Yes, Bill, I know all the toilers on NCJ do it for free, so I tried to keep
Nevertheless, it IS true that under AA5B the journal was arriving late the month
prior (ie Dec for Jan/Feb) for quite some time; I think all six issues for 1996.
Free or not, the editor's job is to make sure those who offer come through on
Yes, there is always life, but how did AA5B do it so well?
I know if I was the errant person, I certainly would hear about it (and I have
editor in that situation).
I have a tendency to open my mouth, put my foot in it, and bite down hard.
73, Bob AA0CY
From: Bill Fisher - W4AN[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 1997 1:35 AM
To: ROBERT WANDERER
Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] May/June CQ Contest arrives; still no NCJ!
On Tue, 8 Apr 1997, ROBERT WANDERER wrote:
> According to the ARRL Circulation Desk: Any Day Now.
> Would Mr KW9KW care to enlighten us as to why? I would think if he
> could operate WPX then everything would have been taken care of.
> I was spoiled for a while when Mr AA5B was editor and the issues showed
> up not only on time but early. Oh, well.
> 73, Bob <AA0CY@contesting.com>
Hey Bob! Lighten up on the comments. Dave does this for free.
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