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Short wave musings

I was flipping through the shortwave bands on my radio while doing dishes last night. I had forgotten what you could find floating out on those airwaves. I got to hear some crackling shows coming out of Havana, and Moscow.  It sounded like you would expect old time radio to sound like; whistling away, having to listen closely through the occasional bit of static as comic rays past by.
If you wondered where you could find the strange modern day prophets. Check no further. Out on the edge of the ionosphere there was an awful lot of stations preaching messianic Christianity.
I think shortwave is just too cool, I can still listen to the world with out having to use the web.
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