Jeff Murray K1NSS. In the sixties Jeff became WN2EXW in Whitesboro, NY. Upgrading to General, he joined the Utica Amateur Radio Club and worked 20, 40, CW, DX as WB2EXW until saying good-bye to all that in 1966. Forty-something years later he returned to the Empire State as K1NSS -- his sentimental vanity suffix references the Navy station that he says patiently taught him V, D, E, N and S, his first five letters of Morse, received on his first shortwave set, an Ocean Hopper. Amateur radio not quite aside, I also draw a web cartoon feature called Dash! The Dog-Faced Ham. In the 1980s, I drew comics for alternative media like the New York Press, Baltimore/DC City Papers and San Diego Reader, plus editorial cartoons for a chain of suburban Boston weeklies.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 55.79MB - Duration: 2:01:52 m (64 kbps 44100 Hz)