I didn't miss the point. I just don't share your conclusion.
Just to set my position: I believe that ANY spotting is too much, but the
charge of "cheerleading" seems misplaced in this case.
"Cheerleaders" typically spot their "friend" almost exclusively, but both
the accused here (UA9's) also spotted pretty much every other R3 that was
My guess is that proximity is the explanation in this case, not some
nefarious scheme as LU5DX proposes.
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>> I'm guessing that the fourteen "1's" are busted calls.
> Once again, you've missed the point. One WRTC station
> had some 75 spots more than the least spotted station.
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