Pirate on 6.925 Mhz.

Pirate on 6.925 Mhz.

Post by Sabrina Frederi » Sun, 24 Mar 2002 18:57:13

I've got it here crystal clear and loud and he identified the station
as Voice of the Knight (or maybe it was Night?)  Said he was Radio Bob
and for a QSL to write to POB 1551 Cornelia, GA 30531.  Then he gave a
phone number and said he lived in the ba***t of his mother Colleens
house with with a gay boyfriend and Patricia Mary and they'd be on the
Jerry Springer Show soon as he's breaking up with Patricia Mary and
running off to Clayton with the boyfriend Raoul who he says has
"softer hands".  Said to call 706-778-8606 and ask for Woody and he'd
give you a tips on threesomes and ham radio that you could play on
your station like he did.  Did "who wants to be a pirate radio
operator" like the Regis Philbin show, said he was the great RBCN who
had been a pirate since 1992 and everyone else could just go f***
themselves.  Guy was hilarious and rambled on about Santa Monica Drive
in Decatur and being the King of CB'ers in Decatur but they drove him
out of town and something about a second nervous breakdown that Pirate
Radio is freaking him out so he's going back to being a Ham and he
hates his neighbors on Red Fox Hollow Road and that he was Caligastia,
the Prince of the Earth and friend of Lucifer so you better not F***
with him.  Sounded like a true confession or a soap opera, but it was
very entertaining to say the least.  I haven't heard such a stream of
bizarre stories and connections since the Crooked Man was on last
year.

6925usb, SIO544, 2100-2135 then on again 2304-2341, excellent audio
for a sideband signal very clear and crisp.  Haven't heard anything
that good since KIPM. SYCKO was on 6955 during some of this so I was
tuning back and forth, but it was a super night for some funny pirate
radio stuff.  I tried to call the phone number given but it was busy
everytime I called.

 
 
 

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Post by isoba » Sun, 24 Mar 2002 21:43:57



Quote:> I've got it here crystal clear and loud and he identified the station
> as Voice of the Knight (or maybe it was Night?)  Said he was Radio Bob
> and for a QSL to write to POB 1551 Cornelia, GA 30531.  Then he gave a
> phone number and said he lived in the ba***t of his mother Colleens
> house with with a gay boyfriend and Patricia Mary and they'd be on the
> Jerry Springer Show soon as he's breaking up with Patricia Mary and
> running off to Clayton with the boyfriend Raoul who he says has
> "softer hands".  Said to call 706-778-8606 and ask for Woody and he'd
> give you a tips on threesomes and ham radio that you could play on
> your station like he did.  Did "who wants to be a pirate radio
> operator" like the Regis Philbin show, said he was the great RBCN who
> had been a pirate since 1992 and everyone else could just go f***
> themselves.  Guy was hilarious and rambled on about Santa Monica Drive
> in Decatur and being the King of CB'ers in Decatur but they drove him
> out of town and something about a second nervous breakdown that Pirate
> Radio is freaking him out so he's going back to being a Ham and he
> hates his neighbors on Red Fox Hollow Road and that he was Caligastia,
> the Prince of the Earth and friend of Lucifer so you better not F***
> with him.  Sounded like a true confession or a soap opera, but it was
> very entertaining to say the least.  I haven't heard such a stream of
> bizarre stories and connections since the Crooked Man was on last
> year.

> 6925usb, SIO544, 2100-2135 then on again 2304-2341, excellent audio
> for a sideband signal very clear and crisp.  Haven't heard anything
> that good since KIPM. SYCKO was on 6955 during some of this so I was
> tuning back and forth, but it was a super night for some funny pirate
> radio stuff.  I tried to call the phone number given but it was busy
> everytime I called.

 
 
 

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Post by Joe S » Sun, 24 Mar 2002 22:56:37

Keep on trollin' . . . .

--
- - -

Regards,
Joe S.


