Tuesday, May 15, 2018

See You in Xenia

My Internet presence will be sporadic from now until Monday as I will be traveling to and from the Dayton, Ohio area to attend the annual ham radio convention, Hamvention.

I will try to post when I can, but my dance card is usually so full during Hamvention that I have very little time to get on the net.

If you are attending Hamvention, I will be staffing TAPR's booths in Building 5 of the Greene County Fairgrounds in Xenia, Ohio. Maybe we can have an eyeball QSO!

Anyways, I am cutting this post short because I have to finish packing.

And so it goes.










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Wearing Yumi Kim (Source: Rent the Runway)




Hari Nef
Hari Nef on Internet television's Transparent (2016).

5 comments:

  1. I was in Xenia back in the mid-1970 installing emergency two-way radios in the hospital and ambulances are the city got hit with tornado. They were duplex EKG/voice radios on 467/468 MHz. They were the same radios as on the old television show "Emergency" (the show used dummy radios that we made for them). The company used to be located in New Britain CT

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    1. Wow! I loved Emergency! So much that we watched the entire series on Netflix a couple of years ago.
      Great to know that there was a New England connection and a person in my circle involved. Thank you for sharing your story, Diana.
      Heather

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  2. Xenia is totally redoing (paving and installing new signals) in it's downtown area! Hopefully the work will be about done by the time you get there! :)

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  3. AnonymousMay 15, 2018

    _ _ ... ..._ _ Thats '73' for the key-less.
    https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/01/88-or-how-telegraphers-coded-love-and-kisses/282850/

    Velma Dinkley

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    1. My family got into CB's in the 70's. I remember Mom and Dad signing off when Dad got to work saying, "seventy-threes and eighty-eights."

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