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On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...60957/61478431 b125922d?hl=en&

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.


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"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...125922d?hl=en&

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !

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On Mar 31, 10:38?am, wrote:
"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...ad/thread/4699...

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


"How HD Data Collection Could Be True"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...d4eb81cd40025d


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"Tester" wrote in message
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The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.


They still do.




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On Mar 31, 5:28´┐Żam, Tester wrote:
On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"


http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...hread/4699...* * *b125922d?hl=en&


Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.

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Read the links - really doesn't matter if true, once word gets around,
and I'll help make sure, consumers will stay away from HD Radio even
more.



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wrote in message
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"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...125922d?hl=en&

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


Yeah, right. An HD radio has no transmit capabilities, and you know it.


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wrote in message
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On Mar 31, 5:28?am, Tester wrote:
On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"


http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...ad/thread/4699...
b125922d?hl=en&


Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.

--
Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com


Read the links - really doesn't matter if true, once word gets around,
and I'll help make sure, consumers will stay away from HD Radio even
more.

Of course, this whole concept being a lie, you realize you set yourself up
for significant legal action for propagating it?

The real issue is why, knowing it is not true, you would knowingly spread a
lie. Says a lot about you.


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David Eduardo wrote:

wrote in message
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On Mar 31, 5:28?am, Tester wrote:
On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"


http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...ad/thread/4699...
b125922d?hl=en&


Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !


Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.

--
Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com


Read the links - really doesn't matter if true, once word gets around,
and I'll help make sure, consumers will stay away from HD Radio even
more.

Of course, this whole concept being a lie, you realize you set yourself up
for significant legal action for propagating it?


Better call your *daughter*, Edweenie!

The real issue is why, knowing it is not true, you would knowingly spread a
lie. Says a lot about you.


Crap, you've certainly spread your share of lies, Mr. Pathological.

dxAce
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"dxAce" wrote in message
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David Eduardo wrote:

wrote in message
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On Mar 31, 5:28?am, Tester wrote:
On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...ad/thread/4699...
b125922d?hl=en&

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !

Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.

--
Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com


Read the links - really doesn't matter if true, once word gets around,
and I'll help make sure, consumers will stay away from HD Radio even
more.

Of course, this whole concept being a lie, you realize you set yourself
up
for significant legal action for propagating it?


Better call your *daughter*, Edweenie!

The real issue is why, knowing it is not true, you would knowingly spread
a
lie. Says a lot about you.


Crap, you've certainly spread your share of lies, Mr. Pathological.


Ah, it's Saturday morning. Did you go on a bender last night, and can't get
to sleep? We are fairly used to your weekend profanity, vulgarity and racial
epithets now... must be a blue light special at your local liquor store.


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David Eduardo wrote:

"dxAce" wrote in message
...


David Eduardo wrote:

wrote in message
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On Mar 31, 5:28?am, Tester wrote:
On 31 Mar 2007 04:38:54 -0700, wrote:

"What they are not telling you about HD Radio"

http://groups.google.com/group/ba.br...ad/thread/4699...
b125922d?hl=en&

Oh great - the HD Radio Alliance can track what is listened to - need
to get this one to the press ASAP !

Sounds like a paranoid fantasy. How is the information going to get
back home? Via the power lines if the HD radio is plugged in? Via the
FCC part 15 "transmitter" associated with all powered receivers? That
seems impractical

The Brits used to send around vans to detect TV receivers in the
possession of people without a TV receiving license.

--
Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com

Read the links - really doesn't matter if true, once word gets around,
and I'll help make sure, consumers will stay away from HD Radio even
more.

Of course, this whole concept being a lie, you realize you set yourself
up
for significant legal action for propagating it?


Better call your *daughter*, Edweenie!

The real issue is why, knowing it is not true, you would knowingly spread
a
lie. Says a lot about you.


Crap, you've certainly spread your share of lies, Mr. Pathological.


Ah, it's Saturday morning. Did you go on a bender last night, and can't get
to sleep? We are fairly used to your weekend profanity, vulgarity and racial
epithets now... must be a blue light special at your local liquor store.


What does that possibly have to do with *you* calling *your daughter* the
*attorney* or you being a pathological liar?





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