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Post by Sabrina Frederi » Mon, 25 Mar 2002 09:04:06


> Keep on trollin' . . . .
> Regards,
> Joe S.

Hey Mikey whats up?  Looks like you're happy fightin' them
rightwinggunnuts - got get em fella'!  "Keep on trollin' . . . ."
takes one to know one!!!!!!  Love ya!  Smooches and kisses!
 
 
 

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Post by Joe S » Mon, 25 Mar 2002 11:00:17


Quote:> Hey Mikey whats up?  Looks like you're happy fightin' them
> rightwinggunnuts - got get em fella'!  "Keep on trollin' . . . ."
> takes one to know one!!!!!!  Love ya!  Smooches and kisses!

Smooch and kiss this.

Yeah, I try to keep the rightwingnuts and gunnuts honest but there's no way.
And now the holyrollers and biblethumpers are driving me around the bend --
these clowns would make Jesus puke.

--
- - -

Regards,
Joe S.

 
 
 

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Post by phil » Mon, 25 Mar 2002 12:15:01

Quote:> Yeah, I try to keep the rightwingnuts and gunnuts honest but there's no
way.
> And now the holyrollers and biblethumpers are driving me around the
bend --
> these clowns would make Jesus puke.

repent now! cast out your evil receiver!

please remember everyone: when referring to satan the new politically
correct way is to say he is 'good challenged'... he's already going through
a lot of therapy to cope with the big azz beating he is going to take when
the world ends. :p

phil :)

 
 
 

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Post by nay » Wed, 27 Mar 2002 13:34:48

IS this guy on dope or somthing well he sounds as though he is ***ing out
of it.
This is a news group for ***ing pirat radio transmiters not ***ing CB
sidebanders you ***ing silly shit.
Go do some dxing or somthing.


Quote:> > Yeah, I try to keep the rightwingnuts and gunnuts honest but there's no
> way.
> > And now the holyrollers and biblethumpers are driving me around the
> bend --
> > these clowns would make Jesus puke.

> repent now! cast out your evil receiver!

> please remember everyone: when referring to satan the new politically
> correct way is to say he is 'good challenged'... he's already going
through
> a lot of therapy to cope with the big azz beating he is going to take when
> the world ends. :p

> phil :)

 
 
 

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Post by Russell To » Wed, 27 Mar 2002 19:06:36

"IS this guy on dope or somthing"

Which one, there are so many to choose from.  The one doing the
transmission or the ones commenting on it?  Such a variety to choose
from, its hard to tell.

 
 
 

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Post by Day Brow » Thu, 28 Mar 2002 07:01:23

Some of us in the Ozark boondocks are looking into how to
setup a long distance wireless high speed network that we
can access the net with.

I already have a 2w fm transmitter card I bought for 25$
and I see where there are 50watt transmitters for 150$.
but how do we go from the digital pc output to analog for
the transmitter?

NIC?
VGA NTSC I/O?
stereo sound card?

 
 
 

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Post by Bill Osborn » Thu, 28 Mar 2002 09:12:12


Quote:> Some of us in the Ozark boondocks are looking into how to
> setup a long distance wireless high speed network that we
> can access the net with.

> I already have a 2w fm transmitter card I bought for 25$
> and I see where there are 50watt transmitters for 150$.
> but how do we go from the digital pc output to analog for
> the transmitter?

============================================
If you are truly using digital audio, then using the digital output would
seem to need to be inputted into a mixer capable of accepting a digital
signal. Once accomplished... then you feed the analog line-out from the
mixer into usually a compression/limiter before sending a "controlled
signal" to any Xmitter's e***r Encoders.

On the other hand if you are simply talking about have music or webcast
links from other stations feed out of your computer... then it's just as
easy to tap off the outputs of a Stereo Sound card and take it from there.
This I mean... do you want to add compression and limiters? or just stream
music off the PC onto "the air"?

