RFC Show Notes Episode 046

00:00 Disclaimer Richard assures us that this episode was not influenced by his recent interaction with the Dallas Amateur Radio Club.
00:58 Opening Theme “Hand-Picked” by John Williams, from the album “Long Ride Home”
01:51 Introduction Another episode recorded mobile.  One of a few recorded prior to some significant dental work.
03:02 Announcements Keep an eye on the Contributing Listener Area of the Resonant Frequency website.
                     Remember to use the Amazon and Audible links on the website for your purchases.
                     The best way to help the show is to make a donation via the Donate button on the website.  Thank you.
04:51 Feedback Look for feedback the next time Richard records in his studio.
05:37 Topic The use of the phrase “riffraff“. Through the years, this phrase has been used to describe CBers, no-code Technicians, no-code Extras unwelcome club members, etc.  Now we hear it on D-Star repeaters, referring to folks that can't afford the new D-Star radios.  Remember, we were all new at the hobby at one time and we should be encouraging and mentoring (Elmering) our fellow hams and those interested in joining the hobby.  What do you think?  Let Richard know.
17:15 Conclusion Check out Linux in the Ham Shack and Black Sparrow Media.
  Contact info Send feedback about the show, the web site, or anything else.
       Email Richard at kb5jbv@gmail.com
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       KB5JBV on D-Star via the NT5RN repeater.
       Fan pages at Facebook for Resonant Frequency and Linux in the Ham Shack.
18:44 Song “Time to Take Out the Trash” by Brad Sucks from the album “I Don't Know What I'm Doing
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