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On Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 4:25:58 PM UTC-6, Red wrote:
On Sun, 7 Jan 2018 06:41:55 -0800, fred k. engels®
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Uh... its been in steep decline for years since 2009 - you just wake
up from a coma?

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On Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 12:23:10 PM UTC-5, Too_Many_Tools wrote:

Upon seeing stations going to Internet only broadcasting, are we
seeing a trend where SW radios will become obsolete?


I think shortwave will become more like scanning or longwave, in that
it will be more about trying to listen to radio signals from other
countries, rather than trying to listen to content not aimed at North
America but already available on the Internet.


Some Scientists around the World are listening for signals from Space, ooofos and stuff.

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Another Ham in dreamland;
Comes in real handy when things like jamming nets!!!!!!!!!!!!
The ARRL ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
The F¢¢ ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
F¢¢'s **** Pai ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
BILLY THE DIAMOND SPRINGS DICKWAD...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
ELDON STEWART nobody cares ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
jammer Kind Jewish Indian ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Herbie-Baby ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Sir Sidney ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Loose Orifice ...doesn't give a ****
jammers on 14,313 ...doesn't give a ****
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Hello, and perhaps broadcast SW radio is on the decline but
point-to-point (e.g. Amateur radio), especially long-distance HF, will
always be around IMHO. Comes in real handy when things like hurricanes
temporarily disable your infrastructure (wired/cell phones, internet,
etc). Sincerely, and 73s from N4GGO,
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On Monday, January 8, 2018 at 8:31:28 AM UTC-6, fred k. engels® wrote:
Another Ham in dreamland;
Comes in real handy when things like jamming nets!!!!!!!!!!!!
The ARRL ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
The F¢¢ ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
F¢¢'s **** Pai ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
BILLY THE DIAMOND SPRINGS DICKWAD...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
ELDON STEWART nobody cares ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
jammer Kind Jewish Indian ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Herbie-Baby ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Sir Sidney ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Loose Orifice ...doesn't give a ****
jammers on 14,313 ...doesn't give a ****
"J.B. Wood" wrote in message news
On 01/06/2018 07:26 PM, wrote:




Hello, and perhaps broadcast SW radio is on the decline but
point-to-point (e.g. Amateur radio), especially long-distance HF, will
always be around IMHO. Comes in real handy when things like hurricanes
temporarily disable your infrastructure (wired/cell phones, internet,
etc). Sincerely, and 73s from N4GGO,
--
J. B. Wood e-mail:


Sheesh, Fred. Lighten up.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nQFVfXxy9U

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On Monday, January 8, 2018 at 8:31:28 AM UTC-6, fred k. engels® wrote:
Another Ham in dreamland;
Comes in real handy when things like jamming nets!!!!!!!!!!!!
The ARRL ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
The F¢¢ ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
F¢¢'s **** Pai ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
BILLY THE DIAMOND SPRINGS DICKWAD...doesn't give a **** about Amateur
radio
ELDON STEWART nobody cares ...doesn't give a **** about Amateur radio
jammer Kind Jewish Indian ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Herbie-Baby ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Sir Sidney ...doesn't give a ****
jammer Loose Orifice ...doesn't give a ****
jammers on 14,313 ...doesn't give a ****
"J.B. Wood" wrote in message news
On 01/06/2018 07:26 PM, wrote:




Hello, and perhaps broadcast SW radio is on the decline but
point-to-point (e.g. Amateur radio), especially long-distance HF, will
always be around IMHO. Comes in real handy when things like hurricanes
temporarily disable your infrastructure (wired/cell phones, internet,
etc). Sincerely, and 73s from N4GGO,
--
J. B. Wood e-mail:


Sheesh, Fred. Lighten up.



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