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Sam, You’re giving him too much credit, More like kindergarten age. EmbyCee is just pissed because he’s Nominated for the Douche Bag Repository.
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I enjoy watching the shitshow back-and-forth among people whom I have blocked. No posts, per se, just messages that so-and-so on my ignore list has posted something. This place has gone sadly downhill in the past few months. There's a thread in another section with at least 16 posts, all made by stupid assholes who aren't worth my time, so I know nothing of the actual contents of the thread. Best part is if one if them sees this post and responds to it, I won't see their infantile bullshit.
I have no problems with their current format—I understand how audiences and programming are always changing.
But I do have very happy memories of their classical music programming from the late 90s to the mid 2000s. It helped fill the void between the loss of WQRS in 1997 and the launch of WRCJ in 2005. When they shifted the programming about 10 years ago, I empathized with the sadness of the departing hosts, whom I almost felt I knew personally. In the space of just a few years, we went from Canadian radio throwing a life rope to classical music fans in the Detroit area to Detroit radio doing the same thing for classical music fans in Canada.
I’m not a fan of Classical Music but when WQRS flipped in 1997 Detroit Radio lost a great heritage station, And the same holds true with WJZZ in 1996, Two great Detroit Heritage Stations vanished from the airwaves in just months apart, And truly a shame of where the industry was headed 23 years ago.