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"Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" at S5 to S6 then nothing at 3:33 UTC

I think this is the theme music for a legal abstract firm or something?

USB transmission, steady S3 to S4 at 3:04 UTC

Dropped into the noise floor at 3:11 and couldn't copy any more.

"We are 5 days away from fundamentally . . . the United States of America"

some sort of rally cry, big gaggle of voices there for a while.

General Radio Discussion / Ruth's Chris Steak House
« on: September 24, 2013, 1426 UTC »
Ate at Ruth's Chris Steak House recently.

Had the crab cakes (ever had that feelin?)

Could only eat one, but it was mighty good.

Next time I'll order some seared cow.

That Bushmills on the rocks tasted good, ahhhhhhh yummy

Zulu Yankee Bravo

X-Ray Delta

(target acquired)

General Radio Discussion / I hurt myself doing yoga
« on: September 24, 2013, 0259 UTC »
The other day, I was watchin' a yoga video.

Somehow in the process of watchin' these hot girls doing their yo-ga,

I fell off the TV set (these modern TV sets are real thin and lack support, heh, reminds me of my political base)

I'm from Texas, got a 10-gallon hat somewhere,

and I like cowboy boots. Are ya'll going to keep talkin' about radios?

In the general discussions where you can talk about anything under the sun,

ya'll going to talk about radio? Because we can talk about cows, for example.

General Radio Discussion / Got a good story for later can't tell it now
« on: September 16, 2013, 1530 UTC »
Heh heh remind me to tell you the one about, uh,

the whipped cream, and the, uhhhh,

heh, heh heh,

my Drill Instructor

General Radio Discussion / Baby Talk on 6925 heh heh
« on: September 16, 2013, 1337 UTC »
I'm from Texas, but I know something about radios, had one when I was a kid.

Right now (except it was last night) there's some baby talk on the pirate radio.

Reminds me of some stuff we did in the White House, heh!

Heh heh but I'm not at liberty to discuss any of this, OK?

Wow, what an idiot (them, not me)

General Radio Discussion / I hurt myself on pirate radio
« on: September 16, 2013, 1323 UTC »
Like I was sayin' . . . ahhhhhhhh . . . uhhhhhhhh . . . (like I was sayin' before your moderators wiped me out)

I'M FROM TEXAS . . . uh . . .

and down here we have a sayin' . . . "Fool me once, uhhhhhh . . ."

But that's not what I wanted to discuss. My speech to the nation. Whatever you want to call it.

"State of the Unions" address THAT'S IT (my one brain still works after it's warmed up and that 10-year-old Scotch usually does the trick)

Somethin' funny happened the other day (why didn't the moderators move my posts to General Topics instead of deleting them with no explanation???)

I hurt myself listenin' to a pirate on the radio.

How it happened was, I fell on a pirate radio right here in Dallas.


That's how I got these scratches on my face.


That's how I got these scratches on my face, OK?

Broadcast from Magadan or Okhotsk.

Announcer in Russian language, then 80's-sounding rock.

Barely above the noise floor at 9:21 UTC with female announcer.

Voices in unknown language. One high-pitched, whiny, the other a deeper male voice. Other transmissions in background. Plus noise. Now music at 23:51 along the lines of The Residents?

Completely gone at 23:52

Getting buried in noise, but I hear a radio drama, earlier thought I heard "Raunchy Radio" station ID.

Now some music at 23:37
Completely gone at 23:39

S7 fading in and out of "breaking wave" white noise with music, then announcer in Arabic, then Koran chanting male solo until 2:45, then more talk.

Steady interference on the freq., probably QRM, station barely audible at 3:01 UTC.

Broadcast from Peru, S4 just above the noise, with a musical track featuring children's chorus, followed by male announcer speaking Spanish, then another piece of music with male vocalist, pop style with traditional influence, more patter from announcer.

Still audible at 11:04 UTC with music, hard to tell much, with signal dipping below noise floor.

The name means "Southeast Waves" or "Southeast Wavelength."

Audible but unintelligible at 11:25 UTC.

Sign on female voice speaking station ID in heavy echo, then into techno music.

S5 to S6, some fading.

Periodic station IDs over music bed in male and female voices.

Heavy QRM sheets of white noise cutting in at 00:51 UTC, covers up station at this time.

Continuous music, station is stronger at 00:57 but QRM white noise still equally strong at times.

No longer audible, or off the air at 1:18 UTC.

Orange Claw Hammer by Captain Beefheart, about S6, loads of crashing static tonight.

Followed by nostalgic spoken word bits

Variety of southern accents voices

4:57  Male and female voices discussing philosophical concepts, "pure being," hard to read under noise
4:57  "Star Trek" TV theme music (90's version)
4:58  nostalgic commercial announcements
4:59  parody of "Cracklin Rosie" unknown performer
5:00  operator's voice giving song credits, can't hear station ID
5:03  music and sound effects
5:04  somebody on electric organ and talking
5:05  fake little boy voice raving about something
5:06  man talking about mushrooms, "Stinkhorns"
5:08  deep fading into inaudibility, same man talking about "if you want to start your own religion"
5:14  noise is taking over
5:15  cover of 70's tune, really bad
5:17  variety of voices and music collaged together
5:17  station op giving credits
5:21  man speaking, obliterated by noise and fading
5:27  series of looped voices
5:28  sounds like Bach played on synthesizer with messed up tempos
5:32  better reception with 50's sounding tune on cheesy synth
5:34  signal gone

First noted at 1:25 UTC, about an S5.

1:25 "Heart of a Coal Mining Town" banjo tune, sorry can't ID
1:27 Mandolin and banjo very fast breakdowns, wonder who this is?
1:29 Station ID "Radio Appalachia, the Free Voice of the Ohio Valley, broadcasting from high above Moundsville, West Virginia"
1:33 "Rollin In My Sweet Baby's Arms" don't know artist
1:44 Another station ID

Nice change of pace, in terms of music styles.

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