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ok, the following is  a new mag I'm workin on...I put it up so you guys could give me your opinions of the concept and the general format of the text...Please don't E me...give your impressions on line...that way I can have a more well rounded opinion because everyone can consider everyone else opinion (what?) Thanx for the help...oB


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INTRODUCTION 

MoMAGZ,  What  is  it?  Well I subscribe to ALOT of magazines, like 50! And it
occurred to me that I shouldn't be the only recipient of the immense knowledge
of information I get weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, and  yearly.  So  I  created
MoMAGZ'. From  time  to  time  (at  least  every month) I will put out another
edition  of MoMAGZ'  containing the  best of  the best  articles I  have  read
since....well  since  the last issue  of MoMagz'. Occasionally I will dig into
the  archives  and  re-print a  decent  articles  from eras gone past, (in the
online  world thats about a week) but in  general  MoMAGZ'  will  only contain
articles from the current or possibly previous month it was released.

* NOTE * While MoMAGZ may be a convenience to those of you who  cannot  afford
to  spend  $1000  dollars  a  year  on magazines, it is important to note that
MoMAGZ' is no substitute for reading the original source. This in mind,  every
article  (re)printed  in  MoMagz'  will be accompanied with the MAGAZINE NAME,
ISSUE NUMBER, RELEASE DATE, ARTICLE/SECTION NAME, and AUTHOR.  Please use this
bibliographical information to locate  and  obtain  the  Source Issue  of  any
article in MoMAGZ' you find particulary interesting.  

Also, if you see anything written in brackets such as: [Dumbass!] thats just me makin a snide aside...feel free to ignore it...


ARTICLES IN THIS RELEASE

                   * MONITORING TIMES Volume 12, No. 10
                     October 1993

                   * GRAY AREAS Volume 2, No. 3
                     Fall 93


MORE MAGAZINES

MONITORING TIMES is THE  magazine  for  the  HAM  radio  enthusiasts.  Despite
having  great  articles  about the world of underground radio,  MT is a  great
source of news  about events                       in the underground world in
general. The  Communications    MONITORING TIMES   Section  of  MT,  near  the
start of every issue  always    Volume 12 No. 10   has a  good  article  about
the latest and greatest feat    October 1993       of  Radio   Piracy,  or  an
interesting expose on an FCC                       Renegade   who  is  reeking
havoc across regulated  air waves. And, of course, MT always includes its list
of  Scanner  Frequencies  for  unusual,  and  interesting  people, places, and
things. Check it out at your  local  newstand  or  call  Monitoring  Times  at
[704]-837-9200. Subscriptions Price: $19.95(US), $28.50(Elsewhere)
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                    "COMMUNICATIONS" by Larry Miller
                                     
PIRATE SHIP TO BE "BLOWN AWAY"          RAIN COAT CHARLIE ARRESTED
                                     
  The  infamous  M/V  Sarah,  former       William Irwin,  K8CQR,  or  Debray, 
home of Radio NewYork International,    Florida,  has  been fined $2000 by the
has beed purcased by MGM Pictures to    FCC. Engineers from  the  Vero  Beach,
be used in  the upcoming file  Blown    Florida, field office identified Irwin
Away,  starring Jeff  Bridges. Sarah    at his  residence as being the station
is presently  sitting in the  Boston    on 20 meters  that  identified  itself
Harbor,  being   outfitted  with  an    only as "Raincoat Charlie"
upper deck facade. We surmise she is       The FCC said that "Mr. Irwin's sole
about to meet her demise.               purpose for being on the air  appeared
  The tower and antennas  have  been    to  many to be to  harass and ridicule
rescued by former owner Alan Weiner,    other   amateurs  in   a  particularly
to be mounted on the M/V Fury, which    vulgar way."
sets  sail  in  mid-October  to  the       Raincoat  Charlie  had vowed on the
island  of Nevis  in the  Carribean.    air t hat  the  FCC  would never catch
Hopes  are  that by  Winter the  M/V    him. [HA!]
Fury  will be the first  legal  off-
shore broadcaster --  although Radio
Brod may have stolen that title.
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GRAY AREAS is a magazine which on its cover posits the point  that  'In  life,
there  is  no  black  and  white,  only  Gray  Areas.' Their scope accordingly
includes  (but is not necessarily limited to) 'Law, Music, Technology, Popular
Culture & Reviews.' In laymans                    terms,   Gray  Area   is   a
magazine  which   attempts  to    GRAY AREAS      reveal and explore the legal
and    constitutional    lines    Volume 2, No.3  (Gray Areas) that govern the
nation.  Gray Areas touts that    Fall 1993       it  is  the  ONLY  place  in
print where  'lawbreakers  can                    speak   freely   (we  [they]
gaurantee anonymity)  and law abiders and enforcers can safley  interact  with
them.' Well  I don't know what it all means but the readings certainly provide
you with a different perspective on legality and rights. Gray Areas has rather
limited  distributiuon  [at least where I live]  so  if you can't find them at
your local newstand, heres their  number: [215]-353-8238.  Subscription Price:
$26.00(US), $34.00(Foreign)
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NEXT ISSUE

Well theres no telling,  because I haven't gotten any new issues  of  anything
good since I wrote this release.  Hopefully there'll some good stuff in Wired,
Mondo 2000, or 2600. Who knows, but if it has the oB stamp of quality you know
it won't be no bullshit. Anyway  be on the look out for my latest, they should
be called:
                        MOMAGZxx.oB or MOMAGZxx.txt

Also, look for other xxxxxxxx.oB files.  Like I said, if its oB's it ain't BS.

Shouts got out to Nobody (at oB's), Disorder (at Flatline), the editors of all
the great mags I read, and to all my users at...
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