Likewise, I put an address into this site located one block from our County
Communication Center which has significant tower presence (and has for years)
and came up with NADA.
But if you want to visit MY webpage, I guarantee you I can generate a list of
houses that have used lead-based paint on their siding in your neighborhood...
Don't let YOUR children play in or around a hazardous materials site!!!...
And all of this timely information, my friends, can be yours for a single,
one-time $4.99 donation to my PayPal account! ;-)
73 de Bob - K0RC
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 12:07:54 -0700 (PDT)
From: Hector Garcia XE2K <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Website Alarms the Public about ANTENNAS
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Some one whant to make some money from the panic of
the common people.
better than avoid antennas , avoid the use of the
--- Dave Tipton <email@example.com> wrote:
> Well, I ran a search, put in my own address, and
> discovered that not only do they not have MY
> installation listed, but they don't have the hotel
> that is 3 blocks away (And one of the higher points
> in the county, with literally dozens of antennas on
> it) either.
> I suspect that they're just a waste of time.
> W0UN -- John Brosnahan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here is what the web site has to say about
> antennas, preying on
> the fears of the public.
> Did You Know?
> There are over 1.7 Million Antennas in the US?
> Many are placed near Homes and Schools!
> Some are even disguised as trees and light poles!
> You could have one next door and not even know it!
> Protect Your Family!
> Find out where they are and who OWNS them!
> Detect new ones before they are built!
> Check your Home, Office, Kid's Schools, and more ...
> START YOUR ANTENNA SEARCH NOW for only $9.95
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