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    50 Custom PC's in 10 Years! TheGreatSatan's Avatar
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    Default Bringing Modding to the Masses

    While at work (MicroCenter) today I was showing this guy my Cobra GT500 mod that we have on display in the store. Turns out, he has a radio show here in Southern Illinios on Sundays all about computers. I then showed him my site and my progress on my new Spiderman mod.

    He said he would love to have me on the radio to talk about modding!

    What do you think?
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    Absolutely! Even though radio is very non-visual spredding the word can't hurt.
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    Default Re: Bringing Modding to the Masses

    Going to plug TBCS the most right?

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    Hell yes!! Does he podcast?

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    Nice!
    That we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours, and this we should do freely and generously.
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    I don't know. The station is 100 miles south of me!
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    I think you'd be perfect for it. I mean, we all know you have a face for radio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_Hardware View Post
    I think you'd be perfect for it. I mean, we all know you have a face for radio

    LMAO, smmmoooootttthhhh.


    But yeah, why the heck not. I mean it may be a little far, but how often do you get the chance to be on the radio? And get to spread the word about our art form? I say do it if ya can!

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    Do remember to recommend TBCS
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    Default Re: Bringing Modding to the Masses

    I've been invited to a podcast at another forum.

    So, sounds cool.

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