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Re: 24 hour Feld Hell Sprint this Saturday!

scollaysquarewriter <WB2HTO@...>
 

Non-members send their names

sri fer not explaining that

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, Ross Primrose N4RP <n4rp@...> wrote:

scollaysquarewriter wrote:
The Feld Hell Club wraps up 2009 with a 24-hour Sprint celebrating the birthday of the man who invented Hellschrieber, Dr. Rudolph Hell.

EXCHANGE: RST, FH #, COUNTRY

POINTS: 3 for a each member QSO, 1 for a non-member QSO. You get points for a QSO with the same ham on a different band.
What do we need to get from non-members in place of their FH#?

73, Ross N4RP

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Re: Is it me. a little off psk...

Mike Flowers
 

Stealth notes! Very clever, Milt !!

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 8:42 AM, Milton Garb <w6qe@verizon.net> wrote:



A story I have to tell on myself...I was a Naval Aviator...went to
preflight briefing...too notes...wx, freq's, etc... in red ink...just wasn't
thinking...night flight...turned on cockpit lights...my notes went
invisable!...Never did that again!
Milt.
W6QE

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry Van Horn
To: 070@yahoogroups.com <070%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, December 11, 2009 4:46 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........

In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done that
on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy world and
old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/

----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com <070%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........

I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably done
something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few
weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some weak signals
on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no
takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on
the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band
from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I
found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I happened
to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a
setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed
that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP
on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale).
Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com<kc2gik%40justinmattes.com>>
wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com<kc2gik%40justinmattes.com>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com <070%40yahoogroups.com>>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM

Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751

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Re: Is it me. a little off psk...

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

A story I have to tell on myself...I was a Naval Aviator...went to preflight briefing...too notes...wx, freq's, etc... in red ink...just wasn't thinking...night flight...turned on cockpit lights...my notes went invisable!...Never did that again!
Milt.
W6QE

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry Van Horn
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, December 11, 2009 4:46 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/

----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........

I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM

Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751

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Re: Is it me.........

John Kemker <john@...>
 

Been a systems administrator on midrange computer systems for longer than I care to remember. We always called it "PEBCAK" (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard) or something even less unflattering.

--JohnK
73 de W5NNH
10X 75371/M&M 117/SMIRK 6185/Six Club 285/TRA 2499/Norcross 228 F&AM



Mike Flowers wrote:

AKA - wetware bug ...

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 7:56 AM, Jim Innis <jinnis@swbell.net> wrote:


In computer world, we also refer to it as a "picnic". "_P_roblem _i_n
_c_hair, _n_ot _i_n _c_omputer"

Jim, K5SP

melachri wrote:

In the computer world, I'd heard this referred to as a "skinware bug."
But that was before the software applications started using the term
"skins" to refer to different GUI color schemes.

Steve
W3HF


In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done
that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy
world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/ <http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/>


----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com<070%2540yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably
done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after
a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some
weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out.
Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna
switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner
seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so
I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I
happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy
load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the
proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an
antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked
someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can
share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration
management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com<070%2540yahoogroups.com>

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751







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Re: Is it me.........

Mike Flowers
 

AKA - wetware bug ...

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 7:56 AM, Jim Innis <jinnis@swbell.net> wrote:

In computer world, we also refer to it as a "picnic". "_P_roblem _i_n
_c_hair, _n_ot _i_n _c_omputer"

Jim, K5SP

melachri wrote:

In the computer world, I'd heard this referred to as a "skinware bug."
But that was before the software applications started using the term
"skins" to refer to different GUI color schemes.

Steve
W3HF

In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done
that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy
world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/ <http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/>


----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
> > To: 070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com<070%2540yahoogroups.com>

Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably
done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after
a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some
weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out.
Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna
switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner
seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so
I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I
happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy
load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the
proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an
antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked
someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can
share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration
management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com<070%2540yahoogroups.com>

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751








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Re: Is it me.........

