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    Quote Originally Posted by boombox4 View Post
    Do you think the Federal government is very concerned about the AM band for emergency and disaster reasons?
    I think it's the only thing they care about. The problem is that as listenership declines, there will be fewer radios being made that can receive AM, and therefore fewer people who'll be able to hear the emergency warnings. But they aren't thinking long term at the FCC.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    I think it's the only thing they care about. The problem is that as listenership declines, there will be fewer radios being made that can receive AM, and therefore fewer people who'll be able to hear the emergency warnings. But they aren't thinking long term at the FCC.
    To expand that to dystopian thought, when our enemies get tired of just hacking our computer networks and decide to do some REAL damage, think tasty fried IC chips, nuked to perfection. The killer (pardon the pun) app for AM and your Mother's Oats crystal set.

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