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Old 04-05-2009, 05:04 PM   #41
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pandora eh? Will have to check that out. A buddy of mine sends me links to diff radio shows online. He is a jazz nut. I can listen to it sometimes, not alot though.

$13.00 isn't bad, can you guys change radios and get a deal to take it inside? I know some have the receiver portion you can pop off and then reinstall it on a portable radio, like plugging an ipod into a dock.
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pandora eh? Will have to check that out. A buddy of mine sends me links to diff radio shows online. He is a jazz nut. I can listen to it sometimes, not alot though.

$13.00 isn't bad, can you guys change radios and get a deal to take it inside? I know some have the receiver portion you can pop off and then reinstall it on a portable radio, like plugging an ipod into a dock.

mine is in factory radio, I like it that way also have integrated IPod jack so I can change ipod and sat radio from steering when controls.
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Just got an ipod touch last month - wow! I had forgot that I had so much on file. I think I had about 1200 songs and about 90% are old blues so it's nice to listen my old stuff.

Also, getting into the audio books as well. Sometimes something other than music feeds the brain. And for some of you I loaded Zondervan's NIV AudioBible http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en...Site=Zondervan and it makes the day go by and feeds the mind like nothing else.
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KBPI Rocks the Rockies on a cheap cassette playing(which doesn't work) mini boom box.
From the sounds of it, guess I need to upgrade!
LOL awesome man! Did you used to listen to it on your shoulder 80's style? LOL Funny I still had my mom's ghetto blaster up till about 6 yrs ago.

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I listen to a bunch of world stuff ( Brazilian- Timbalada, olodum, Cuban etc) along with David Lindley, R & B, really a mix. On a sanza mp3player.
I have the player on my belt and run the bud cord under my shirt on my back. It stays out of the way and doesn't get caught on things.
At night while going to sleep I like to listen to all kinds of stuff. Sometimes chilling around the house I do to, anything from pan flute type music, have a cd that is native american songs.. enya, deep forest, enigma.. just good listening too stuff. Have a cd on harddrive that is mediteranean.

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Just got an ipod touch last month - wow! I had forgot that I had so much on file. I think I had about 1200 songs and about 90% are old blues so it's nice to listen my old stuff.

Also, getting into the audio books as well. Sometimes something other than music feeds the brain. And for some of you I loaded Zondervan's NIV AudioBible http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en...Site=Zondervan and it makes the day go by and feeds the mind like nothing else.

A buddy of mine listens to them all the time! He check em out from the library for free, says he has been through all of them, and has them order diff ones from other libraries. Told me to check out the Harry Potter and Steven King books.
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A buddy of mine listens to them all the time! He check em out from the library for free, says he has been through all of them, and has them order diff ones from other libraries. Told me to check out the Harry Potter and Steven King books.
I do the same thing.
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pandora eh? Will have to check that out.
Oh the Pandora is really sweet! You can create your own "station" with genres you like. It will also throw a few songs/artists in that are similar to the genres you picked just for some added diversity.

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Grateful Dead
Dance Hall Reggae
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show ("Sloppy Seconds" is a guilty pleasure!!1!)
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