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ARRL advertising on Midnight In The Desert!
« on: December 11, 2019, 0735 UTC »
Yep, several times now have I heard ARRL.org advertised on Dave Schrader's Midnight In The Desert,  http://midnightinthedesert.com/  aired on Keith Rowland's Dark Matter Digital Network,   http://darkmatterdigitalnetwork.com/    Albeit the late Art Bell was a very avid HAM, I suspect that this isn't a freebie PSA for the ARRL, since they really want to try to get paid sponsors on M.I.T.D. Still, neat to hear that. One thing that I've been trying to suggest to Dave Schrader, Keith Rowland, and show's producer Michelle, is to again cover the pirate radio phenomenon, which hasn't really been done since Art Bell and Andrew Yoder on September 10th, 2001. Yeah... You know just what event stole Andrew's thunder just a few hours later after that interview. It's time for Dave Schrader to do a Pirate Radio Follow Up here. (Just my $0.02 worth.)   
I was asked, yet another weird question, of how I would like to be buried, when I finally bite the big one. The answer was actually pretty easy. Face-down, like a certain historical figure in the late 1980's, (I will not mention who, but some of you will get it, and that's enough.) Why??? It would be a buial that will satify everyone: (1) My enemies will say that it will show me where to go. (2) On the same point, I can have my enemies kiss my butt. (3) It will temporarily give someone a place to park a bicycle. See??? A WIN / WIN for everyone.

 


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