Well, if this is true, we are not exactly convincing the Iraqis with our might. First we use microwaves and take the TV out temporarily, they are back on air. Then we bomb them and shortly thereafter they are back on air.
Time for a MOAB and the heck with what else it hits around there. This is becoming ridiculous!
Well, how hard will it be to find out where the signal is originating?
posted on 03/25/2003 11:24:57 PM PST
(Liberate the Axis of Evil)
>>Coalition troops are engaging Iraqi forces in fierce fighting in Basra, Najaf and Nasiriyah.<<
They left out the town of Yvan Eht Nioj.
Fox says it's off now.
Was taken off with an e-bomb; came back; was taken off with a conventional bomb and is off.
Announced one minute ago live by Brian Wilson on Fox News Channel.
posted on 03/25/2003 11:28:53 PM PST
(Hitlery: das Butch von Buchenvald)
Iraqi Strikes Hit Baghdad.
How the hell do Iraqis strike their own capital? Inquiring minds would like to know.
They will say "the infidel knocked us off air with their mighty bombs and allah brought it back on"
The sat link is gone so for most of Iraq the TV station is nothing but white snow. They came back up on a local transmitter and as long as the people in the capital still have a set of rabbit ears in the closet they might get a signal. However now their transmitter is a beacon for HARM missiles. The weak local signal says what we want to say quite well.
Kinda like a turkey shoot.
Fox just reported that iraqi international and uday's tv station (which reaches the entire country) are out 100% but a small and very week local channel is still up.
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