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Just when you were used to male remedies being advertised...!
At about 3:30 today, while listening to WJMN...I heard an ad for:
""NuBust"....an herbal suppliment for those who are to small or who just
want a sexy body..."
I wonder if this ad helps to make teenage girls feel inadequate....I would
suspect that would probably be the majority of their audience at that time.
Just when we were getting used to "NewMan" and the hundreds of other
'male-enhancement' remedies on the radio.
I wonder how many of these remedies they sell? ;-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter George" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Bob Nelson...WMWM" <email@example.com>; "Brian Vita"
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 2:00 PM
Subject: "LQ" Update......(was :Longwave station "LQ")
> I have contacted the FAA regarding
> non-directional beacon (NDB) station "LQ" (382
> kHz/Lynnfield, MA). The station was taken out of
> service last week for technical improvements and
> should return to the air at a later date. The
> Transcribed Weather Information Broadcasts (better
> known as "TWIB's" are still be available from "TUK"
> (194 kHz/Nantucket) as both "LQ" and "TUK" get the
> same feed from Connecticut).
> So.... "LQ" is down but most assuredly not "out".
> That 100 watt beacon will live to see another day!!
> --- "Bob Nelson...WMWM" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Well, that would certainly be it...as I was working
> > at
> > the time at a certain discount store offering "Good
> > Stuff Cheap" on the Lynnway, right across from the
> > G.E.! And yes maybe it was "dit-DUH-dit-dit
> > DUH-DUH-dit-DUH"!
> > The only Morse Code I know is "SOS" :)
> > --- Brian Vita <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > The actual transmitter is located at the Lynnway
> > > entrance to GE. You can
> > > see the longwire there. It's co-located with a
> > UHF
> > > fan marker that is now
> > > more commonly used to mark the location.
> > > > Are you sure it may not have been
> > "dit-DUH-dit-dit
> > > DUH-DUH-dit-DUH"? For
> > > > that is indeed "LQ" in Morse.
> Peter Q. George (K1XRB)
> Whitman, Massachusetts
> "Scanning the bands since 1967"
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