Hold on, Joe. How can you send his call in the exchange if you don't know
what it is???
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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] apres moi le ZERO, in English
Or a retaliation to all the slow ID'ers. Ya know the guys that ID maybe
once every 20 qso's or worse?
A really simple AND would be very effective thing to do, and if you are a
S&P er, it would not slow you down one bit really.
When you run into one of these never ID guys, make sure you send his call
when you work him during the exchange, if he won't every now and then say
his call, well then have EVERYONE say his call for him, this would surely
slow him down or change his ways.
There were few I heard all weekend, on several bands too, at least a
hundred times I heard them, but never worked them, Probably wasted 30
minutes total waiting for their call. just this one station.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 11/24/2012 9:14 PM, Charles Harpole wrote:
> I am a S&Per. I can stand in this CW Contest assemblage and admit it.
> I am not proud of it, but I know with some many step process, I can't
> live with it.
> So I want all you big gun Runners, often on several bands at once,
> beaming several KW in at least two directions, to hear this.....
> Apres moi le ZERO, After me, or WITHOUT ME, YOU HAVE NO CONTEST.
> Big gun Runners never tune around, so IF I did not come to them, they
> would have many more empty CQs than even today. In fact, no contacts at
> I am the one who tunes around, eschewing (and cursing) skimmers and
> spotters, the one who waits many minutes for you Runner to I.D., the
> one who sticks with your CQs only to realize that you are working on a
> different band and what I am listening to is only you 'holding your
> and not listening to callers (often my call sign is longer than your
> listening time), and the one who calls you at your sending speed only
> to discover that YOU can not copy at your sending speed, so I send
> again more s l o w l y.
> These are the things I do for you and sometimes get a TU back.
> Why do I do it? I could say that I am a 20WPM guy and can not myself
> Run because people call me at 30 or 40WPM, which is true. I have all
> the DX I need, so I do not need your entity, Mr. Runner. The answer
> is I work 40 or 50 of you big gun Runners, get enuf of it, and go to the
> Your loss, Mr. Runner.
> So, A PROPOSAL: All hams, do not S&P; if you can not Run, just go to
> a WARC band for fun, but listen some time to the contest bands full of
> empty CQs and smile.
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