|00:00||Opening Theme||“Give It All Away”, by midliFeCrisis, from the album “Live from the Loft”|
|00:54||Introduction||Recording live from the vehicle, Dave Yates style.
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|04:51||Dayton||The Dayton Hamvention is coming up. Look for the Linux in the Ham Shack table at Dayton and say hello to Russ, K5TUX. Unfortunately, Richard will not be able to attend due to job commitments. (We'll miss you! -Ed.)|
|05:14||Thanks, again, to Jerry Taylor for his kind remarks about us on his podcast, The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast. There are a number of good amateur radio podcasts, now. Some are:|
|06:08||This episode is being recorded on a Sansa Clip while Richard is driving. Apologies for any pops and clicks.|
|07:12||Song||“Funky Way” by Mark Hummel, from the album “Retro-Active”.|
Every VHF and UHF repeater pair within 70 miles of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area is taken. So, why can't you find someone to talk to after 11:00pm? Years ago, that was not the case. Is the 2m band dead at night in your area? Any idea why? Let me know. Around here, 2m is busy at drive times, and a few nets in the evening, but after that, nothing. If we don't use it, we'll lose it.
|26:05||Song||“Smack Talkin' Mama” by Ray Campi, Kevin Fennell from the album “Hard Rockin' Head Knockin'”|
|31:11||Conclusion||Send feedback about show, web site, anything else.
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KB5JBV on D-Star via port C on the NE5R repeater.
Closing theme music is “We Gotta Go” by David Henderson at Podsafe Audio.