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Author Topic: Cowboy Stan crosspost  (Read 1129 times)

Offline Andrew Yoder

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Cowboy Stan crosspost
« on: February 24, 2012, 2110 UTC »
This is from the FRN:

We lost an amazingly funny guy and great friend to many of us.

Cowboy Stanley passed away over the weekend.

He was a creative and technical force behind The Voice of Laryngitis. Stan was also an avid radio enthusiast across the entire spectrum as well as a devotee of tracking Monarch butterfly migrations across North America.

Good Bye Stan. We’ll miss you.
Now the cough is very silent.
Genghis Huxley
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Re: Cowboy Stan crosspost
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2012, 0303 UTC »
My first pirate EVER was Laryngitis. I still cherish the QSL I received, and  I even had a computer game they put out for C-64. They were a funny, brilliant, class act that put a lot of thought and effort into their programs.  R.I.P.
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