From: "Ed Price"
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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Calling All Help Offered
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 20:50:15 GMT
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Organization: Cox Communications
"EEng" wrote in message
> On 19 Jan 2003 11:29:07 -0800, jwill@AstraGate.net (John Michael
> Williams) wrote:
> >FCC sent back an Email, saying the interference
> >was my fault for not having a "filter", and
> >appending a list of commercial vendors of power
> >cord filters (ferrites, mostly). How much
> >were they paid for that?
> >I wrote again, saying the interference still was
> >occurring, with a filter, and FCC simply refused
> >to reply. They are a pack of lazy spectrum marketers,
> >crafting and recrafting their regulations so
> >they won't have to be bothered expending any effort
> >on complaints.
> >Subtract the FCC from the Federal Government, and
> >you have the same government. The miracle of
> >the loaves and fishes . . ..
> >Go ahead, take a bite at the toll-free number
> The FCC does not reply, respond, investigate, or pursue any complaint
> that does not call out a specific violation of a specific code; and
> then they do so only for their own benefit. They are not interested
> in helping you or anyone but themselves. If you can site chapter and
> verse the code that is being violated and offer proof of such
> violation, then and only then will they intervene, but only for their
> own purposes and the fines they can levy.
The CFR does not contain chapters and verses. Try singing titles and
The fines and auction proceeds go into the Federal treasury, not the beer
fund in Columbia.
Congress has significantly reduced the size of the FCC. Email your
congressman for filter advice.