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Author Topic: "Way High Radio"-Colorado Pirate Bust  (Read 3120 times)

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Re: "Way High Radio"-Colorado Pirate Bust
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2018, 0412 UTC »
Thanks for that.
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Re: "Way High Radio"-Colorado Pirate Bust
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2018, 2355 UTC »
Nice in depth article. All those places are too far to get pirate FM, so I've never heard of them before some other posts were made a few weeks ago about them. (Boulder is in this valley that makes even commercial broadcasts tricky to copy, despite the line-of-site distance from Denver.) Thanks for sharing.
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