Pictured here with me are the great Bob Outer (middle) and David Scholes, on January 27, 1987, as we created the "Main Street Radio Parade" honoring the 1987 Super Bowl Champions, the New York Giants. Though most people listening thought it was actually happening, even going down to Main Street, Beacon, to see, it was an entirely virtual parade, complete with speeches from team members and Coach Bill Parcells, marching bands and floats. It lasted one hour, and we created it without computer assistance--everything we used, besides our scripts, was on tape or vinyl. It was real "theater of the mind."--one national publication said, "Move over Orson Welles." We had a great time that day. I think Bob Outer still has a recording of it.