Jim, et al:
Make sure you are wearing hip wadder boots when you start
reading the stuff submitted by the BPL lobbyists. A number of
them clearly need to crack their physics textbooks for a refresher
course in physical reality.
BTW, if you go to the QRZ.com BPL thread, there are a bunch of links
to comments from the various BPL lobby groups:
Remember we are in a reply comment period. Your comments
must be "in reply" to comments already submitted. There are
examples of proper reply comments at the above link. The
deadline is August 20th.
73 de Mike, W4EF.................................
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim White, K4OJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <unlisted-recipients:>; <no To-header on input>
Cc: "towertalk" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2003 10:20 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Re: Coax Disconnection AND A BIGGER ISSUE
> HAVE ALL OF YOU FILED YOU COMMENTS WITH THE FCC ABOUT THE BPL ISSUE?
> If you are unsure about this topic and want some more background go the
> ARRL site at:
> Let the FCC know by flooding their electronic in-box on this matter just
> how bad an idea this is. It is easy to do - here is how to you can
> stand up and be counted:
> We are in the 21st century - use your computer browser to surf on into
> the FCC site where you will find an opportunity to participate by making
> an entry on the EFCS - Electronic Filing Comment System - in moments you
> can be composing a note to the FCC that tells them what a bad idea BPL
> is! Click on:
> Your on the FCC page, now - in the Upper RH portion of the page you will
> see a button labeled
> Submit A Filing (click on it)
> This will take you to:
> Where you submit your comment on the matter...
> The first box is the only difficult one to fill in - the number you need
> for this is:
> The balance of the form is easy to fill out, you will be asked easy
> stuff like your name, etc... and then, most important type in your
> PLEASE DO THE RIGHT THING THIS WEEKEND, take a few minutes to go to the
> FCC site, lets act as a group on this and show the FCC that we care and
> will not be QRMed out of existence.
> Do this or you will not have to worry about needing a grounded station,
> the point will be moot!