thomaswylie at sky.com
Thu Apr 15 00:57:03 PDT 2010
When I was in the polis in Glasgow we had a new civilian radio operator
just fresh out of college. One day one of our boys in blue sent a
frantic message back to control
"Look out requested for a dar blue Audio motor car reg Number blah
Our new operator managed to rebroadcast the message verbatim, but in her
computer screen she typed
"Look out requested for a dark blue NODDY motor car.................
Took her years to live it down!!
> On 13/04/2010 22:26, Ian White GM3SEK wrote:
>> David Ferrington, M0XDF wrote:
>>>> Anyone got any other suggestions for X-ray other than
> After I had just commissioned one of the first VHF police radio systems
> in the UK, the operators were told to use "proper radio procedure" -
> anyone having read the ascent of Rumdoodle will appreciate that comment..
> Anyway, whilst clearing up the tools and casually listening to traffic I
> heard the following:
> Observing a car being driven at speed from a railway station car park,
> the bobby called into the control room, requesting all officers to be on
> the lookout for a car registration TBJ 145 which he believed to be stolen.
> The inspector jumped to the desk and grabbed the microphone and tore a
> strip off the bobby for not using phonetics.
> The poor bobby replied in a rather shaky voice.. erm sorry .. thats
> Tango Bango Jango....
I am fully aware that my youth has been spent
That my get up and go - has got up and went
But I really dont mind when I think with a grin
of all the great places my "get up" has been!
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