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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    July 06, 2010



    Truly a sad day. I can't tell you how much angst this has caused in our household.

    The inspiration that is brought on by this music is hard to describe.

    As I watch my daughter participate in the St. Louis Youth Symphony Orchestra, I see all of these uber talented young musicians that have also been impacted by Classical Music and by Classic 99.

    The interview in the Post-Dispatch did make a good point in that the Classical Music format will be in much better hands outside of the LCMS when you get an owner that is aligned with the same interests. However, who will be the one to do that? Will it be the SLSO?

    It is a sad, frustrating and dark day to be an LCMS member.


    A very poor financial/public relations decision by the LCMS board.

    Nancy Bivin

    My art has been inspired by this great radio station and as I listened to Beethoven tonight I agree that this is a sad day. Thank you Classic 99 for the many years of inspiration and enrichment.

    Rob Schlattmann

    Religion is bad and often hurts others with no regard to the harm done. This is just another example of the brute force of organized religion - our way or the highway. The last thing we need is another goddamn religious station. FU KJOY and your pathetic God !!!!

    "If you won't question your god, then I must." (Agora 2009)


    So tell me Rob, how does this concern you? If you don't like it, ignore it. I assure you, you are in the minority and there's nothing you can do about it.

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