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Re: Tell your conlang story!

From:Adam Walker <carrajena@...>
Date:Wednesday, March 1, 2006, 0:34
--- veritosproject@GMAIL.COM wrote:

> Carsten: All American stations have a 3 or 4 letter > station ID with > the FCC (the guys that run our networks and censor > our stuff. I have > a certain name for them, but I'm not sure if cursing > is allowed on the > list.). If it's east of the Mississipi River, the > first letter is a > W, if it's west it's a K. It's in the FCC > requirements to announce > this like every ten minutes, so most stations do. >
That east/west of the Mississippi is only generally true, not an absolute. Here in Dallas we are very much west of the Mississippi. Almost all of our stations are of the K*** variety, but one, the classical station I normally listen to is of the other variety -- WRR 101.1 The Classical One. (It is indeed the one and only classical station within tuning distance of Dallas/Ft. Worth.) Adam Judindu ul isu, niturvud ul regu ul Erodu, ed simu segu al toda Jerosolima, ed cumvinid todis ils daliris djils pundivichis ed als scrivas djul pobuu pera demandari djuls sis, «¿Jundi aved ninadud ul Cristu?» Mach 2:3-4


Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...>
Dana Nutter <sasxsek@...>Call Signs (was: Tell your conlang story!)