wow, what an attitude, unbelievable.
and this "firend" who does not live that far away happens to live so close
that knows exactly what states are still missing. I guess he is trying to be
always on the same frequency as LMR with his receiver and he is running
identical log and entering stations to see what mults are still missing and
diligently enters spots time after time with that info. He also makes it a
habit to enter spots under LMR callsing for other stations on other
frequencies but to S&P he uses another radio - he is a SO2R guy - because he
always has to have 1st radio exactly on LMR frequency to be able to
replicate the log.
What a great way for him to spend a weekend and what a nuisence he is by
creating all this mess and casting shadow of cheating to a completely
I truely wish you strength and success in "fixing this" and shutting this
troublesome guy down.
And I completely agree that in a truelly democratic country everybody should
be allowed to selfspot and all contests should have no rules at all not to
limit the freedom and basic human rights! Actually next time I recommend you
take a callbook and list 10 000 stations from there into your log as I am
not sure there are any restrictions on that and most of the guys are doing
this anyway. I hope the Contest Committee would not go as pathetic or
ridiculous to start nit picking about that.
gl es 73
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Merchant KA1LMR" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 5:08 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Good Grief people with nothing better to do!
> I just received a email froma friend who was reading the yes pitiful
> self spotting reports, spending the time to look and report these stations
> seems just as pathetic or ridiculous as the self spotting it self in my
> in any case heres part the email I sent to my friend after for the
> first time hearing of this taddle tailing :
> "Hey Chris--
> You are getting hammered on CQ-CONTEST for self-spotting.
> HI ----,
> I guess so, Yikes, This has never been brought to my attention before.
> I do have a local ham friend that has put spots for me before he doesnt
> live that far away.
> But any case only strange thing is the IP number thats listed does not
> seem to be mine at all, also A few those contest I operated portable
> with my laptop from a totaly diffrent location and connection then my home
> In any case I didnt know we had guys with nothing better to do then go
> sniffing for soemone putting self spots!
> Apparently theres a watch dog for everything these days.
> I am not sure of all the restrictions there is on self or a friend
> but with guys nit picking and nothing better to do then snif and find
> some thing to gripe about its no wonder why this country is becoming
> more and more Socialistic one then democratic one! but, I guess this
> should come as no surprise.
> None the less thanks for the info and will try to fix it.
> 73 Chris
> PS: I notice alot of stations ask the statsions they work to spot them
> over and over I guess that really ought to be considered self spotting
> as well,
> So apparentaly not your self , not a friend, or even some one you work
> should spot you!? In that case why allow spotting at all!!?? maybe that
> would make the the socialistic , "nothing better to do doers", P&Mers
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