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jeff3432

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is there anything that a cb radio operator can do to deal with rude cb radio operators in barrie ontario canada.
 

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I'm not familiar with Canada's CB rules, but I would say just change the channel, or ignore them. CB is full of rude people. There are also many good CBer's out there too.
 
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contact your loacl F.C.C. office in canada
Um it is Industry Canada, and I doubt they will do anything about it unless they are causing harmful interference to a Licensed user.
 

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I doubt that the officials will do anything about it since rudeness is impolite but not illegal; so you could move to another channel or just ignore them, but they will always be around.

There are idiots in every walk of life and that's never going to change...unfortunately!


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