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Subject: "The Recorded Detailman": What it says on side 1

Written By: SammyReed on 03/03/03 at 10:52 p.m.

    As you may have read on the "Tableau of a Bladder Operation" topic, I have a "Recorded Detailman" record talking about the prescription drug Enzypan on side 1, but there a different classical number on side 2 of mine.
    In case there is anyone who followed the link in that topic, or are familiar with the "Dave's Record Collection" site, and gives a darn about what it is saying about Enzypan on side 1 (Come on both of you, up with the hands), I'd like to put those words here. The words are spoken by a man who sounds like one of the radio announcers of that time.


Subject: Re: "The Recorded Detailman": What it says on side

Written By: SammyReed on 11/25/03 at 10:43 p.m.

    I decided to go back to this message I wrote back in March, delete the complete text of the "Recorded Detailman" record I put up there, and would like to inform you of a sound file you can hear instead.
    I submitted a sound file of my record to a website called "365 Days" which puts up 1 file a day of a weird record. They put it up today, Nov. 26. If it's after Nov. 26, you can click the "Archives" link and find it listed there - before 2003 is over, i have to stress!

Here is the link to the web page:

    I guess "Otis" picked this day to put something of this nature on his site because of how close it is to Thanksgiving. So may I wish you and all the rest of "those gobblers" a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!