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Author Topic: 6927.1 LSB UNID more odd loops and synth voices  (Read 1206 times)

Offline TX Ears

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6927.1 LSB UNID more odd loops and synth voices
« on: March 16, 2010, 0242 UTC »
0241z many variations of laughs in synth voice..yuck yucks, etc.
sometimes long pause b/t lines, echos and sound effects.

mostly short phrases...a "redneck" theme and accent, some sound like 'The Simpson's" voices....Barney, Krusty, Grandpa Simpson...and some Napoleon Dynamite, 3 Stooges and Pee Wee Herman thrown in for good measure.

"aint got no gas in it"
"ahhh crap"
"you like the way I talk"
"I warned ya, didn't I warn ya"
"how 'bout them sody crackers"
"the bible says two men will not lay together"
"gawdammit"
"gimme gimme gimme"
"yessir"
"ahhh this is gonna be sweet"
"I like it"
"uh huh"
"I like french fried pertaters"
"I know you are but what am I"
"I am not a robot"
"I'm havin a party and you're invited"
"y'all come back now"
"hope you're not contagious"
"I wanna be baptized"
"I don't feel very good"
"will you bring me my chapstick"
"ever take it off that sweet jump"
"you got the wrong number"

Good signal, SNO 343-444...best on LSB w/ 4.0 filter.  No ID heard, still on @ 0335z but sharp drop in signal to SNO 242...offair about 0345z?

« Last Edit: March 16, 2010, 0420 UTC by TX Ears »
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Re: 6927.1 LSB UNID more odd loops and synth voices
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2010, 0404 UTC »
Heard some of this here as well, roughly around 0300z (wasn't watching clock).  Very weak signal, by the time I figured out it was around 6927 LSB it was off or faded out.  A little bleed-through to 6925 USB, unusual for my Palstar R30C with Collins narrow filter, which usually completely blocks the opposite sideband up to 5 kHz in either direction.
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