Fred, it is my bad, I meant F4 for my call-sign. What does that mean!?
It sent my call-sign immediately, just like it was suppose to do.
I don't like the way this is headed. Why are you using the past tense?
Since I don't touch it, I must have did something to get this result.
You can enjoy sport when you're 5 year old or if you're 50 year old (BBC!)
Norway have beated Montenegro 26-23 in an incredibly tense final of the women's Handball (London 2012).
The men are up tomorrow as Hungary battle Croatia for the Bronze medal and Sweden take on France and in the final (London 2012).
Caribbean islands hunker down as Isaac churns. I know they mean "prepare" and the storm "grows"!
A lot more.....
I'm running to the bank. I think you're driving there!
The American use of any word starting in S - now said as 'sch', instead
of 'sss' plus the removal of Ts. Worst case heard so far? On the BBC
World Service 'Trending' on 2015-07-26 an American repeatedly saying
'Schreaming' instead of 'streaming'! Argh.
and the Top 10 worst:
insightful - in almost every sentence on MSNBC
going forward - you mean 'in the future' or 'in future'
effecatiousness - heard on Mythbusters and others
medication - you mean medicine.....
very unique - it's either unique or it's not
two times - you mean twice
three-fourths - you mean three quarters
meters (metres) - here are 12 meters , not 39 feet!!!
"that's a great question" - almost every question being answered on BBC America News
one year anniversary, six-month anniversary, etc. - you clearly don't know what anniversary means.....