I second that statement. It feels good to see stuff up for sale, as long
as it is not a cross post by someone,
who has his/her item up for sale on ebay. :)
Chuck Counselman wrote:
> At 11:43 PM -0500 2/27/03, K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
>> email@example.com wrote:
>> > Does this belong on this reflector?
>> Steve K7LXC
>> TT ADMIN
> I _like_ seeing real ham antennas, towers, and related stuff being
> offered for sale, even when I have no immediate interest in buying
> them. It's useful to maintain a sense of what's out there, at what
> asking prices. It's like browsing at a hamfest -- interesting and
> educational even on those rare occasions when you come home having
> bought nothing.
> Similarly, I like reading hams' opinions about commercial products,
> even when I have no immediate interest in those products. General
> education has a way of becoming relevant and useful.
> Thank you, Steve, for your sensible policies.
> 73 -Chuck, W1HIS
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