Greetings. This is just a little post regarding the updated Community Message. As stated, I have updated the order of the Crotchety calls per MattBoo 2's advice, and that's all taken care of. For some other things, however, I've had the following two items in mind:
- I've been thinking of writing up some articles for the Crotchety Old Man Call CDs (e.g. Classic Crotchety & Wisecracks, Nothing But Crotchety, Y2Krotchety, etc.) that would show the track listing for each CD (Crotchety calls alongside other MJ Morning Show segments) as well as metadata, publisher information, year of release, etc.
- As soon as all the Crotchety calls have been discovered and posted, I've been thinking of converting them all to .OGG files to be uploaded to the websit…
I've been thinking about something. Since we've discovered that some of the missing Crotchety calls (and some of the already established ones) were the earlier ones in the series, do you all think we should place them at the start and reorganize what all would be the first, second, third, etc. calls as such?Read more >
I was doing some searching around for some Crotchety CD albums, and when I was looking at the photos of the cases, I noticed on the track listings some segments mentioning Milton Fludgecow that were not explicity labeled Crotchety calls. Looks like Milton may have had some more than just crank calls under his belt. --Sanka Jones 20:17, December 15, 2015 (UTC)Read more >