Friday, February 03, 2006

If Space Suits Could Talk

I'm sure they'd state the obvious, "Not much goin' on up here. Little chilly. Have the Oscars aired yet? Any idea what film won for Best Picture?"

I'm just guessing at this. I don't have a HAM radio so I might be way off base. If you do have a HAM radio, tune it to FM frequency 145.990 MHz, where the deejay will be comin' atcha from space.

Who's got a HAM radio?


northside777 said...

What do you think about all this trouble caused by those Danish cartoons about Mohammed?

Butternut said...

Is this the MTV music awards?

NickDSchultz said...

I dunno what you're talking about so I'll just say this:

Ham is a delicious food. Especially in sandwich form...

Clinton Freeman said...

I had a build your own radio kit from Radio Shack, but I could barely get it to do anything.
I owned a Panasonic radio that include CB and HAM frequencies. I bought it around 1975 and it was way before boomboxes.
What I usually heard where the Coast Guard, a lot of Eastern European languages, and English with the strangest accents I ever heard. (I assumed they came from the UN.)
I'm sure there are still a lot of them in the third world and the former Soviet Union. I think they still use them on boats. I don't know if you can listen to them on your home computer.
I suspect quite a few US schools either bought them when the were all the rage or inherited one when some geek's mom made him clean the garage.