Posted by Davoud on September 20, 2006, 11:52 pm
You said it yourself -- call-in agitation format. Between that and
commercials, I find that I have to /pay/ too high a price for AM radio.
usenet *at* davidillig *dawt* com
Posted by Bill on September 21, 2006, 2:49 am
It sure is nice living in the boondocks. Do you need a musical horn to hold
a traffic jam or do you just beep the original equipment?
Posted by Michael Pardee on September 22, 2006, 3:43 am
Ya got me on that.
Posted by CHUCK MARTIN on September 19, 2006, 5:14 pm
if i ever accidentially were to tune in the flush limbaugh show ot hackhead
hannity, i'd have to get rid of my prius cause my car would comtaminated
with right wing bullshit
Posted by A Sherman on August 31, 2006, 1:07 am
"humin32" wrote ...
Today, I tried out the AM reception northwest of Boston in my 2005 with the
standard radio. I used the seek button to find stations and counted those
that I considered to have clear, "listenable" sound.
Driving along I-495, seek found about 20 decently listenable stations in a
pass across the AM band. I was surprised to find a slightly smaller number
(maybe 16 to 18) of similar quality while driving along Rte 128. The number
was somewhat reduced by static when driving some local roads with power lines.