IT does seem that you run into more than a few "Ed" in
each NAQP. WOnder if they have found some sort of
73s John NE0P
--- K4RO Kirk Pickering <email@example.com> wrote:
> I can't help but wonder if an unusual name is a
> hinderance to the NAQP score, particularly in the
> SSB contest. In the CW contest, it's not as much
> of an issue I suspect because 1) the name is spelled
> out with each QSO and 2) there are fewer casual
> In the last August NAQP SSB, I repeated my name
> about two hundred times, and it got really old,
> fast. So this weekend I am going to try an
> I'll use my shortened middle name, and see if I
> fewer repeat requests. Folks using some kind of
> database better be paying attention or they'll be
> Good luck to all this weekend..
> "Bob" K4RO
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>From Jim Stevens" <firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Jan 15 20:54:03 2003
From: Jim Stevens" <email@example.com (Jim Stevens)
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Sprint Dates
The Jan/Feb issue of NCJ published the 2002 dates for Sprints.
Already some confusion has arose, here are the correct dates
for the 2003 CW and SSB Sprints.
SSB Sprint - 0000Z Feb 2 (Feb 1 local time)
CW Sprint - 0000Z Feb 9 (Feb 8 local time)
CW Sprint - 0000Z Sep 7 (Sep 6 local time)
SSB Sprint - 0000Z Sep 14 (Sep 13 local time)
Jim Stevens, K4MA