World Radio Day 13 February 2015 1915..... By Isabel Cutter
Meanwhile on a navy ship somewhere on the Atlantic
Brripp--brrrrrr--brripp. Brripp--brripp!" (burp)
Koko: What’s that annoying sound?
Teddy: The Burp Sound?
Koko: Yes that all I have heard since we have boarded this navy ship!
Teddy: Doll chill it’s just the telegraph system, new wireless.
Koko: Wireless, Magnetic or electric. Using oscillating frequencies.
Teddy: All three!
Koko: I am glad it’s not the old switchboard telephone system. At least the ribbon is there in the morning.
Koko: It’s not secure system yet.
Koko: The idiot from Somerset promontory bay has not encrypted his Morse code.
Teddy: Yes an idiot (ha-ha!)
Koko: Somalia heard him. The moors are the best encryption writers out there.
Teddy: That's your childhood sweetheart, the aviator...
Koko: What they have stationed him there!
Teddy: Yes doll that explains why you deciphered it and I couldn't.
Koko: So how was the wireless project commissioned .
Teddy: The telegraph paper paid the transatlantic team to do the work alongside the United States Navy and British Navy.
Koko: Who was the final benefactor ?
Teddy: A Barbie named Issy…
Koko: Say no more. This is why she is now brunette (Brripp--brrrrrr--brripp. Brripp—brripp)
Teddy: They installed cables in the sea beds internationally.
Koko: I hope the boys used my new microfibre cable.
Teddy: I got that last bit of the code... Get Koko to send me tights for the women at home.
Koko: Must be for his latest Rowntree British Darling to celebrate World Radio Day for Youth Voices
Teddy: You will always be my American Sweetheart.
Koko: Damn Straight!
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Isabel M Cutter