Oh sure. Spend the bucks for a CB or FRS communications system and what do you get? Your riding buddy talking over the air about his butt rash or how that cloud looks like the outboard motor he got from his uncle but never got running, or pointless observations about how cold or hot it is. Makes you want to scream, don’t it? Before you tune everything out or tear it all off in frustration, try the Wireless Banality Blocker. Speech-recognition technology invented for the disabled now makes putting the kibosh on stupid-ass conversations a snap. It’s pre-programmed to screen out all lame comments and banalities, allowing important phrases like ‘There’s a cop’ and ‘I just hit reserve’ to come through fine. The ‘blocker’ module installs between any transceiver and antenna, and the control uniconveniently mounts anywhere on your bike.
Works like call-blocking and call-waiting, only better. Expect a slight learning curve as the word-recognition system builds its initial vocabulary. Specify English or Spanish.