In my final log submitted, yes. I always keep the original QSO in my base
Say for example I work W1AR but log him as W1AA (I'm picking calls at
random, sorry if I used yours as an example). Then I work W1AA and tell
him he's a dupe. He says no, so I work him and log him.
It never fails ... a month later I will get a card from W1AR wanting to
confirm our QSO.
This happened several times in ARRL DX SSB when I got going on a run on
Sunday morning. People in the USA who aren't contesters want to "help
out" by giving me a few QSO's. They don't know USA can't work USA for
points in the contest. Some are so persistent it's faster just to work
them and move on. Those are always inevitably the people who send me
cards wanting to confirm the QSO.
Maybe there is some corollary to Murphy's Law connected with this? :-)
73, Zack W9SZ
On Fri, 1 Apr 2005 email@example.com wrote:
> I always agree to leave only the new QSO in the log in these
> Plus I clearly say I will remove the first QSO.
> Keep your logs clean.
> Jukka OH6LI
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