October 28, 2005

Back from radioland.

That was a lively hour on the Joy Cardin show. Were any of you readers listening? There were a number of passionately conservative callers. (Yes, on Wisconsin Public Radio.) I'm interested in listening to the recording when it's up. Mostly, I want to hear whether the microphone picked up me saying "The internet is great" when the news break ended abruptly. Joy thought it only picked up me saying "is great" and that the story that had just ended was something about a corpse. Hmmm....

UPDATE: Listen to the show here. [Link fixed. Find today's 7 a.m. show.]

7 comments:

nypundit said...

Ann,

The link for the uploaded version of the show is coming up as "file://localhost/Users/annalthouse/Desktop/jca051028b.rm.ram" which leads nowhere. Do you have someplace to upload it to? If not let me know and I'll host the file for you.

Ann Althouse said...

Whoops. Sorry. I can't figure out how to get the URL for the particular recording, so go to the archive page here and look for my show today at 7 a.m. (And if you can tell me how to get the specific URL, I'd like to hear it.)

nypundit said...

Ann,

This link should work.

Undecided said...

You got a lot of 'hicks' calling in. You were kind to refer to them as conservatives. You make an interesting point about whether an 'originalist' would necessarily overturn Roe. You say not necessarily so, if they respect stare decisis. If you read Thomas's dissenting opinion in Kelo, he said a whole slew of previous decisions were 'wrongly' decided (as if he could tell). Maybe the real activist judges are those pig-headed, arrogant souls who think only they know what the truth is. Judges who show no respect for (the opinions of) their colleagues on the court or for judicial precedent, deserve no respect to be shown to them.

Ann Althouse said...

Thanks, NYP. Now, how do I get it myself next time?

nypundit said...

Ann, it's quite simple. On the right hand side, there is a link in the form of a real media image. Hope this helps.

Ann Althouse said...

It doesn't help. I know how to get to the recording myself. What I need is a way to snag the URL so I can link directly. I do see a URL for an instant, but then it's back to the URL for the archive page. I don't have time to copy it.