Re: Dr. Gene Scott
Don Collett (email@example.com)
Fri, 23 Dec 1994 14:35:59 GMT
I mostly watch Dr. Scott via Satellite TV (G3, T12). I purchased a radio shack
DX-350 but as yet, have not been able to pick him up on any of the listed
frequencies. I seem to be in a dead zone even when commuting 60 miles to work from
north Georgia into metro Atlanta.
Just for survey purposes, how many people out there would vote for a Dr. Gene Scott
Internet news group? What would be an appropriate name, "alt.dr.gene.scott"? Be
aware, that even if we had enough people to justify such a news group, we would still
have to get Dr. Scott's permission. Dr. Scott teaches on alot of subjects but mostly
on the scriptures and archaeology so it may be a little difficult slotting him under
an appropriately named newsgroup.
I also wish that a WWW site on Dr. Scott's teaching existed. It would be great to
be able to pull up the current picture or drawing that he is using when he is teaching.
Don Collett AT&T Tridom (404-514-3516)
email: firstname.lastname@example.org, attmail!tridom!dlc
840 Franklin Court, Marrietta, Georgia 30067
Opinions stated are my own and have nothing
to do with AT&T or AT&T Tridom.
In article email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (PETER Q. GEORGE) writes:
>You gotta give Gene Scott a lot of credit.........
>I am somewhat convinced that he is not always "not-on-the-square", but he
>is quite the entertainer. As a college student living in Westfield MA.
>in 1978, I found his programming on the now-late WHCT-TV Channel 18 in
>Hartford, CT. to be more entertaining than the boring fare found on the
>other Springfield/Hartford/New Haven stations that were the only source
>TV "entertainment" in that area. However, cable came my way and brought
>a few more stations available (WPIX, WOR, WCDC and WSBK).
>You can be certain that when you give to Gene, (he, he, he) you know what
>your money is going to. Can the other "tele-proselytizers" make the same
>claim ? I think NOT !
>Gene is as crusty as ever and even more entertaining than most of the crap
>found anywhere else. You might not agree with him (I certainly don't) but
>...hell....it's a lot of fun to listen to.
>More power to ya' Gene !
>Peter Q. George (N1GGP)
>A "Radio-Junkie" for over 25 years !!