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Messages - Jolly Roger

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Yummmmm.... Soylent green...

Here's a funny scenario: somebody, say a "John Smith 6950" contacts the FCC to complain about said interference. He believes it is caused by a pirate radio station operating in the area. Virginia, Connecticut, whatever, they're in the same general area. Then local ham radio clubs could be contacted to help pinpoint said operator. The local legit TV and radio stations could get involved. And as soon as it is mentioned that a grenade(!!!) transmitter is involved homeland security will insist on helping. Hell, this story writes itself.

I contract to the RCMP, they are friends of mine. But even I couldn't imagine going into a police station and telling a bunch of Canadas finest that some freak in a bunny suit has been harrassing me. But here's an even more ludicrous scenario. The grand exalted floppy eared one announced on his blog that he would be speaking at Aurora College in Ft. Smith, NT. Now really, all this is is another one of his pathetic attempts at intimidation by spouting easilly obtained info from the internet as if it was some holy grail. But here's what I see REALLY happening: he's not in town five minutes before a bunch of good old boy rednecks grab his fluffy tailed butt and drag him out in the parking lot and perform a hate crime on him.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Blues and oldies 6957
« on: July 07, 2012, 0527 UTC »
Not terribly strong. Variety of old blues tunes. No announcer or ID heard. Sounds like a repeat of a broadcast from last week.

The usual nice signal with static crashes. Great variety of tunes. Always a pleasure to hear!

Nice strong signal with static crashes. Heard Kraftwerk "Autobahn" into OM ID. "Daytripper", part of intro to "Everybody wants you" and more tunes. Always great to hear!

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: 6957.4 AM UNID
« on: June 29, 2012, 0453 UTC »
Hearing a selection of Blues and oldies here. Odd freq. Lots of static crashes.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: XFM 6955AM *0213
« on: June 29, 2012, 0300 UTC »
Nice signal for this time of day but bad static crashes here.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Somebody on 6.930AM
« on: June 25, 2012, 0415 UTC »
Just came on. Not nearly as strong as RTN. I have a carrier and music but not strong enough for a copy yet.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Radio True North 6.935 AM
« on: June 25, 2012, 0357 UTC »
Just came on here with techno music, I.D.ed as being from a movie then into RTN I.D.
Lots of summer static and early yet but still a good S-5 to S-7 with static crashes. Always a pleasure to hear!

North American Shortwave Pirate / Somebody on 6925AM
« on: June 25, 2012, 0321 UTC »
I have a carrier and can hear music but not strong enough for any copy.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: 6950 USB Wolverine Radio
« on: June 24, 2012, 0318 UTC »
Got them in right now, turned on rig to hear a song by the Police, then a nice, clear "Wolverine Radio" ID by a OM. Strong, S-7 signal with great SSB audio.

Caught "Comfortably Numb" as I turned on as well. Typically killer signal but lots of strong static crashes.

Killer signal at about S-7. Lots of static crashes but still a great signal for the summertime. Always great to hear an old friend! I actually listen to RTN while I work in my shop. The signal is generally strong and there is a MUCH better choice of music.

Fine. I'm in the minority and will not mention it again.

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