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Old September 13th 12, 08:33 PM posted to rec.radio.cb
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On Jul 18, 8:20*pm, Channel Jumper
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This group has dealt with people like you before who can't get past the
legal issue in any discussion. You're like broken records. Pity. You
could learn plenty if you weren't so prejudiced and preoccupied. With
your dim look of CB, one must wonder why you refer to yourself as
"Channel Jumper." Most hams don't refer to their frequencies as
channels.

Blah blah blah blah blahhh...

If a person has a street legal 4 watt AM CB radio - they can talk as they
please on the CB radio frequencies - legally as long as they do not break
any commission rules.

Operating out of band or out of the band plan is a real good way of
getting yourself in trouble....

Suggesting to anyone that they ought to operate out of the band plan -
isn't real good amateur radio practice...

Sounds like you are trying to get people into trouble....

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I gave honest replies. Your reply is more bull**** than fact since
it's the deviation from the norm. Once every so often you'll have a
clown operator who gets popped only AFTER drawing attention to
himself. Many operate regularly on 27.555 USB with no concern of
anything you say. This isn't an amateur forum it's a CB forum. You're
using scare tactics that aren't applicable in the real world. I'm
nobody's mother and don't advocate or dissuade anyone from doing
anything. You on the other hand sound like you're more interested in
playing radio enforcer because of something you don't agree with. Get
over yourself.

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On Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 11:32:40 PM UTC+10, G. Shepherd wrote:
does any use any of the Ech Charlie frequencies?


well i would if there was anyone there to talk to.
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On Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 2:32:40 PM UTC+1, G.Shepherd wrote:
does any use any of the Ech Charlie frequencies?


i'm monitoring today 15/10/2017

i think the bands have died out, less and less users on radio now days due to modern technology..
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On Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 7:40:27 AM UTC+1, wrote:
On Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 11:32:40 PM UTC+10, G. Shepherd wrote:
does any use any of the Ech Charlie frequencies?


well i would if there was anyone there to talk to.


still monitoring daily..
3.470, 6.670
anything's better than the shower of **** on 27.555 and the foundation licence holder plaguing amateur radio now days.


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