People need someone to blame, "It must be the dadgum ex-CBers!" Conveniently forgetting that this stuff has always gone on. I recall 75 being pretty bad in that regard in the 70s and 80s, at least. The difference today? The relative lack of FCC enforcement. Now, I don't really know if we should have been as afraid of the FCC monitors as many of us were in the 70s, say, but they sure had put the fear of God in us and we tended to behave just a little better. Most of us, but not all of us. But it's certainly true that most are aware that you have to do something really bad to get the FCC to notice you today...a lot worse than forgetting to ID after ten minutes.