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Offline Zane

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WHYP 6925
« on: April 05, 2008, 1328 UTC »
WHYP, 4/5/08, 6925.1AM, SINPO 45433
Pretty good signal this morning - not quite as strong as last night.
1320z - ID
1321z - Pink Floyd
1323z - Maharishi Stars cereal ad
1327z - Uncle Schleckstein speaks


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Re: WHYP 6925
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2008, 1332 UTC »
S5 here in MD at 1332z, sounds great in ECSS mode. Great to hear JB again!

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Re: WHYP 6925
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2008, 2155 UTC »
WHYP is back at 2154 UTC (4/5/08) on 6925 AM. Extremely massive S9+20 signal. Played INXS "Listen Like Thieves" and then ID by Brownyard. Then into Uncle Schleckstein. Good to log WHYP after a long time.
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