[78-L] Early electric ?

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca
Fri Feb 4 07:54:11 PST 2011

True enough, but without elaborating, the writing confirmed what I heard in a 
presentation a couple of years ago at the Canadian Collectors Congress about 
Orlando Marsh and his experiments and commercial enterprises.

Wackypackia is still open to ridiculous abuses. Letterman showed one a week or 
so ago that was amended by the following morning, which said (among other things)

"The Little Bighorn River has also been known as: Custer River, Lil' Wayne, 
Weezy F. Baby, Greasy Grass River (Lakota name) and Great Horn River. [1] It is 
said to be named after rap impresario Lil Wayne."


On 2/4/2011 10:47 AM, Stewart, Joseph R wrote:
> David Lennick answered Al Simmons' question about the Autograph label thusly:
> "... I wonder if Autograph ever produced any acousticals. Think not."
> http://www.ask.com/wiki/Autograph_Records
> David, did you happen to notice the little disclaimer at the bottom of that ask.com page?
> "The content on this page originates from WIKIPEDIA and is licensed under the GNU Free Document License or the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license."
> The dreaded Wackypedia... it's everywhere!!  Actually, I find that to be a major problem in doing ANY kind of Web research: many websites that claim to offer "information," "answers to questions" etc., actually crib their entries from the Big Wiki!
> Randy Stewart
> Arts Producer
> Springfield MO
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