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Messages - ear in the ether

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00:14  Sign off with Start Spangled Banner

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00:03  S9+ nice signal, stone cold, Ya !

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23:42 S3 to 5, American Pie. 

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0255 gmt, outstanding Trek spoof !   thanks for the laff !

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0138 gmt, thank you for the thank you !

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0139 gmt, music, "Signs", S3 and less, deep fades

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0057gmt  , music, weak signal, heavy fades

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0044 gmt, nice SSTV of the Prince and Megan......

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4090 khz, 0024 gmt, music and sstv, CW ID is Humperdoo radio, S5 to S9, Akron, Ohio

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01:07 UTC, 6925 USB, AC/DC, heavy fade to S5 in Ohio

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01:52, Ohio, 4065 khz, S9 and better, music

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23:24, most xlnt Rush !!!   now S9 and 10+ over at times !

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23:06 6930 khz Think I am hearing two different signals, music and a male voice, possibly news.... too hard for these old ears to tell.

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Uh oh, all gone.... :(

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+10 to 20 over in Ohio, very nice !

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