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Offline kuddleygal

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Help finding a recording that I was on
« on: May 22, 2019, 03:41:24 PM »
Hello. I am very excited to have been pointed to this community.

I was on TPIR back in 2000. I had a tape of it that has now gone missing. I had a wonderful person from the FB Page TPIR Episode Guide help me track down the episode information and they told me to come here for the additional help.

The showed aired: April 3, 2000 (1411K ep)

Thanks so much

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Re: Help finding a recording that I was on
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2019, 01:45:07 PM »
Thank you so very much for the lead. Sadly he doesn't sell and he is only trading for episodes of shows I don't have access to :-(

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Re: Help finding a recording that I was on
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2019, 03:43:31 PM »
Have you told him you were on the episode and you lost your copy?

That seems a bit unreasonable to expect you to have to trade for it, considering you only want it for personal reasons and you’re not a pro tape trader, you shouldn’t be expected to have access to anything like that.

It’s illegal to trade tapes for money, but have you asked if he’s willing to ship you a DVD as a favor? Or even just upload the video to YouTube or send the file some other way?
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