There seems to be some kind of
altercation going on in Sydney, Australia, not unlike some incidents
in the UK during the 1980s, these 2 reports come from TV news
reports in February 2008. From the reports, it is not clear whether
these people are actually CBers or Radio Amateurs.
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record the input frequency of a repeater, to avoiding all the jamming etc.
It has come to our attention that our
theme tune, The Laughing Policeman
(Billie Grey), sung by Charles Penrose, may be the subject
of copyright infringement, and what may well be one of the earliest
examples! We have been sent a recording of The Laughing Song sung by George W
Johnson (An American negro) from a wax cylinder recorded between
1894 & 1898, which we believe predates The Laughing Policeman by
some 25+ years! Whilst not the same song, it is remarkably similar to such an extent
that it can barely be a coincidence.