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Radio FreeK America

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I know this is a little late, but better late than never.

On the 20th of Feburary, 2002, Radio FreeK America released it's first episode.

On the 20th of Feburary, 2004, Radio FreeK America released it's last episode.

On the 20th of Feburary, 2006, this date is marked as the two year milestone since RFA went off the air, this is an especially unique date, because it marks the day when RFA was on air, is equal to the time it has been off air.

On that note, I would like to thank all the producers, cast and crew of Radio FreeK America for their efforts in the show, and making it what it is today.

:heart: Radio FreeK America, forever in our hearts. :heart:

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i think it is safe to say RFA is for the most part responsible for 99% of hacker radio shows today.

thanks dual, rax, bland, merichan, meme, stank, mute, and all the others who had a part!

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RFA was the most entertaining show out there, props to them all. I don't know how active I would have been without listening to that show, or even how connected to the "scene" I would be. Thanks dual, we love you :heart:

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There is always a part of me that wishes it will come back.

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i wish i could save rfa 76 for you guys who love rfa, but its just so hard to fix that i dont think its going to be done properly any time soon.

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RFA is the majority of the radio shows i have on my iPod, i can listen to them over and over again. Thanks to all you who made that show possible.

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I think we all need to show our appreciation to dual and the entire RFA crew, especially Rax and k0nd0r. B)

That being said we can't forget the source of inspiration for the show the brought us such rich content concerning technology, privacy and freedom: Hackermind. I'm to give HUGE props to Screamer Chaotix and Dash Danger Interrupt for their effort into making the first ever hacker radio show that I ever heard and that most likely got me where I am today in respect to computers and technology in general. :wub:

Their homepage, http://www.hackermind.net , has been dead for quite a while but you can still get archived episodes at http://audio.textfiles.com/shows/hackermind/

Enjoy and thanks to Jason Scott for keeping all those inspiring one's and zero's up there! :)

--access

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I think we all need to show our appreciation to dual and the entire RFA crew, especially Rax and k0nd0r.  B)

That being said we can't forget the source of inspiration for the show the brought us such rich content concerning technology, privacy and freedom: Hackermind. I'm to give HUGE props to Screamer Chaotix and Dash Danger Interrupt for their effort into making the first ever hacker radio show that I ever heard and that most likely got me where I am today in respect to computers and technology in general.  :wub:

Their homepage, http://www.hackermind.net , has been dead for quite a while but you can still get archived episodes at http://audio.textfiles.com/shows/hackermind/

Enjoy and thanks to Jason Scott for keeping all those inspiring one's and zero's up there!  :)

--access

"Change is the constant, the signal for rebirth, the egg of the phoenix." -Christina Baldwin

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