Save the Crap!!!!
June 18, 2005 7:49 AM   Subscribe

If anyone wants to help Ron Gerber keep his fantastic radio archive up, go to his site. More info inside.
posted by wheelieman (8 comments total)
For those of you who don't feel like clicking the site. here's his plea on his homepage: "The T1 connection that I've used for the Crap From The Past archives for the past two years or so is disappearing as of June 30th. At this stage, we're looking for donated server space (about 25 GB) in a permanent location with a reasonably fast connection. If you have space and bandwidth and would like to help keep this resource alive, please contact Ron Gerber at"
posted by wheelieman at 7:57 AM on June 18, 2005

That's Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber.

Crap from the Past and the Jazz Image make late-night radio great in the Twin Cities. Yes, they're very different shows, but there's something wonderful about listening music from the Dakota jazz club late Saturday night after hearing music from a Lake Street garage sent to outer space the previous night.

And, finally, RIP Cosmic Slop.
posted by afiler at 8:11 AM on June 18, 2005

[I linked the "about ron" and "about crap" pages on the fpp so people can get some backstory]
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 9:12 AM on June 18, 2005

afiler, it was fun to click on those playlists at random and see how many songs I recognized.
posted by alumshubby at 9:14 AM on June 18, 2005

Thank you Jessanym, I suppose I could have added more but it was too early in the morning to think. Also I know this is a double post, go here
posted by wheelieman at 10:20 AM on June 18, 2005

Can I say this is a crappy post, wheelieman?
(Be careful, jess, now everybody's going to want you to fix their FPPs)
posted by wendell at 10:59 AM on June 18, 2005

Jessamyn, FPP Clean Up in Aisle 42868!
(good post there, but newbie made links to pics instead of pages...)
posted by wendell at 11:20 AM on June 18, 2005

Its as crappy as crappy can get!! Support community radio!!
posted by wheelieman at 6:26 AM on June 19, 2005

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