Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by sidwellfrie.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 00:43:48

David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
populating the channels."

My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

I replied with, from a previous post:

http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
his store, yet."

David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
Receptor HD.

David, didn't even bother to reply !

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by Stev » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 00:56:17



> David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> populating the channels."

> My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> I replied with, from a previous post:

> http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> his store, yet."

> David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> Receptor HD.

> David, didn't even bother to reply !

He's not even worth your time.

It'd be interesting to see if there's someone in some other newsgroup
who could mount a knowledgeable and and informed defense of HD radio.
For all I know Tardo, with his inane arguments, might be doing it a
disservice.

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by David Eduard » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 02:25:57


Quote:> David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> populating the channels."

> My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

"Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

See this:

"Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
that work with it."

There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

Quote:

> David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> I replied with, from a previous post:

> http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
langauge music.

Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
played English music for decades.

However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

Quote:

> I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> his store, yet."

> David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> Receptor HD.

You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by dxAc » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 02:32:43

David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic (and genuine



> > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > populating the channels."

> > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> See this:

> "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> that work with it."

> There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> langauge music.

> Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> played English music for decades.

> However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > his store, yet."

> > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > Receptor HD.

> You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

Well, you don't have any either!
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by Stev » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:12:44




> > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > populating the channels."

> > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> See this:

> "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> that work with it."

> There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> langauge music.

> Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> played English music for decades.

> However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > his store, yet."

> > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > Receptor HD.

> You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

You're a more valuable asset to Ibiquity when you keep your mouth shut.

Oh, and you're also BUSTED.

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:02:55

Yesterday,I read an article about quantum computing.In about fif*** or
twenty years you wont need a laptop or desktop computer.You will put on
a headband and it will all be right there.
cuhulin
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by dxAc » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:18:53





> > > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > > populating the channels."

> > > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> > "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> > See this:

> > "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> > Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> > London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> > link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> > zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> > e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> > afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> > If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> > as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> > licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> > based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> > WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> > Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> > giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> > make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> > that work with it."

> > There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> > locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> > bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> > In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> > http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> > Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> > langauge music.

> > Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> > played English music for decades.

> > However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> > breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> > world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> > news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> > from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > > his store, yet."

> > > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > > Receptor HD.

> > You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> > Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> > would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> > Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

> You're a more valuable asset to Ibiquity when you keep your mouth shut.

> Oh, and you're also BUSTED.

He's been busted in Miami...
And down San Diego way...
He's been busted in Portland...
And in Ciudad Jaurez they say...
Edweenie's been busted... Busted USA...

Here is the following from an exchange in alt.politics.immigration:

"krp":
Do you also recall claiming to be an ECUADORIAN REFUGEE who knows as well as
Cubans do having to flee THEIR country?

"David Eduardo":
You get everything mixed up. I said I was a refugee myself, as I had to
flee Ecuador to avoid being killed. In fact, I was a matter of days away from
becoming a citizen at that time.

"dxAce":
Nowadays one must renounce their current citizenship and give up their
current passport to become a citizen of Ecuador.

"David Eduardo":
Not then.

"dxAce":
Did you at any time renounce your citizenship and if so, when did you
un-renounce it?

"David Eduardo":
Are you an employee of the Department of State?

"dxAce":
Nope. And you didn't answer the question.

"David Eduardo":
You figure it out.

"dxAce":
I'll take that as a yes, you did renounce your citizenship. Any true American
would never hesitate in answering that question.

"David Eduardo":
It is simply none of your business.

"dxAce":
Ahhhh... another 'YES'. You really are a worthless piece of shit, aren't you,
Frackelton?
-------------------------------

More insight into the workings of David Frackelton Gleason, posing as
'Eduardo'... shill for Univision, and apparently a very disloyal American as
well.

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:17:24

www.devilfinder.com    Fortune: The future of computing: Quantum leap
August 7,2006

I guess when that rolls around,we will all have computer viruses in our
brains.
cuhulin

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by sidwellfrie.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:32:53


> David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic (and genuine



> > > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > > populating the channels."

> > > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> > "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> > See this:

> > "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> > Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> > London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> > link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> > zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> > e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> > afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> > If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> > as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> > licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> > based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> > WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> > Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> > giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> > make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> > that work with it."

> > There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> > locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> > bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> > In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> > http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> > Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> > langauge music.

> > Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> > played English music for decades.

> > However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> > breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> > world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> > news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> > from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > > his store, yet."

> > > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > > Receptor HD.

> > You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> > Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> > would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> > Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

> Well, you don't have any either!

