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Messages - moof

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I bet she is regretting it.  Probably in dire need of chap stick and dental floss.  And a big bottle of valtrex.  What other items might ne needed?

107
Huh? / Re: Help with phantom critter
« on: November 07, 2015, 1956 UTC »
L Cee, I found his son's web site.  Even more disorganized religious thinking and unreadable colored text.
http://www.angelfire.com/wi/supremecipher/

That should clear things up.
And yeah probably mouse.

108
My miñd has held up halfway but I don't recognize shit past #1. So yeah flawed question. I could post similar multiquestion and get incorrect responses. Might be fun.

109
Started listening 2200, 2201 ID, some emo whiny singing with piano, 2205 sstv.........signoff 2221 with sstv.  overall quite good signal but couldn't quite make out audio about technical difficulties just before last sstv.  Very good for pre-sunset.
QTH NE quad of IN

110
The RF Workbench / Re: thinking of making the leap from FM to SW
« on: September 22, 2015, 2247 UTC »
At home get ye a magnet wire dipole connected to coax right at a window as high as you can get.  You would be amazed. Thicker red magnet wire hung over nails on trees with a large spray painted black bolt draped on each end to weigh it down.  Way better than a tuned vertical. Put it over head level and people 10 feet from it have not noticed. It can handle Big Radio output if you dont go nuts.  Dont know about that radio in the link since it doesnt have big old heat sink or fan.  May just pop a component after keying it for >5 minutes.  I hope not.

111
Huh? / Re: Electric Wizard- "Saturnine"
« on: September 11, 2015, 0145 UTC »
Electric wizard is cool. Take yer boss fz2 and turn all knobs fully clockwise. Plug into highest gain port on amp and turn all those clockwise. Tune down. Instant electric wizard. Mountain goat, earthless, early high rise like psychedelic speed freaks are some other good high gain ones.

112
http://blogs.esa.int/rosetta/2015/06/14/rosettas-lander-philae-wakes-up-from-hibernation/

Rosetta’s lander Philae wakes up from hibernation   

Rosetta's lander Philae is out of hibernation!

The signals were received at ESA's European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt at 22:28 CEST on 13 June. More than 300 data packets have been analysed by the teams at the Lander Control Center at the German Aerospace Center (DLR).

"Philae is doing very well: It has an operating temperature of -35ºC and has 24 Watts available," explains DLR Philae Project Manager Dr. Stephan Ulamec. "The lander is ready for operations."

For 85 seconds Philae "spoke" with its team on ground, via Rosetta, in the first contact since going into hibernation in November.

When analysing the status data it became clear that Philae also must have been awake earlier: "We have also received historical data - so far, however, the lander had not been able to contact us earlier."

Now the scientists are waiting for the next contact.  There are still more than 8000 data packets in Philae’s mass memory which will give the DLR team information on what happened to the lander in the past few days on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

Philae shut down on 15 November 2014 at 1:15 CET after being in operation on the comet for about 60 hours. Since 12 March 2015 the communication unit on orbiter Rosetta was turned on to listen out for the lander.

More information when we have it!

Rosetta is an ESA mission with contributions from its Member States and NASA. Rosetta's Philae lander is contributed by a consortium led by DLR, MPS, CNES and ASI.

113
ummm pedobear, pikachu, or other?

114
Yes he did of an apparent freak accident.  The below has since been taken down from radiobanter.com but it was in google's cache.

SK - AC2NZ John T. Arthur
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the passing of
AC2NZ, John T. Arthur, of Belfast, NY.

An avid amateur radio enthusiast and SWL, he provided valuable cycling of
oxygen into carbon dioxide and ample generation of fecal matter.

John died after being admitted to Cuba Memorial Hospital for removal of a
rectally-lodged rabbit. Refusing to be extracted, the animal's panicked
biting and scratching ultimately led to massive and uncontrollable
internal hemorrhaging.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, March 18 at 11am at
Treusdell Funeral Home, 65 Main St., Belfast, NY. The FCC has requested
pirate transmitter location details in lieu of flowers.

With our most sincere condolences,

The FRN Silent Key Bot.

115
North American Shortwave Pirate / XLR8 6950U *0050-0055 3/17/15
« on: March 17, 2015, 0059 UTC »
Turned it on and heard snot nose 1980 punk for a couple tunes then suddenly off at 55 after.  Sounded familiar but couldn't ID.  High noise floor, coming through moderate level kinda tinny. More. Gimmegimme.
yeah it's all electro-dance the last 20 minutes.  Same person?  hmm..same signal level but more punch.  Maybe due to snot nose punk having no bass but prolly different xmitter if i guessing.
xlr8 ID 0142
0144 more IDs with jungle dance punk stuff going on

116
General Radio Discussion / AYs New Pirate Annual is here
« on: February 23, 2015, 2202 UTC »
earlier than I expected.  The arrival kind of balanced out with the cat turd right below my pillow.  I shall read it tonight in that very spot.

117
jeez let me post this on the right report...
anyone get a recording since my radio room has been taken over by college girls?  great list of unusual songs.

oh yeah what's WMID?  white men injecting dope?  we have a white punks on dope already.

118
General Radio Discussion / Re: Duracell 6V
« on: January 27, 2015, 2218 UTC »
857D wants to see 12v (well 13.8 in the specs) so 6v won't cut it.  The 12v 7ah battery probably won't either because I doubt it could deliver the amperage the radio will suck out on transmit.  If it did work at all on transmit, I would give it a couple minutes tops before falling below minimum volts necessary.  I would be more scared of the thing melting having it sucked dry in minutes.
Go with freshly charged car battery if you are hauling it around or better yet connect up to battery of running car.

119
North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Unid 6950 USB 0300 12/27/14
« on: December 27, 2014, 0312 UTC »
6950U good signal to NE IN.  Seems a couple .01s off now and then.  Some long slow fades but good signal.
0300 some C&W song, 0306-0308 SSTV signal then into Midnight Rider.  No ID while I was listening.

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2338 Phil Collins No Reply moderate to good AM to NE IN

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