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6925u "CatButt" radio
« on: August 17, 2008, 0415 UTC »
04:05 onward, robovoice, high-ish pitch, testing:

"hello neighbor"
"hello cat butt"

later: "rock da catbutt, rock da catbutt"

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Re: 6925u "CatButt" radio
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2008, 0829 UTC »
6925 USB, 8/17/08, 0400 UTC approx: Not sure if related to "Dead Cat Radio". Several ID's as "Cat Butt Radio" with possible computer voice repeating "cat butt", "more, more, more" and, possibly, "rocking the cat butt". Long pauses between voice transmissions, with very faint rhythm sounding like jungle drums in background.
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