The world is only what we see.
The world seen by another might not agree, and so we turn to part 15 broadcasting as a place to focus our particular world view.
A personal radio station can be very satisfying, until you try to explain to a distant neighbor that you receive a station he can’t.
In the sublime world of perfection brought by part 15, as we enjoy the ideal radio station of our own making, we stand apart from a common world where mass programming drags down average quality.
Perhaps it is apart 15, a radio medium that puts us apart from the ordinary.