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Ben's Wacky Radio - October 2, 2012
Topic: The birthday show (Happy Birthday to Wacky Ben/my personal favorite songs, funny and not funny)

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Messages about the show: "Ben's Wacky Radio - October 2, 2012"

wackyben86   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  10-04-12 06:23 PM  -  5 years ago
Any way we can remove the non-demented songs and artists on this show from the music library?
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  10-04-12 11:42 PM  -  5 years ago

I posed the question years ago. He said no.
ktguitar   Offline  -  Artist  -  10-05-12 04:45 PM  -  5 years ago
Happy Birthday, Wacky Ben!

I'm very pleased to see my song "Today Was A Very Good Day" on your favorites playlist!
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  10-05-12 06:14 PM  -  5 years ago
fiogf49gjkf0d was late. I thought you meant purge all the non-dementia from the entire archive.

Since you just meant your show, the best way to keep non-dementia out of the archive is not to add it. When you make a show, no law says it has to be in the archive. You can add it to your playlist, but not the archive. Both Emi and DT do this, you can also. Of course, it'd be best to avoid the problem and play no non-dementia at all, but far be it from me to tell you what not to play.

And if you ever question what constitutes dementia, I made a list...
wackyben86   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  10-05-12 06:25 PM  -  5 years ago
Well you see I had Wayne help out because I was using a different computer to upload this show and I had trouble. I told Wayne he can upload the audio files and I can set up the playlist which I like to do but he instead set it up and that is why the non-demented songs were included in the library. That's why when this was posted I quickly logged in to fix the problem. Now that I'm back to using my regular desktop computer I'm hoping I can upload future shows without any problems.
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