I got this note from an extremely disgruntled ham. Anybody else get this
Callsign omitted to protect the "innocent:"
>I hope you enjoyed your weekend of RTTY operation because you and many
>RTTY jerks ruined the weekend for many others!
>I guess when there is a "CONTEST", it gives you and the other
>people like you the right to jump on any freq. that you want so you
>"Score the Big One". I truly hope that you did "WIN" because the
>you have established will be with you for a long long time.
>There are some of us left on the ham bands that respect one another
>"Gentleman's Agreement" that has been around for many many years.
>when your not too busy "qrm'ing" everyone on the bands, you might wish
>take a look and see just what it might say. I realize that you're
>quite small, but if you can find someone who will talk to you, perhaps
>will read it and explain it to you. I believe everyone has the
>learn--even mindless people like you. The problem that you have is
>to find someone with any intellegence at all that will associate with
>GET HELP SOON WHILE THERE MIGHT STILL BE HOPE FOR YOU!
>The next time there's an RTTY contest, why don't you just expand your
>operations to the 11 Meter band--you'll find lots of people just like
>on that band. I'm surprised that you ever left there.
>Next time, before you hit the xmit key, look and listen!
>If you have absolutely no idea of what I am speaking. Let me know and
>see if I can find some pictures that you might be able to understand.
>give up, there is always hope.
Am I the only victim of this person's tirade?
Sean Kutzko, Amateur Radio KX9X
Urbana, IL USA (Grid EN50vc)
ex-V26NA, V2/KX9X, 6Y7M, 6Y5/KF9PL, KF9PL, N9HXG, KA9NGH
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