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> <p>David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic (and


> <br>> David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> <br>> serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> <br>> years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement
> in
> <br>> populating the channels."
> <br>>
> <br>> My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service
> (435
> <br>> COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> <br>> Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.
> <p>"Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.
> <p>See this:
> <p>"Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> <br>Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing
> and
> <br>London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up
> via video
> <br>link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later,
> as you
> <br>zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch
> up on
> <br>e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> <br>afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.
> <p>If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more,
> in
> <br>as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed
> enough
> <br>licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband
> network
> <br>based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin
> of
> <br>WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC )
> and
> <br>Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The
> tech
> <br>giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and
> hope to
> <br>make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other
> gear
> <br>that work with it."
> <p>There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum
> needed
> <br>locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this
> enough
> <br>bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.
> <p>In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> <br><a href="http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734">http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734</a>
> <p>>
> <br>> David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> <br>> speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.
> <br>>
> <br>> I replied with, from a previous post:
> <br>>
> <br>> <a href="http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music">http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music</a>
> <p>Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> <br>langauge music.
> <p>Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken
> have
> <br>played English music for decades.
> <p>However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> <br>breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of
> the
> <br>world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list
> have any
> <br>news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most
> come
> <br>from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.
> <p>>
> <br>> I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock
> in
> <br>> his store, yet."
> <br>>
> <br>> David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations
> I
> <br>> have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several
> HD
> <br>> radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."
> <br>>
> <br>> The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> <br>> Receptor HD.
> <p>You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you
> about
> <br>Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced
> they
> <br>would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.
> <p>Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.</blockquote>
> Well, you don't have any either!
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I knew, eventually, the lies would catch up to him - look how upset he
is getting ! This is GREAT !
 
 
 

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Post by sidwellfrie.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:35:35



> > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > populating the channels."

> > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > his store, yet."

> > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > Receptor HD.

> > David, didn't even bother to reply !

> He's not even worth your time.

> It'd be interesting to see if there's someone in some other newsgroup
> who could mount a knowledgeable and and informed defense of HD radio.
> For all I know Tardo, with his inane arguments, might be doing it a
> disservice.

That is very true - the more he rants/lies, the more people will see,
that the HD Radio industry is full of fraud ! BUSTED !
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by sidwellfrie.. » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:38:03






> > > > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > > > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > > > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > > > populating the channels."

> > > > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > > > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > > > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> > > "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> > > See this:

> > > "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> > > Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> > > London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> > > link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> > > zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> > > e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> > > afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> > > If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> > > as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> > > licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> > > based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> > > WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> > > Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> > > giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> > > make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> > > that work with it."

> > > There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> > > locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> > > bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> > > In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> > > http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > > > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > > > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > > > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > > > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> > > Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> > > langauge music.

> > > Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> > > played English music for decades.

> > > However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> > > breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> > > world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> > > news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> > > from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > > > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > > > his store, yet."

> > > > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > > > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > > > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > > > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > > > Receptor HD.

> > > You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> > > Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> > > would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> > > Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

> > You're a more valuable asset to Ibiquity when you keep your mouth shut.

> > Oh, and you're also BUSTED.

> He's been busted in Miami...
> And down San Diego way...
> He's been busted in Portland...
> And in Ciudad Jaurez they say...
> Edweenie's been busted... Busted USA...

> Here is the following from an exchange in alt.politics.immigration:

> "krp":
> Do you also recall claiming to be an ECUADORIAN REFUGEE who knows as well as
> Cubans do having to flee THEIR country?

> "David Eduardo":
> You get everything mixed up. I said I was a refugee myself, as I had to
> flee Ecuador to avoid being killed. In fact, I was a matter of days away from
> becoming a citizen at that time.

> "dxAce":
> Nowadays one must renounce their current citizenship and give up their
> current passport to become a citizen of Ecuador.

> "David Eduardo":
> Not then.

> "dxAce":
> Did you at any time renounce your citizenship and if so, when did you
> un-renounce it?

> "David Eduardo":
> Are you an employee of the Department of State?

> "dxAce":
> Nope. And you didn't answer the question.

> "David Eduardo":
> You figure it out.

> "dxAce":
> I'll take that as a yes, you did renounce your citizenship. Any true American
> would never hesitate in answering that question.

> "David Eduardo":
> It is simply none of your business.

> "dxAce":
> Ahhhh... another 'YES'. You really are a worthless piece of shit, aren't you,
> Frackelton?
> -------------------------------

> More insight into the workings of David Frackelton Gleason, posing as
> 'Eduardo'... shill for Univision, and apparently a very disloyal American as
> well.

