Anyone Else Noticed

richwithhatred

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Anyone else noticed that almost all of the "advertising" on 202, and really on any channels that I listen to on XM, has all but dried up? The only spots between live bits are bits from the show or promos for 202 and other XM shows!

While I'd be thrilled to never hear "tell them about the discount, harry" again, I don't want to see it hurting keeping our favorite station!
 

Southtown

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Aug 10, 2004
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I would like to know if they advertise O&A on other channels like we hear ads for Dale Jr. and other dumb shows.
 

PartyRock24

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they do advertise O&A on different channels. on my tuneselect i have all O&A things Selected so i no when they advertise on different channels
 

CitizenV

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Apr 6, 2006
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Yeah I was noticing that too, it's nice though.
I'm not going to look a gift horse in the what have you.

Also the Classic Metal show is the fucking best, I wish they would talk more and play less music.
The Metal Experts segments where they rag on Astronomy rule.

-V-
 

Dr.Knockboots

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Jul 26, 2007
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First off: National Lampoon was funny.. in the 60's/70's I think. Not even remotely funny at all now.. not even a grin.

Second: I have heard on XM Comedy where Sonny Fox promotes O&A and Norton.. and I have heard commercials (i believe) for O&A on that channel.
 

Joe Avezzano

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Jul 9, 2006
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I would like to know if they advertise O&A on other channels like we hear ads for Dale Jr. and other dumb shows.
I'm sure they do. Because as you may know, there's "like 150 booouths."
 

johnnychilds

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CitizenV, where can I find the classic metal show? Sounds great?
 

BullsLawDan

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Feb 9, 2006
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First off: National Lampoon was funny.. in the 60's/70's I think. Not even remotely funny at all now.. not even a grin.
Yeah, remember when smart kids (i.e. Harvard - National Lampoon's origins) could be irreverent and funny?

Nowadays almost every smart kid at college is an oversensitive douche. And I go to school with every single one of them.