I use a program called OtsJuke which allows me to insert jingles, promos,
psa's, weather, and very flexible playlists. Plus it also allows me a "live
mic" feature or line-in if I wish to add any outside hardware sound source
to the stream. OtsJuke has it's own built in compressor and limiter if one
wishes it. Totally designed to prevent over modulation if one wants to use
the program for legal or otherwise broadcasting.

I only use mine for Webcasting and mobile Dj party type gigs. My location is
too congested to even think of a  Xmitter in my area.

There are many programs out there for Dj work... Only one needs his/her
imagination to decide how far to integrate it into webcasting, live
performance, or  on-air Xmitting. Winamp alone... and play out via a sound
card web links or any audio format that Winamp supports... Best part... the
program is FREE.

Hope this has helped a bit..

Ps... A great resource for how do they do it, can be simply discussed with
"live" webcasters who stream of the various sites. I have even gotten top
dance playlists from asking those q/a's from live Dj's on the web. Helped me
keep current of the new tunes....

Bill O.

 
 
 

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Post by gaff » Thu, 28 Mar 2002 09:46:56


Quote:

>Winamp alone... and play out via a sound
> card web links or any audio format that Winamp supports... Best part...
the
> program is FREE.

Yes Winamp is great for automated broadcasting - recorded intors, music
mp3's etc..... just drag and drop files into the playlist windows!!! simple
and works fine.

As for digital .......maybe a "bluetooth wireless LAN" (or whatever formats
are now out)  so computers within a few hundred feet can tapin and playback
mp3 music over the LAN. (PC's would have to have the need LAN reciever cards
and and would be in effect be your "radio reciever"

--
An unjust king asked a devotee what kind of worship is best? He replied:
'For thee the best is to sleep one half of the day so as not to injure the
people for a while.'

I saw a tyrant sleeping half the day.
I said: 'This confusion, if sleep removes it, so much the better;
But he whose sleep is better than his wakefulness
Is better dead than leading such a bad life.'

 
 
 

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Post by Mark Wals » Thu, 28 Mar 2002 11:53:16


> maybe a "bluetooth wireless LAN" (or whatever formats
> are now out)  so computers within a few hundred feet can
> tapin and playback mp3 music over the LAN...

Bluetooth uses a protocol that specifically limits its range
so that neighbors don't interfere with one another.


 
 
 

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Post by AB8M » Fri, 29 Mar 2002 21:51:16





> :
> : > maybe a "bluetooth wireless LAN" (or whatever formats
> : > are now out)  so computers within a few hundred feet can
> : > tapin and playback mp3 music over the LAN...
> :
> : Bluetooth uses a protocol that specifically limits its range
> : so that neighbors don't interfere with one another.

> The \ /

Anonymous coward and all-around ***wit

revealed what a hypocrite he is and ironically admits he has no credibility
in message

"Therefore, I find your story difficult to believe.  Your own anonymous
status makes the story even less credible."

--


"Stagger Lee is anti-free speech because he originally came in here
demanding that Steve Geilda, a regular in this group, cancel Roger
Wiseman's account on his server because he didn't like what Roger was
saying. That is anti-free speech. Since free speech is one of the
foundations of the American constitution and America it's self, if you are
ant-free speech, you are by defintion anti-American."

 
 
 

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Post by Mark Wals » Sat, 30 Mar 2002 02:41:47




> : > maybe a "bluetooth wireless LAN" (or whatever formats
> : > are now out)  so computers within a few hundred feet can
> : > tapin and playback mp3 music over the LAN...
> : Bluetooth uses a protocol that specifically limits its range
> : so that neighbors don't interfere with one another.
> The 802.11 wireless networks are "in" now and can easily
> be made to traverse distances of more than a few hundred feet.

Yes, 802.11 would be more appropriate especially since
hardware to run it on one of the "junk" ISM bands is cheap.

Quote:> In fact, several communities have established 802.11b
> wireless networks for public use.

Yes, they are indeed useful, but they are very bandwidth-limited.
I wrote software for a 900 MHz band 802.11 application,
and here in Silicon Valley, it was retry city.