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Huh? / Re: Boomer goes Hollywood
« on: March 25, 2014, 1655 UTC »
It's on the comedycentral site-the uncensored interview portion is here


and you can find the funny dog show part by searching on 'dog show'-this one has the interview as well


you have to watch a 30 second commercial

Huh? / Re: Boomer goes Hollywood
« on: March 25, 2014, 1415 UTC »
He was on the last Tosh.0 as well.  Tosh was nice to him.  Can't wait to watch Dr? Pheeeeal.  I can't stand watching him he is such a pathetic excuse for a therapist and almost as much of a media whore as Dr. Oz, but I will watch for Boomer.

The RF Workbench / Where do you go for schematics?
« on: March 23, 2014, 0154 UTC »
For anything other than 40m AM rigs?  I was thinking a hifer beacon that would let off a pip every couple seconds would be a fun experiment.  Or something for AM in the 15mhz range?

General Radio Discussion / numbers station article at oddee.com
« on: March 21, 2014, 1156 UTC »
new as of today-short read with audio clips

The guy that has several youtubes on the article has a collection of radio oddities too

6925AM also herd mooing and siren same time.  Funniernhail.  Hick sounding talk after but can't make out what is said.

General Radio Discussion / Re: A*C*E Bulletin Archive
« on: March 01, 2014, 1843 UTC »
Hey Vince
Was it you or someone else that said they were working on scanning in pre-1993 ones?  Maybe a year ago?
Thanks for the archive.

The RF Workbench / Re: Stereo to mono wiring
« on: February 02, 2014, 0003 UTC »
Tried sending you email via this board.  Send me a personal email if you can see the info.  This is something even I know!  Very simple, just a few resistors involved.  I can send jpg.  You can run that mp3 player at probably 2/3 - 3/4 headphone output and it will work fine.

Maybe I'm recommending the obvious but have not seen it yet on this thread.....you are listening on shortwave bands at night, yes?  Shortwave generally works way better after sundown, like in the international frequency areas like 5-15 mhz.

Join the yahoo homebrew pirate radio group and look at the schematics there.  Channel Z's rev 2 is very simple and only has one obscure part which you can get on ebay occasionally.  Hell, I'll send you one since I have a couple cases. It is a fine transmitter which with a good antenna and good conditions will get you coverage of 50% of the states.  5-10 AM watts in a fist size box.  Be sure to slap a computer fan on the innards or the transistors will smoke early.

General Radio Discussion / Re: PRA 2013 Arrives Today!
« on: December 30, 2013, 2205 UTC »
YAY It's here today!  Looks to be another winner.

0005 Pirate Radio Boston ID with Charlie loudenboomer.  Great signal to midwest.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6951 AM 1206 UTC 8 Dec 2013
« on: December 08, 2013, 1745 UTC »
This is Coyote radio 6950 kilohertz in the 43 meter band

General Radio Discussion / Re: Jane Weidlan ..........
« on: December 06, 2013, 0337 UTC »
Hell yeah. My favorite. What ya think? 90 lb?

Enough to tell there is something just barely off 6925AM.  Can't understand anything.  Pesques on LSB.  I immediately wondered if it was a leporid station. 

Yes, I could tell there was Man on the Silver Mtn a bit above 6926 -had to tune around with USB though there was both lsb and usb.  Just above my horrible noise floor in IN.  Can't really tell next song.  Deep in the muck.

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