Jim K5SP
 

In computer world, we also refer to it as a "picnic". "_P_roblem _i_n _c_hair, _n_ot _i_n _c_omputer"

Jim, K5SP

melachri wrote:


In the computer world, I'd heard this referred to as a "skinware bug." But that was before the software applications started using the term "skins" to refer to different GUI color schemes.

Steve
W3HF

In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done
that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/ <http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/>


----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably
done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I
happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked
someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com>>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751







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NZ4O Daily LF/MF/HF/6M Frequency Radiowave Propagation Forecast

Thomas F. Giella NZ4O <nz4o@...>
 

The NZ4O Daily LF/MF/HF/6M Frequency Radiowave Propagation Forecast #2009-39 has been published on Friday 12/11/2009 at 1400 UTC, valid 0000 UTC Saturday 12/12/2009 through 2359 UTC Friday 12/18/2009 at http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o3.htm .

73 & GUD DX,
Thomas F. Giella, NZ4O
Lakeland, FL, USA
nz4o@arrl.net


LF/MF/HF/VHF/UHF Frequency Radiowave Propagation Email Reflector: http://lists.contesting.com/mailman/listinfo/spaceweather
NZ4O Daily Solar Space Weather & Geomagnetic Data Archive: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o1.htm
NZ4O Solar Space Weather & Geomagnetic Data In Graphic & Image Format: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o2.htm
NZ4O Daily LF/MF/HF/6M Frequency Radiowave Propagation Forecast & Archive: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o3.htm
NZ4O Solar Cycle 24 Forecast Discussion & Archive: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o4.htm
NZ4O 160 Meter Radio Propagation Theory Notes: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o5.htm
NZ4O Solar Space Weather & Geomagnetic Raw Forecast Data Links: http://www.wcflunatall.com/nz4o6.htm


Re: Is it me.........

Steve W3HF
 

In the computer world, I'd heard this referred to as a "skinware bug." But that was before the software applications started using the term "skins" to refer to different GUI color schemes.

Steve
W3HF

In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/


----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751

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Re: Is it me.........

Larry Van Horn <n5fpw@...>
 

In Naval Aviation we call that cockpit problems and yes, I have done that on more than one occasion. I have just written it off to a busy world and old age. ;-)))

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
Brasstown, NC USA
MT Assistant/Review/Technical Editor
Milcom/What's New/First Look Columnist
Milcom Monitoring Post at
http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/

----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Dallmann
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........



I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably done something similar). A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things). I heard some weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no takers. I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was). The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.

Fast forward to the next day. Doing something else in the shack, I happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a setting I don't typically use). Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.

In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.

73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com> wrote:

From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751








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Re: Is it me.........

Ross Primrose N4RP <n4rp@...>
 

Eric Dallmann wrote:
In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale). Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.
I do that every time I turn on my 2m handy talkie ;-)

73, Ross N4RP

--
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Re: Is it me.........

Eric Dallmann
 

Randy's a few miles from me.  If you're hearing him (knowing what he's running), things aren't too far in the toilet.
 
73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Mike Flowers <mike.flowers@gmail.com> wrote:


From: Mike Flowers <mike.flowers@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [070] Is it me.........
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 8:05 PM


I'm copying W9RTB on 7.036 or so.  He's in Illinois and I'm in San Jose, CA
... weak signal though ...

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 5:22 PM, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <
kc2gik@justinmattes.com> wrote:



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751




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Re: Is it me.........

Pez <ag4cz@...>
 

I've seen some activity but its seems pretty quiet overall. I am chalking it up to psk deathmatch starts in 21 hours. That or my antenna is acting like a dummy load tonight. It has a mind of its own. Some nights it is an antenna, some nights its a dummy load.
John AG4CZ

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@...> wrote:

Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751


Re: Is it me.........

