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RE: FM reception

But, do you see, that maybe not all members of th elist WANT to read about
Baltimore unless they are receiving our stations? I receive WBAL and WTOP
but that's obvious and stuff. I think many other people agree with me. You
don't like me b/c im 13 and you work at Channel 22 and I was a kid reporter
on Channel 40 when I was younger, and therefore like Channel 40 better. When
I subscribed to the list, it said to keep it focused on Boston and the New
England area, and when I don't know what they are talking about when they
talk about Baltimore.. how am I supposed to know when I've only been there
twice? I'd really like to have a clue on what's going on when people post on
this list. I really like this list- it's unique and not many people are into
radio at my age, but I got it from my grandfather who operated a CB radio
and I was immediately interested in it. My FM Radio station received list is
@ http://adamskewlsite.freeservers.com/fmradio.html. Thank you for
considering my views.. and please, try not to be mean to everyone else that
doesn't agree with you.



-----Original Message-----
From: Michael P Fitzpatrick Jr. [mailto:fitzradio@the-spa.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2001 1:42 AM
To: adamrivers@prodigy.net
Subject: RE: FM reception


With all due respect I can speak for myself. This "we" crap is actually just
your opinion and I would appreciate it if you left the rules of the list to
Garrett Wohlman who is the moderator. Any problems you have with the list
should be directed towards him personally.


--Mike Fitzpatrick

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org
> [mailto:owner-boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org]On Behalf Of Adam
> Rivers
> Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 4:52 PM
> To: Robert Paine
> Cc: boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org
> Subject: RE: FM reception
> This list is supposed to be for New England and new york. We don't care
> about weather conditions in Maryland.. we care about what happens
> here. So,
> please, since not many of us know anything about what your talking about..
> please don't post it and use up important email space.
> Adam
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org
> [mailto:owner-boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org]On Behalf Of Robert
> Paine
> Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 1:50 PM
> To: Boston Radio Interest
> Subject: FM reception
> Not a lot to report from the Western Shore, 20-30 miles south of
> Annapolis.
> The usual oldies stations - WBIG, 100.3, Wash DC; WQSR, 105.7, Baltimore,
> and WTDK, 106.9 on the Eastern Shore - have been affected by the
> conditions.
> The first two are usually strongest, Oldies 100 more so, and WTDK
> - The Duck
> (honestly, I don't know why they call the station that but then,
> why call a
> minor league team The Shorebirds?) is marginal except within a
> mile or so of
> the coast.   Yesterday, BIG and QSR were fading all over the
> place while The
> Duck came in strong, even with a local-grade signal in some places.
> Also a problem is nearby 98 Star (98.3), Lexington Park-Waldorf-Prince
> Frederick and somewhere else (legal ID). Some nights it almost
> undetectable
> but lately it has at times been the dominant station.
> Cable TV is affected as well. 1 (The Weather Channel) through 14 (Northern
> Virginia) are sometimes unviewable during the day hours.
> 2/Baltimore may as
> well not be there, such is the signal degradation at times.
>  Macandrew
> >On the whole, I'd rather be in Great Yarmouth.<