Re: [Phono-L] phonophan

2016-03-03 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
The second two may be Thai. It is a pretty popular Thai name apparently. Ron L From: Phono-L [mailto:phono-l-boun...@oldcrank.org] On Behalf Of Jim Nichol via Phono-L Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2016 9:12 PM To: Antique Phonograph List Cc: Jim Nichol Subject: Re: [Phono-L] phonophan On

[Phono-L] ARSC Conference 2016

2016-03-03 Thread Bill Klinger via Phono-L
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Re: [Phono-L] phonophan

2016-03-03 Thread Jim Nichol via Phono-L
On YouTube there are 3 guys that have their own channels: phonophan, Phono Phan, and Phonophan58. So I guess it’s not that unique an idea for a nickname. Jim Nichol > On Mar 3, 2016, at 8:39 PM, SN Medved via Phono-L > wrote: > > Imitation is the sincerest form of

Re: [Phono-L] phonophan

2016-03-03 Thread SN Medved via Phono-L
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Charles Caleb Colton Although this may be caused by a lack of research, the YouTube guy may have thought, it sounds good I will use it; not thinking it may already be in use. Steve M From: Phono-L

Re: [Phono-L] phonophan

2016-03-03 Thread Tim Fabrizio via Phono-L
Hi, all. I have never posted anything to YouTube, so the other party must be an IMPOSTER! Cheers, Tim Fabrizio -Original Message- From: Ron L'Herault via Phono-L To: phonolist ; 'Antique Phonograph List'