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December 30, 2004
Liked the cover art for "On Thin Ice"? Well here's another one... this time for "Beyond Expectations"! It features a scene from "Suspicious Minds" where Eugene rigs the cash register to zap anyone who attempts to open it. Click on the images for a larger version.



Also, the cover art for "Along for the Ride" has been released on Christianbook.com. It features a scene from "A Glass Darkly" which may explain why you don't recognize it. However, it is not the final art but is very close to what it will actually look like. Enjoy!



December 25, 2004
Merry Christmas everybody! I have an exclusive gift for every one today... the cover art for "On Thin Ice"! Enjoy and have a wonderful day with friends, family, and strangers! :o)



(as usual, click on the images to enlarge them)

There's also fourteen Talk to the Paw responses, covering a wide range of topics including a shocking revelation regarding the story told in "A Single Vote". Enjoy!



December 22, 2004
It's that time of year again... the AIOHQ and The Soda Fountain have teamed up to provide fans with the opportunity to vote on their favorite aspects of the season gone by. Here's how the voting works: First you will be taken to the AIOHQ, where you will vote on the several different categories. Once you have finished there, you will be taken back here to complete the voting process. We will announce the winners on January 15... the start of the new season!


December 14, 2004
Even though I added them to The Soda Fountain on Saturday, I haven't gotten around to mentioning that The Official Site has released 4 more titles for the 2005 Season. They are as follows:

560: The Present Long Ago
561: Lost By a Nose
562: The Last "I Do"
563: Tuesdays with Wooton

These shows will air early in the new season which commences January 15, 2005... only a month away!

Also, you may notice a link in the top right corner to a Christmas episode. For the next twelve days, until Christmas day, I will be counting down my favorite AIO Christmas shows in order. Enjoy!


December 11, 2004
Today the season finale of Adventures in Odyssey aired! It's also the first Christmas episode in three years. So if you haven't listened to "A Lamb's Tale" on Oneplace or your local radio station by now, get to it! My review is complete and available for your reading, as well as one new Talk to the Paw featuring some information on the Novacom saga!


December 09, 2004
I have several more Talk to the Paw answers uploaded for everyone. If you visit the page and the new responses don't appear, right click in the center of that page and click refresh. This applies to any page on this site that is supposed to be updated but doesn't appear that way in your browser.


December 08, 2004
So as promised, I have some near final versions of the artwork for "Mission: Accomplished", the upcoming remake of "Terrific Tales, Mysterious Missions" which will be released in March. From now on, The Gold Audio series will appear in a similar style, with the bonus material clearly labeled on the back. What's interesting is that this album will also contain mp3 versions of the full length radio dramas "Spare Tire" and "House Guest", which feature the debuts of Chuck Bolte (George Barclay) and Hal Smith (John Whittaker). Click on the images below for a larger version.



December 07, 2004
First on the agenda today, The Town Hall has risen from the ashes and is once again entertaining and delighting visitors. What does this mean for The Soda Fountain Boards? I haven't decided yet. The logical thing is to deactivate them and bring them around again when The Town Hall inevitably goes down in the future. The AIO internet community just isn't big enough for two message boards (and there's already 10 or so floating around).

Second, my review for "And That's the Truth" is up. Sorry for the delay, but I'll try and make it up for you tomorrow by posting some exclusive images of an upcoming album... so come back tomorrow for that and Thursday for a handful of Talk to the Paw's!


December 06, 2004
I apologize for the lack of updates recently, especially my tardiness with my review for "And That's the Truth". Aside from working on The Soda Fountain Boards and attempting to make it as fun a place as it can possibly be, I've also been swamped with work and preparing for finals. I promise to have the review ready for you tomorrow at the latest.

Also, for the nostalgic visitor, an archived version of The Town Hall as it was October 7 is available for your viewing. Enjoy!


December 02, 2004
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! I've added three Talk to the Paw responses with one taking a close look at the upcoming album changes. So if you're confused about what to expect, check it out!

And for the people who visit The Town Hall, it looks like the board won't be returning. As a result, The Soda Fountain Boards will now be the new home for AIO chit-chat. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but I hope that you're willing to get off to a fresh start here.

     



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