In a contest exchange, QSL means I received all your information and you are
now in my log.
Carl Moreschi N4PY
121 Little Bell Drive
Hays, NC 28635
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> To me QSL means either acknowledging receipt of the night's formal
> or wants a card. So, if when I'm not on the net and someone says QSL the
> only possible answer is I answer cards received. - - - how about "R R R
> I missed your name and QTH"
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> > OK, Lyle. I guess we all have our pet peeves, but the replacement of
> > "R" by "QSL" on CW really gets me going. Highly inefficient use of
> > manual energy.
> > 73, Joe
> > K2XX
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