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From: JSTEINMAN@aol.com (JSTEINMAN@aol.com)
Date: Sat Jul 23 13:20:19 1994
Not everyone bashing the "new rules" sentiment is on the 
East Coast. I agree with the N2AA, N3RS and KK7A.
They have got it right.

If you don't like the rules, you don't have to play. One thing
many of you seem to forget about DX contests is that they
are just that, "DX Contests". Ya'll getting too tied up in
what is happening here. That good ole' "Ugly
American syndrome".

Too many whiners out there ! (vs. winners) 


>From J.P. Kleinhaus" <aa2du@netcom.com  Sat Jul 23 18:49:05 1994
From: J.P. Kleinhaus" <aa2du@netcom.com (J.P. Kleinhaus)
Subject: CQing
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9407231040.A2213-0100000@netcom9>


Please note (yet another) NEW address!!

On Fri, 22 Jul 1994, Larry Tyree wrote:

> Am I the only one who thinks that a station who calls more than 12 
> unanswered CQs should give up his frequency to whoever calls him
> on it?
> Tree N6TR
> tree@cmicro.com

>From Robert Wood <w5robert@blkbox.COM>  Sat Jul 23 21:58:46 1994
From: Robert Wood <w5robert@blkbox.COM> (Robert Wood)
Subject: Real Contest
Message-ID: <9407231558.aa11552@blkbox.COM>

Here are the results of the summer contest (so far):

Copper-weld   2        lawnmower   0
(considerable time to unwind the lawnmower to get the copper-weld off)

Rotor-cable   0        lawnmower   1

The nylon weed wacker and cable, etc seem to be tied,
as the weed wacker won't cut the cable before I can let off the throttle.

And some of you are worried about who's calling CQ CQ CQ and GAS & SOUP.
The real contest is keeping them up.   Have fun 
Robert wb5crg   w5robert@blkbox.com

what ever happened to the round hole / square hole summary?

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