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> &nbsp;



> <br>> > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> <br>> > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which
> is
> <br>> > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement
> in
> <br>> > populating the channels."
> <br>> >
> <br>> > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service
> (435
> <br>> > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> <br>> > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.
> <br>>
> <br>> "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.
> <br>>
> <br>> See this:
> <br>>
> <br>> "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train
> from
> <br>> Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing
> and
> <br>> London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up
> via video
> <br>> link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later,
> as you
> <br>> zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch
> up on
> <br>> e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of
> the
> <br>> afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.
> <br>>
> <br>> If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and
> more, in
> <br>> as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed
> enough
> <br>> licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband
> network
> <br>> based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful
> cousin of
> <br>> WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC
> ) and
> <br>> Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company.
> The tech
> <br>> giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and
> hope to
> <br>> make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other
> gear
> <br>> that work with it."
> <br>>
> <br>> There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum
> needed
> <br>> locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this
> enough
> <br>> bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.
> <br>>
> <br>> In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> <br>> <a href="http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734">http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734</a>
> <br>>
> <br>> >
> <br>> > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few
> English
> <br>> > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.
> <br>> >
> <br>> > I replied with, from a previous post:
> <br>> >
> <br>> > <a href="http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music">http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music</a>
> <br>>
> <br>>
> <br>>
> <br>> Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> <br>> langauge music.
> <br>>
> <br>> Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken
> have
> <br>> played English music for decades.
> <br>>
> <br>> However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> <br>> breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most
> of the
> <br>> world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list
> have any
> <br>> news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and
> most come
> <br>> from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.
> <br>>
> <br>>
> <br>> >
> <br>> > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in
> stock in
> <br>> > his store, yet."
> <br>> >
> <br>> > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations
> I
> <br>> > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several
> HD
> <br>> > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."
> <br>> >
> <br>> > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio -
> the
> <br>> >

...

read more »

 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by Stev » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 03:39:19



> > David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic (and genuine



> > > > David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > > > serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > > > years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement in
> > > > populating the channels."

> > > > My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service (435
> > > > COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > > > Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.

> > > "Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.

> > > See this:

> > > "Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> > > Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing and
> > > London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up via video
> > > link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later, as you
> > > zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch up on
> > > e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> > > afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.

> > > If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more, in
> > > as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed enough
> > > licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband network
> > > based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin of
> > > WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC ) and
> > > Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The tech
> > > giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and hope to
> > > make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other gear
> > > that work with it."

> > > There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum needed
> > > locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this enough
> > > bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.

> > > In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> > > http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734

> > > > David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > > > speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.

> > > > I replied with, from a previous post:

> > > > http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music

> > > Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> > > langauge music.

> > > Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken have
> > > played English music for decades.

> > > However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> > > breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of the
> > > world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list have any
> > > news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most come
> > > from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.

> > > > I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock in
> > > > his store, yet."

> > > > David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations I
> > > > have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several HD
> > > > radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."

> > > > The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > > > Receptor HD.

> > > You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you about
> > > Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced they
> > > would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.

> > > Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.

> > Well, you don't have any either!

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> > <html>
> > &nbsp;
> > <p>David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic (and


