Hurricane Issac

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K9VC
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Re: Hurricane Issac

Post by K9VC » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:33 pm

Nah. You know the cliche' "A fool and his money is soon in radio!" There will be some ego, who will buy that. And it is an ND on 1450, so there are worse. If the wind is calm, the helium balloon might work. (You might even get some real estate office, to buy it for you!)

What transmitter are you running?

//Vic

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Muadeeb
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Re: Hurricane Issac

Post by Muadeeb » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:10 am

ND-1. DOE got there yesterday so we'll get it figured out soon.
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Re: Hurricane Issac

Post by KPJL FM » Fri Sep 07, 2012 1:08 pm

RGORJANCE wrote:And Mayor LaGuardia was #1 because he read the funnies on the radio every Sunday morning. And I used to listen faithfully, especially to the Katzenjammer Kids cartoon. That's where I learned about the rolling pin weapon, and how not to get hit with one. She's still missing me by the way. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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You sure she's still missing you with that rolling pin?
for the youngsters: rolling pin is kitchen utensil used for flattening out pie crust dough or old crusty husbands.
Just sayin'....
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Re: Hurricane Issac

Post by Shane » Sat Sep 08, 2012 3:20 pm

But then, we lived on Long Island, so we were considered "the sticks".
NJ was also the sticks. We didn't have dials on our phones until 1961.

Switch to a kite if the wind picks up.

300 feet of very fine wire and a kite stood for a Field Day antenna one year at KØUSA.
Mike Shane, CBRE
---Omaha---

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