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Offline ChrisSmolinski

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Radio Azteca 6925 USB 1420z
« on: November 01, 2009, 1445 UTC »
Lots of Azteca clips, mentions of "speaking ill of rabbit pirates".
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Re: Radio Azteca 6925 USB 1420z
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2009, 2105 UTC »
Must be what I caught via unattended recording.  My recording didn't time stamp properly, possibly due to the seasonal time change, but my best guess is the following was recorded between 1200-1400 UTC, 11/1/09, on 6925.

All sounded like bits recorded from various sources, then looped and mashed up:

"Good evening friends of the Inner Sanctum."

"That's it for now, we'll be back soon.  Goodnight, folks."

"Where's my gun.  Oh, there it is.  Well, it's a hell of a way to sign off, but goodbye cruel world."

"Well, (suck? kiss?) my ear lobes and grope my testicles."

"This is your announcer Bram Stoker... and this is (unintelligible) shortwave... program number 22..."

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