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From early Friday:
[WVEC/AP] By Thursday, the agency already had received more than 550 audio tapes and CDs. But on Friday alone, 413 more poured in by the afternoon.They did throw in the hardest-to-say station names (Grosvenor, L'Enfant Plaza, Judiciary Square, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport). Good way to filter.
Then, from the end of the day Friday:
[WJLA/AP] The deadline has come and gone and here are the results. Metro got 1,259 entries for its announcement contest, with more than half of them arriving Friday.Yeah, it might.
With that many entries, it will be hard enough to break into the top 100, let alone the top 10... At this point I would be happily stunned to make it. Ah well.
On WTOP's site they put up a collage of some entries (direct MP3 link); most of them sound pretty ordinary to me, but there are 1200+ others to beat.. oy. Recording 1 comment(s)
Half the drivers don't know how to say Grosvenor.Add a comment...
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