44-02-25 History of Plant Number Fourteen

STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND DAVID WHITEHOUSE
Vic is asked by company headquarters to write a vivid and colorful, 3000 word article about the history of Consolidate Kitchenware Plant Number Fourteen. But Vic finds he has no grasp on how many words 3000 really are. Russell provides imaginative support.
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Not a bad episode but it's severely hampered by terrible sound - although my improved version is likely to make you realize that *I really do* work on and try to fix these sound files (compare it to others floating around the internet.)

Trivia:

+ Vic mentions that Plant Number Fourteen is in the county of McClean, Illinois. Indeed, the city of Bloomington is in this county.

+ It was in 1910 that Plant Fourteen began to become a reality.

+ Edward Puttman is mentioned as a worker at Vic's job who fell off of a chair and broke his leg.

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1 comment:

  1. Want to say thank you for your efforts to improve the sound quality. It is much appreicated!

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