What if you held a protest and nobody knew?
For any protest to have effect, there must be public knowledge of it or it gets
swept under the rug.
The whole point of a protest is to make a spectacle of it, otherwise, there's
no point to the protest.
> From: David Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2009/01/30 Fri AM 09:48:45 CST
> To: "CQ-Contest@contesting. com" <CQ-Contest@contesting.com>
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] [Re: CQWW CW & 6Y1V Logs]
> I don't think there's anything "wrong" with KY1V deciding not to submit
> his log ... for any reason. I do, however, think it's misguided and
> inconsistent of him to make a public spectacle of it in order to decry
> the presumption of guilt as his rationale for doing so, when the log
> checking process itself involves far more presumption of guilt than does
> making logs public.
> Dave AB7E
> Michael Coslo wrote:
> > Why on earth would anyone even complain about David not submitting? He
> > doesn't like one of the rules, acted completely within his rights as
> > an Amateur radio operator by operating in the contest, didn't submit
> > his log, and just mentioned it here, with his reason.
> > -73 de Mike N3LI -
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