If the same rules are available to everyone, nobody is getting special
treatment. If you CAN have a home-based station, all the power to you. If you
can or cannot but use a legal remote setup, you're not doing anything that
anyone else isn't permitted to, either.
In fact, the converse is more true: it grants special status to those who
aren't restricted in their choices of antennas.
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On Feb 27, 2011, at 8:30 AM, Paul O'Kane <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is the "I'm special" argument all over again.
> I'm poor, I'm old, I'm sick, I can't learn morse,
> my QTH is too small, therefore I deserve to be
> treated differently from other contesters.
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