Cb radio

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Yes, it's unlikely to work very well, since it's line-of-sight, Wales is full of hills and in rural Wales, there's hardly a massive population. I don't think the sheep are into CB radio either.
 

theoriginalphantom

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Was the dark of the moon on the sixth of June
In a Kenworth pullin' logs
Cab-over Pete with a reefer on
And a Jimmy haulin' hogs
We is headin' for bear on I-one-oh
'Bout a mile outta Shaky Town
I says, "Pig Pen, this here's the Rubber Duck.
"And I'm about to put the hammer down."

[Chorus]
Cause we got a little convoy
Rockin' through the night.
Yeah, we got a little convoy,
Ain't she a beautiful sight?
Come on and join our convoy
Ain't nothin' gonna get in our way.
We gonna roll this truckin' convoy
'Cross the U-S-A.
Convoy!
 
INT ZRX

hang on, wrong lot.

"Pigpen you got your ears on"?
 
I drove long-distance throughout that CB period, and christ I still cringe now when I think of the faux American shyte we used to come out with.
 
Radio World (1980's radio lover's publication) carried out a user poll of CB users in England in 1985.

Out of 1,123 regular female CB users, 1,123 had vaginas resembling burst couches.

True dit is dat.
 
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Mistress_Weatherwax

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OK all I was thinking of was getting basic gear in case of total societal breakdown due to Ebola or some other thing. Never mind will get on the net and some how find equipment myself. Nurses are nothing if not resourceful. Out.
 
Does anybody actually use CB radios anymore?
 
Rather than CB radio I think what you're really after is ham radio, an entirely different thing.
 

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