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1 year ago

tffp presents: Da Camera with A Celtic Celebration: originally posted July of 2007

a magnitune recording

welcome to the classical era of tffp

This was oritinally posted in 2007 when I used to broadcast everywhere online with TCJWB. I miss the days of magnitune. There were so many artists I loved.

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1 year ago

Intro and a challenge: a repost from June 2006

a blast from the past is here

Welcome to the first ever tffp hosted june of 2006. I can't believe how far we have come then. I was only 23 years of age then when the podcast started.

Thanks dynamo for the dynamic adds.

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1 year ago

an interesting route: originally posted February 2009

So what happened way back when?

This would be about 5 days before I got in my car accident. We went to my normal haunt in Ruston, LA for me to get my treatment done. No, you do not get to hear that, but you do get to hear the route I did from the apartments all the way to the place where I did get this done. Enjoy this blast from the past.

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1 year ago

Looking at open BVE: is it accessible?

an accessible train sim?

Well, almost. The developers are are working to make this thing accessible. Visit my tffp lbry page if you want to see the progress they have made.

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1 year ago

STW: Oh go eat shark!

eat shark? Really?

Welcome to a fun and kind of dangerous adventure we have. I cut, slice and dice w sharks, and my fingers in this addition of, well, what ever this is. Let's have some fun.

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1 year ago

Let's play with 3d mode on STW

eating popcorn from the wild is fun, eh?

This is exactly what I do. I also play with 3d mode, so waring headphones is a must. You can hear what is above and below you. The speed hacs issue needs to be fixed though.. If you need a guide, a good but slightly out of date one can be found at black screen gaming's website.

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1 year ago

STW: the burning gift shop

let's survive the wild.

Let's go into a burning gift shop and learn how to use keys, shell we?

Thanks sam tupy for such a grate game and many hours of fun.

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