It was announced today that Kellogg's and the Federal Communications
Commission have signed a pact to issue Amateur Radio Licenses on
specially marked boxes of Corn Flakes.
In this unprecedented move the FCC believes this will not hurt amateur
radio but allow all individuals to receive an amateur radio license
without having to demonstrate any skills with the exception of being
able to use a pair of scissors to cut out their operating permit from
the breakfast cereal box.
Kellogg's spokesperson commented that they were proud to have been
selected by the government to be the issuer of licenses for amateur
radio in the US and hope to soon make an agreement with other cereal
loving countries. They also expect that will be issuing certificates
of achievement for DXCF for confirmed contacts with 100 corn flakers.
Tnx es 73
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