Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Calling All Help Offered
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 16:08:41 -0800
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On Sun, 19 Jan 2003 20:50:15 GMT, "Ed Price" wrote:
>"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
Are you unfamiliar with the idiom expression: To site something
chapter and verse?
>The fines and auction proceeds go into the Federal treasury, not the beer
>fund in Columbia.
Who said anything about a beer fund?
>Congress has significantly reduced the size of the FCC. Email your
>congressman for filter advice.
Their size yes, their authority, no.