Mike Flowers
 

I'm copying W9RTB on 7.036 or so. He's in Illinois and I'm in San Jose, CA
... weak signal though ...

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 5:22 PM, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <
kc2gik@justinmattes.com> wrote:



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751




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Re: Is it me.........

Eric Dallmann
 

I shouldn't admit this, but what the heck (most of us have probably done something similar).  A week or so ago I flipped the radio on after a few weeks of inactivity (been busy with other things).  I heard some weak signals on 40- and 80-meters, but nothing really popped out. Calling cq yielded no takers.  I double- and triple-checked my antenna switch to make sure I was on the G5RV (I was).  The radio's tuner seemed to tune things well on every band from 160- thru 20-meters, so I figured the bands were just lousy, and I found something else to do.
 
Fast forward to the next day.  Doing something else in the shack, I happened to glance at the tuner and noticed it in the "bypass/dummy load" position (a setting I don't typically use).  Flipping it to the proper setting confirmed that signals are a lot better when an antenna's connected to the rig.
 
In hindsight, it would have been more interesting had I worked someone QRP on a dummy load for an antenna (maybe someone has and can share that tale).  Instead, it's just a tale of lousy configuration management.
 
73,
Eric/K9VIC

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com> wrote:


From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK <kc2gik@justinmattes.com>
Subject: [070] Is it me.........
To: "070 Group" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 7:22 PM


 



Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751








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Is it me.........

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

Or are the bands dead tonight
Justin,KC2GIK PODXS#751


070 LONP

Mark - N8MNI
 

If anyone needs me for LONP I am on 7.035 calling CQ tonight. PODXS# 0525

Mark Crosbie

N8MNI

London, Ohio

http://n8mni.com


Re: Don't forget...

chzcake_ravioli <chzcake_ravioli@...>
 

Yes Milt believe it or not, she will between holiday activities this weekend. :P

Tim
AJ4JD
070-865

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "Milton Garb" <w6qe@...> wrote:

Tim,
Are you telling us that Robin is actually going to give you some chair time for this contest?
:-)
Milt.
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: chzcake_ravioli
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 1:00 PM
Subject: [070] Don't forget...



The PSK31/63 Death Match is this weekend. Come test your mettle in this every OM/XYL for themselves of a digital duel. Can you last or survive?

All the info for the test is at the following URL:

http://mdxa1.org/deathmatch.html

73 es GL de AJ4JD,
Tim

See ya on the fall.





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PAQP Endorsement

wa7hdz <wa7hdz@...>
 

Jay,
I sent my log to the folks at PAQP and PODXS, and my log appeared on their "Logs Rcvd" web site so was curious how the PAQP Endorsements were coming along?

Larry WA7HDZ #404


Re: Don't forget...

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

You just ruined his Christmas present from her!!
Justin KC2GIK 070-751


BTW Yes the rumors are true I'm BACK ON THE AIR!!!!!

Milton Garb wrote:


Tim,
Are you telling us that Robin is actually going to give you some chair time for this contest?
:-)
Milt.
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: chzcake_ravioli
To: 070@yahoogroups.com <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 1:00 PM
Subject: [070] Don't forget...

The PSK31/63 Death Match is this weekend. Come test your mettle in this every OM/XYL for themselves of a digital duel. Can you last or survive?

All the info for the test is at the following URL:

http://mdxa1.org/deathmatch.html <http://mdxa1.org/deathmatch.html>

73 es GL de AJ4JD,
Tim

See ya on the fall.



Re: Don't forget...

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Tim,
Are you telling us that Robin is actually going to give you some chair time for this contest?
:-)
Milt.
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: chzcake_ravioli
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 1:00 PM
Subject: [070] Don't forget...



The PSK31/63 Death Match is this weekend. Come test your mettle in this every OM/XYL for themselves of a digital duel. Can you last or survive?

All the info for the test is at the following URL:

http://mdxa1.org/deathmatch.html

73 es GL de AJ4JD,
Tim

See ya on the fall.