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The Curmudgeon

An Irregular column, written by an irregular guy.

Audio Review: I'd Rather Eat Pants, a Radio Comedy Written by Peter AckermanNew! 12/19/2002

Electronics Review: Otomek FX-200 FM Transmitter

Book Review: Radio's Captain Midnight; The Wartime Biography

Book Review: Suspense: Twenty Years of Thrills and Chills


Charlie Summers, who since his early 20s has been practicing to be the best curmudgeon possible and by now has it down pat, is a long-time Old-Time Radio program collector who currently maintains the most popular OTR discussion mailing list on the Internet, the Internet OTR Digest, publishes The Nostalgia Pages, and takes instructions from his four year old daughter, Katherine. His reviews prove once again that those who can, do; and those who cannot, criticize those who do...his commentaries only prove that he's cranky. He may be reached at webmaster@lofcom.com.