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WMFQ (Where's My F*cking QSL?) was a shortwave pirate station active from the late 90s into the mid-00s. Program material consisted of music clips, often abbreviated and slowed down or sped up, punctuated by the ops shouting something to the effect of "Tired of writing to radio stations that don't QSL? Write to us!", followed by the maildrop address. The implication was that other pirates did not QSL, and that they would; this message was not appreciated by certain other pirate stations.

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