Stations typically Never Pick A Fight With A Woman Older Than 40 They’Ll Put You In The Trunk And Help People Look For You Shirt monitor 3 stations: 1. NOAA all-hazards radio (National Weather Service) 2. The AM PEP (Primary Entry Point) station 3. The FM PEP station. If you could somehow get your message on one of those stations, it might be forwarded by other stations. The tones you hear at the beginning of an EAS activation are actually encoded data. That tells what kind of alert it is, among other information. Most radio stations are automated and their ENDEC boxes are set to filter out. Everything that isn’t a life-threatening event (basically just tornado warnings).
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So, IF you got your message on Never Pick A Fight With A Woman Older Than 40 They’Ll Put You In The Trunk And Help People Look For You Shirt. The AM PEP (the other two are usually just backups) and IF the header indicated it was something like a tornado warning, then yes, you could probably take control of most of the stations in your area for a couple of minutes. And then the FBI and the FCC would come to rip you a new asshole. I used to pick up stations that were over 700 miles away without trouble. A little scratchy, but certainly listenable, and that was with a dinky little antenna. If you had a good one, it would have been clear as day.