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Happy New Year everyone! There a new podcast uploaded and I hope you enjoy this brief look back and some rambling from ole RadioSanta! Enjoy!

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Happy New Year Greg,

I know Im less than bright when it comes to technology, but I cant find the Podcast?

Thanks for the brilliant Podcasts over the year etc and all of the effort you spend to inform and entertain us all :)

 

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Happy New Year Greg,

I know Im less than bright when it comes to technology, but I cant find the Podcast?

Thanks for the brilliant Podcasts over the year etc and all of the effort you spend to inform and entertain us all :)

 

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Happy New Year Greg,

I know Im less than bright when it comes to technology, but I cant find the Podcast?

Thanks for the brilliant Podcasts over the year etc and all of the effort you spend to inform and entertain us all :)

 

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No idea how that happened, but it seems to confirm how bright Im not lol

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I dont see it either. Just to dispel and thoughts that you, Sir, are not bright. :117:

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2 hours ago, Rob Thompson said:

No idea how that happened, but it seems to confirm how bright Im not lol

 

1 hour ago, SantaFredNY said:

I dont see it either. Just to dispel and thoughts that you, Sir, are not bright. :117:

How do you two change light bulbs?

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35 minutes ago, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

 

How do you two change light bulbs?

I hire a plumber :) 

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46 minutes ago, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

 

How do you two change light bulbs?

HA! I'm missing something...lol

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<p>Welcome to the January 2022 episode of the ClausNet Podcast!</p> <p>In this episode…</p> <p>Host Greg Martin takes a look back at this past year and the guests he talked to.</p> <p>Santa News -</p> <p>We take brief look at some of...


 

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<p>Welcome to the January 2022 episode of the ClausNet Podcast!</p> <p>In this episode…</p> <p>Host Greg Martin takes a look back at this past year and the guests he talked to.</p> <p>Santa News -</p> <p>We take brief look at some of...


 

That doesnt work for me either apparnelty Im in the wrong country! :) 

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33 minutes ago, Rob Thompson said:

That doesn't work for me either, apparently I'm in the wrong country! :) 

(I'll run the spell check for you.)  You mentioned in another post that you had lost your voice, but we hear you loud and clear.  

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Just now, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

(I'll run the spell check for you.)  You mentioned in another post that you had lost your voice, but we hear you loud and clear.  

 

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17 minutes ago, Michael Rielly said:

 

Thank you Michael :)

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