Roger, Roger. But Shirely you meant otherwise.
Now for the rest of the story:
In actual radio transmission, the words over and out signal different things. Over
signals that the operator has finished
a transmission and is awaiting a reply
from the other side. Out
signals that the operator has finished a transmission and expects nothing
back from the other side. To use the terms together is a bit of a non sequitur.
In Latin, non sequitur means "it does not follow."
Maybe my post here will set off a raging, early Winter tirade tsunami of trifling word use argument
discussion . It is Winter, and a bit slow on the forum.