Because I'm a geek, here's a look inside a radio station.
Because I'm a geek, I miss stuff like radio in Detroit in 1970. And because I'm old, I remember radio in 1970 pretty well.
ALSO because I'm a geek, I liked it when television news featured, uh . . . news.
And because I'm a geek, I liked it when you could distinguish, back in 1970, the network news from the network soaps.
AND BECAUSE I'm a really big geek, I like to watch stuff like this on YouTube.
Some people see a guy getting all worked up over an old cassette recorder, and their weirdo alarm goes off. Geek that I am, I'm thinking "Why does this guy have all the fun and not me?"
It's not an old, never-unboxed radio-cassette deck. It's a time capsule from 1970 -- and you get to play with it because it was built much better than anything you'll find in 2011.
Now, if it could pull in radio stations from 1970, you really might have something there.
Says the geek.