Apologies to our condiment-making friends from Pittsburgh…but it’s true: we’re almost caught up here on Toppy to where we are on Tower Site of the Week. To go along with our recent Site of the Week installment, here’s a big pile of Raleigh-Durham IDs from 2015 and 2016, plus some IDs from nearby Roanoke Rapids NC. Enjoy!
Um….wait….that didn’t come out quite the way we meant it…where’s that edit button again?
What we meant to say was, for your holiday weekend, we offer a big dump of fairly fresh ID-age from western Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Have a safe long weekend, and join us in remembering those who gave their lives so we could be free to do silly things like post clips of legal IDs.
Back Wednesday with a big pile of Richmond, Virginia audio!
Go ahead. Find someone whose phone number starts with 717. I guarantee you that if you ask where they live, they’re not going to say, “Oh! I’m from Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York!”
But that’s how the ratings services jumble up all those small and medium cities in central Pennsylvania, and it’s how we label the big pile of IDs we drop on you today, from two trips in November and December of 2015. Enjoy!
This past weekend I traveled to Dallas, TX to attend WrestleMania 32 and several other shows, including the amazing NXT Takeover event on Friday night. And for as much of an impressive spectacle as WrestleMania was at AT&T Stadium, that NXT special was the most fun I’ve ever had at a pro wrestling show.
I also met the legendary wrestler Terry Funk, which was great fun.
Along with all of that, I had my radios recording in my room at the stylish downtown Aloft Hotel. The first batch of those IDs went online tonight, focusing on some of the HD sub-channel stations available in the Dallas/Fort Worth market.
Well, assuming you’re from the US, anyway. By the time you’re reading this, I’ll be well on my way to Ottawa, which doesn’t offer quite the bounty of legal IDs that Washington DC does. I spent a week there in November (chronicled here) and then passed through again in December and February, which led to an awfully-close-to-complete run of ID goodness.