks the
old memory banks again with his mention of the so-called King of Bootleggers,
It was my indistinct pleasure to meet Ron Padgett's father at the Go-Kart
track at No. Sheridan and Apache back in the summer of 1958. His son Ron,
who would have been 15 or 16 years old at that time, was also racing Go-Karts
at this track.
There were the usual heat races and I guess the elder Padgett took them very
seriously, as I had stayed on the track after my own heat to try and adjust
a faulty carburetor; staying down low and out of the way. Since Son lost
the heat race, Dad wanted someone to blame. I was standing by my Kart (owned
by the track owner) when this guy walks up and coldcocks me right on my left
cheekbone. It stunned me for seconds and before I could retaliate, some of
the other men had pulled him back and also restrained me. Of course the cheap
shot artist was wearing a big clunky ring on his right hand and I still have
the scar to prove it.
I didn't go on the air for a few days, which was no problem back then and
with make-up, took care of the problem till it went away. After that incident,
at a drivers meeting, Dad grudgingly apologized. That is when I found out
who he was: a nondescript bootlegger. I never heard of him being any sort
of King of that trade, but maybe he was? I don't know the requisites.
I think his name might have been Wayne or Dewayne? Kudos to his son for taking
a different path and from what I have read of him, seems to have some bonafides.
I will leave that judgment to those qualified.
And yes, I...like thousands of other Tulsans used the services of bootleggers
and of course, let them use my phone to retrieve their next order.
The next summer, I raced 1/4 Midgets and then retired, just as the Karts
were moving towards speeds where I could have really gotten killed.
December 14 2008 at 17:44:48 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: WiFi radio for Xmas? Comments: Not available via our TTM Store link but Adorama
Camera in NYC has a web
special for a Wolverine WiFi radio till Friday. Lowest price WiFi radio
that I have seen yet.
December 14 2008 at 17:38:52 Name: Scott Linder Topic: That bar by the Delman...
Comments: I remember that bar north of the Delman Theatre. I often
worked as a projectionist at the Delman in the late 60s. I actually never
went to the bar, but I admit that I sometimes ran to Van's Hamburgers across
the street while a full 22-minute reel was running!! I can't believe that
I actually left the booth, but the first show didn't often have many patrons,
so I guess I thought it was safe and the manager didn't seem to mind.
Van's was one of my favoite burger joints. That slim, wrinkled cook seemed
to always be there and I loved the sound of his spatula as he expertly shaped
a fresh-ground burger patty before flipping it to the well-seasoned flat-top
grill. The fries were freshly cut and the cole slaw was basic but delicious.
Somehow, I always made it back to the booth before the reel ran-out. I suppose
that it never occurred to me to visit the bar during evening shows, but a
drink might have been nice on those days that I was doing a double shift
from noon to midnight. I wonder if barmaids would have delivered a drink
to the booth?
Now, I've been away from Tulsa for many years, but I can attest to the fact
that there were a hell of a lot more bootleggers that could have been ranked
as "royalty" in that grimy business. The Edwards clan, the Easleys, and others
had their share of the action, and I wasn't even involved in the game enough
to know all of them. I do know that the name "Padgett" didn't send shivers
down the spines of the average "Leg."
Google has pages devoted to this Padgett guy and demonstrates the problem
of current amateur historiography which depends heavily on these self-promoting
characters. Somebody who knows nothing about the prohibition years in
Oklahoma--from statehood onward--will then quote Ron Padgett as the source
for all information on the subject.
Somebody please enlighten me as to the Ron Padgett "King of the Bootleggers"
December 14 2008 at 10:50:56 Name: Webmaster Topic: A year ago in Tulsa
December 13 2008 at 11:22:45 Name: Randy Brumley (via email) Topic: Delman bar
Comments: The bar on the north side of the Delman and Massad's
was Players. Our band Square Force used to play there to a packed house in
the eighties. They had a great juke box selection. Had everyone from bikers
to punks hanging out.
December 12 2008 at 21:54:19 Name: Mike Hardeman Topic: KTBA Email:
email@example.com Comments: I was driving through Tuba City, Arizona today,
and curiosity got the better of me, so I dropped by to get a
picture of "today's"
December 12 2008 at 21:14:49 Name: Singe Topic: Radio Shack Comments: 'Thanks' for posting the link to the Radio
Shack archive....brought back some good memories of those "state of the art"
electronics we used! It was this and the big Sears catalog that I used to
sit and look at....dreaming Ü
December 12 2008 at 08:04:25 Name: Webmaster Topic: Radio Shack Catalogs Comments:
(I'm bumping this item up. The linked site was maxing out its bandwidth
a few days ago due to its mention on Boing Boing.)
Here's an item guaranteed to interest some of you. By way of
Boing, check out the Radio
Shack Catalogs Archive. I slavered over the 1967 and 1969 catalogs as
a kid. Funny, they didn't really change much year to year in the 60s.
December 12 2008 at 08:03:46 Name: Webmaster Topic: Previous GroupBlog summary Comments: