While Christmas shopping yesterday I spotted a guy in a blue and white t-shirt that said "WEST COAST ROCK RADIO 92.8 FM SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA." I think it was an example of what I call "fake nostalgia" clothing that you find at stores like Old Navy who specialize in t-shirts with vintage graphics from rock bands, biker bars, colleges, campgrounds, automotive supplies, audio equipment and a zillion other things. Sometimes these shirts feature actual name brands but just as often they're retro-looking fakes. I don't know why these fake ones have always bothered me but none so much as that radio shirt from yesterday.
The 92.8 frequency is not used in San Diego or North America for that matter, where all stations end in 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7 and 0.9 MHZ.
KIOZ, an actual Rock station in San Diego, California.