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No Listener Call Show Today – Here is Why — 18 Comments

  1. This is what the random show button is for. I’ve listened to every episode but it’s nice to go back once in a while.

  2. Haha!

    Comon guys! Jokes! Theyre called Jokes!

    Look forward to anything you have time to release Jack.

    Have a great weekend everyone!

    -Richard J
    Houston area

  3. We trust you Jack.
    Nobody thinks you are a slacker.
    You have standards to uphold and if the callers can’t come through, that’s on them, not you.

  4. Perhaps you should do a 4 hour show of calls that didn’t make it so you can inflict on us what you listen every week.

    • “Just read Ron Shooks comments, it will be plenty of self torture if that is what you want.” – I know I am kind of new around here, but what is with that guy anyways? Man, he is something else.

    • @Jack
      HA! That was hilarious.

      I do laugh every time I hear you say “don’t call from the back of a motorcycle”. Even though I don’t own one, I really want to make a call on one.

  5. How hard would it be to add a call-in feature to your website that records and allows playback so we can hear our own messages and re-record if need be? No more fish-tanks and no more breaking up.

    At the very least it would be nice to have a feature that allows us to check our sound quality when we call by putting in our phone number. I’m NOT an I.T. guy, but I think it would be a great idea.

    • I mean you could always just record it on your own computer and send it in to jack. That would be one way, but obviously that would then open him up to receiving huge files.

      Could always use youtube, or some other video service, post the questions up on there. But then again, he’s got his process down, it would just add another kink to that refined one.

    • Difficult, very difficult. Mike’s idea above is actually fine. All the calls come to me as a .wav anyway, if it is over two minutes though……

    • @Jack
      Hell, then an encoded/compressed one wouldn’t be too bad then. 2 minutes = 2 megs with a decent encoding such as mp3. Whereas the uncompressed wav, 2 minutes = 20+ megs. Used to record music pretty seriously, so I know what raw recordings look like. Multi-gig files just for a mult-layered 4-5 minute song.