quote:Well, 2 things come into play here. One is she's driving alone, so I'm trying to make it as easy as possible. I'm plotting the course, and I would anticipate Cleveland having a powerful station, for example. That might get you from northern Ohio to damn near Buffalo. I'd like some confirmation on which stations are big, and which have a 20 mile broadcast radius, if that makes sense.
Does she have a way to have her phone play over her radio? If so tell her to download radio pup or tune in radio. Tune in has the BR stations.
ETA: never really listened to ESPN radio, but I know you can google a list of stations that will cover and plan you stations accordingly...I did this traveling to FL once and it worked fairly well
quote:not too thrilling, unfortunately. Looks like a Yankeefied version of me with long hair and boobs.
pics? and usually an AM affiliate has the CBS game on. Good luck finding someone who knows about it though
quote:Well, not too up on her technique, but she did manage to get married. In the French Quarter, during the Saints Super Bowl run (we actually watched the Cowboys win during the reception. I hate the memories of her wedding ); so I guess she was a keeper. But now you have me confused, she said she came back down to marry the guy, because there wasn't anything but limp, soggy dicks in Ohio. She had to import a good one!
I live right on the way. Can she blow a good dick?
quote:And we have a winner. Thanks for the info, I relayed it
Ok, B1G fans, need some help
Tell her to download the CBS sports app. Assuming she'll have at least 3G most of the time, she can listen to the broadcast and kinda watch while she's drivin. And it's free.
quote:Thanks for that. I prefer using straight radio over using phone apps, especially for travelling. Doesn't eat data, and you get traffic
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