Why are some people still using Morris code? What do you think they are saying?!

Question: Why are some people still using Morris code!? What do you think they are saying!?
When conditions are bad (lots of noise etc) on the radio frequencies, Morse code gets through to communicate!. This can be helpful in an emergency!. Unfortunately it is no longer a requirement for any class of Amateur radio license!.

I learned it to get my license, but don't use it, so I am very rusty at it!


Morris is a cat!.

Morse is a code!.

It's a binary system of communication!. There is no other when there's need for such a thing!. It's also a standardized system of communication that not everyone can understand, so it's a way to speak in code when necessary!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

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