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Holiday OTR — You Can’t do Business with Hitler

By: 5 September 2011 2 Comments

Yes, the expected installment in the Weekend OTR series here at First Arkansas News is late this week.

There are a number of reasons for that. It was a holiday and that means the publisher was busily having a good time with his family. Also, finding a Labor Day episode was a bit rougher than usual. Also, a lot of time was dedicated to editing a new modern audio theater program (more on that in a bit).

Still, no one wants to hear excuses — they want to enjoy a bit of classic old time radio, right? From the “better late than never” files, then, we’ve got an episode of a program that’s somewhat appropriate for Labor Day — a program from the You Can’t do Business with Hitler. That bit of pre-World War II goodness warned American businesses of the pitfall of conducting commerce with Nazis. If you want to talk about a time capsule, it’s hard to do better than that.

As always, this episode is brought to you by our friends at OTRCat.com. When you think of old time radio, think of The Cat.

For those who haven’t already done so, make sure to check out our latest modern audio theater program, Wikipedia Brown (click here for more information about that). Expect more episodes in the future, folks.

Click the below link for this week’s show.

You Can’t do Business With Hitler – Heads They Win, Tails We Lose

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

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