> > <br>> David Eduardo wrote, from a previous post: "The only potentially
> > <br>> serious competion for radio is the Motorola WiMax system, which is
> > <br>> years away. And which will have considerable broadcaster involvement
> > in
> > <br>> populating the channels."
> > <br>>
> > <br>> My reply, from a previous post: "Motorola Rolls Out iRadio Service
> > (435
> > <br>> COMMERCIAL-FREE radio channels, for $7.00/month)". Also, as I stated,
> > <br>> Cingular offers 80 Internet radio stations.
> > <p>"Clearwire" is in development. There is no service yet.
> > <p>See this:
> > <p>"Imagine a future like this: You're on the Acela high-speed train from
> > <br>Boston to Washington and you want to touch base with friends in Beijing
> > and
> > <br>London. You pull out your laptop and moments later are catching up
> > via video
> > <br>link -- even as the train thunders along at 150 miles an hour. Later,
> > as you
> > <br>zip past the White House in a cab, you grab the same laptop to catch
> > up on
> > <br>e-mail, then boot up your media player to watch a few minutes of the
> > <br>afternoon ball game of your hometown favorite, the Boston Red Sox.
> > <p>If Craig O. McCaw gets his way, you'll be able to do all that, and more,
> > in
> > <br>as little as three years' time. McCaw's Clearwire Corp. has amassed
> > enough
> > <br>licensed radio spectrum to create a nationwide, wireless broadband
> > network
> > <br>based on an emerging technology called mobile WiMAX -- a powerful cousin
> > of
> > <br>WiFi. Clearwire got a big boost on July 5, when Intel Corp. (INTC )
> > and
> > <br>Motorola Inc. (MOT ) pumped nearly $900 million into the company. The
> > tech
> > <br>giants aim to turn WiMAX into a mainstream consumer technology and
> > hope to
> > <br>make lots of money selling the chips, laptops, cell phones, and other
> > gear
> > <br>that work with it."
> > <p>There is no existing service. They do not even have all the spectrum
> > needed
> > <br>locked up, and it may take some of the VHF TV channels to give this
> > enough
> > <br>bandwidth. IT IS NOT HERE TODAY, NOR TOMORROW.
> > <p>In fact, they do not even have all their financing together...
> > <br><a href="http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734">http://www.techweb.com/wire/mobile/190300734</a>
> > <p>>
> > <br>> David Eduardo stated, from a previous post: There are very few English
> > <br>> speaking Internet radio stations, outside of the United States.
> > <br>>
> > <br>> I replied with, from a previous post:
> > <br>>
> > <br>> <a href="http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music">http://www.internetmusiclist.com/radios/music.asp?L=English&music</a>
> > <p>Most of those are not "English Speaking" but, instead, stream English
> > <br>langauge music.
> > <p>Terrestrial stations in nations where little if any English is spoken
> > have
> > <br>played English music for decades.
> > <p>However, you started this branch of the thread by talking about getting
> > <br>breaking news from all over the world. I have news for you: most of
> > the
> > <br>world does not spak English. Very, very few of the streams you list
> > have any
> > <br>news coverage. The US has the bulk of content-laden streams, and most
> > come
> > <br>from, bingo, terrestrial radio stations.
> > <p>>
> > <br>> I stated, from a previous post: "they don't even carry them in stock
> > in
> > <br>> his store, yet."
> > <br>>
> > <br>> David's response: " Funny, but it says Spring on all the RS locations
> > I
> > <br>> have driven past. Anyway, RS announced that they will carry several
> > HD
> > <br>> radios in September, so this is another of your non-facts."
> > <br>>
> > <br>> The RS saleman stated, that they will be carrying on HD radio - the
> > <br>> Receptor HD.
> > <p>You are gullible if you trust a salesperson at a RS store to tell you
> > about
> > <br>Radio Shack's marketing strategy. The fact is, they publicly announced
> > they
> > <br>would carry a "line" of HD enabled radios.
> > <p>Nice try. You are 0 for 3. Struck out. You did not even get any balls.</blockquote>
> > Well, you don't have any either!
> > <br>&nbsp;</html>

> > --------------BA352E172742C5177850B375--

> I knew, eventually, the lies would catch up to him - look how upset he
> is getting ! This is GREAT !

Lies about who you are or what positions you've held are going to catch
up to you sooner or later. People typically learn this long before
they're Tardo's age, but they all learn it sooner or later.
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by David Eduard » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 04:21:37


Quote:

> "dxAce":
> I'll take that as a yes, you did renounce your citizenship. Any true
> American
> would never hesitate in answering that question.

> "David Eduardo":
> It is simply none of your business.

No matter how many times you ask this, it is still none of your business...
unless I need a visa to visit Michigan.
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by dxAc » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 04:26:46

David Frackelton Gleason, posing as 'Eduardo', the fake Hispanic and disloyal




> > "dxAce":
> > I'll take that as a yes, you did renounce your citizenship. Any true
> > American
> > would never hesitate in answering that question.

> > "David Eduardo":
> > It is simply none of your business.

> No matter how many times you ask this, it is still none of your business...
> unless I need a visa to visit Michigan.

I for one think you should have a visa to be here in this country, oh fake one.
 
 
 

Called David Eduardo's bluff, on radio-info.com HD board !

Post by David Eduard » Sun, 06 Aug 2006 04:31:58


Quote:

> I knew, eventually, the lies would catch up to him - look how upset he
> is getting ! This is GREAT !

Huh? It is your lie about Clearwire being available that stands out as the
Internet Lie of the Day. Only slightly less significant is your fib about
Radio Shack, followed by the one about the huge quantity (not) of local
breaking news in English from all over the world. There are less than a
dozen countries where you might have some local breaking news content in
English, and a couple of hundred where you would not.

Partial list... remember, streaming does not mean it has news... breaking
news.

Definite
US
Canada
Britain / UK
Australia
New Zealand
Ireland

Maybe...
South Africa (not known for open dissemination of breaking news)
Hong Kong (now Chicom controlled)
India

Unlikely
Any of the Caribbean English speaking nations
Belize
Guyana
African English speaking nations like Ghana, Zimbabwe and Rwanda.

Now how many countries are there that would have no English streaming of
news?

Just in this Hemisphere
Mexico
Puerto Rico (ok, a territory... but no English)
Dominican Republic
Cuba
Martinique
Guadalupe
Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire
Venezuela
Suriname
Fr. Guyana
Ecuador
Colombia
Per
Honduras
Guatemala
el Salvador
Nicaragua
Panama
Costa Rica
Bolivia
Chile
Paraguay
Argentina
Uruguay

Starting to see allt he places where breaking local news in English is not
going to be streamed?