Article of the Day………ok so i don’t have an article seven days a week, but when i get a chance I will post content I find interesting. Fortunate enough here is one of these articles that I read and had to share. If you enjoy it as much as me, please add one of those special social media likes, you know the one that tells everyone that you loved something, rather than you sat on your arse and watched Television!
My Girlfriend and I recently started watching ‘The X-Files’ in the evenings.
It all started when my friend Kieran practically begged me to borrow his series 1 box set. He went on and on about it until I eventually acquiesced. When I was little, I was somewhat impressionable and easily upset by TV, so I only saw a handful of first-run X-Files episodes. I remember one where a guy had to eat people’s brains in order to survive, another that featured Golden Age Hollywood ghosts haunting an old film set and a bizarre black and white episode about a deformed character who was in love with Cher.
Watching it as an adult, the series is a lot of fun, not to mention massively addictive. It is easy to see how it became such a worldwide phenomenon. What’s really cool is that I’ve always tended to view movieland’s myriad FBI, CIA and secret agent characters as untrustworthy ‘spooks’ and yet The X-Files portrays them as heroes, relatable, Human and sexy. I kinda like that.
This has made me a little more interested in the idea of getting a Kenwood Earpiece. Beforehand, I can’t say I’d ever really though about it, but after blazing through series 1 of the hit 90’s show (and grabbing series 2 from CEX over the weekend), I’m a lot more interested in getting a hold of one and bumbling about in the dark in search of unexplained phenomena.
The reason I specifically suggested a Kenwood Earpiece, is actually pretty simple. The Kenwood Corporation, operating out of Tokyo, Japan, has been making quality amateur radio gear since 1946. If you’re going to get a radio, or any radio-related peripheral (try saying that one three times fast), then Kenwood is the obvious choice to go with.
Kenwood make earpieces to fit both multi-pin and 2-pin setups, so they’ve got pretty much all your bases covered. Plus, their reputation speaks for itself. If you happen to be involved in some ‘sensitive’ work, then a discreet radio earpiece is easier and less intrusive than lifting a chunky two-way up to your mouth and receiving a loud signal for all around you to hear.
Kenwood’s stuff is professional quality, but equally awesome if all you want to do is don a trench coat, grab a big-ass torch and disappear into the darkness in search of the unknown.
Perhaps you’ll get some messages from the spirit world, who knows? What is certain is that you’ll get a few funny looks, earpiece or no earpiece…
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