[78-L] Record Company "History"

Mike Harkin xxm.harkin at yahoo.com.invalid
Mon Jul 28 19:41:16 PDT 2014

They all act like they've been snorting nitrous oxide, and ol'  Phil's head is even farther up his backside than the others....  If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, a little "knowledge" [i.e., wrong, and imparted by such a proctological orifice] is a fatal thing.

I couldn't stomach more than two minutes of him, either.

Mike in Plovdiv

 From: David Breneman <dbreneman at t-online.de.invalid>
To: 78-l at klickitat.78online.com 
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 5:06 AM
Subject: [78-L] Record Company "History"

My brother brought this to my attention.  This fellow seems
to be under the impression that all record companies started
as furniture manufacturers (like "The Victor FURNITURE 
Company") that just made records to boost sales of their
furniture-clad phonographs.  This is a perfect example of
the dangers of a little knowledge coupled with a lot of ego.


I've got to admit I only watched the first two minutes, so
if this guy issues and caveats father into the rant, I missed

David Breneman
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