Monday, September 22, 2014

And So It Goes.......

It's been a couple months since i've posted on the Jetsam. I think it's fair to say i'm one of many sharity blog owners who gets to the point where their life gets more busy and things have to suffer. The responibilities of a house, full time job, pets, and finding time for them all often on weekends, just tire one out.

That said, I think this blog will go to "from time to time" status. If I find something cool that I think I'll post, I will. I won't have a schedule to do something here. I think it's the best way to handle it. It will become fun again and not a chore. Trying to find something on a monthly basis can be rather crazy. It's been 4 years, a lot of the good stuff has been posted and will stay posted.

Speaking of posting, I got an email from a radio producer in Ontario who found the Bunsmaster jingle, which was my first post back in 2010. Apparently the jingle is still being used in a town he produces for and wanted to get a dub of the whole package, as he says his copy sounded like it came off a "30 year old cassette". It probably did. I sent him the rest of the package to use. It's great that this site has helped people.

I want to stress this blog is not dead. I won't let it happen. There no reason to do so. If anything it will be a free database of past material free for anyone (until lawyers say otherwise) to enjoy as nostalgia.

I'll update it down and subscribe as it tell you to, so you'll see the updates.

For now! My best wishes to you.

Scott S.


  1. Thanks for all your posts and enthusiasm over the years.
    Best wishes back to you & yours


  2. Don't feel too bad about it. We appreciate your efforts. Ciao until the next time...

  3. Life does have a funny habit of getting in the way of people who want to accomplish things. I feel your pain...and confess that I'm usually the one who gets in my own way when it comes to things like this. As for me, a fellow former radio guy, I applaud your commitment to keeping this blog going at any pace and keeping these sounds alive...even if they weren't intended to last past their kill dates.

    (Also, thanks for the nod to Linda Ellerbee in the post title)