Son-of-a-gun...what's this hobby coming to?
I'll bet you occasionally give up a frequency, too. Where's your required
self-centeredness? Your ego? Next thing we know, you'll be inviting your
neighbors over for a beer. Damn!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Turner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Jerry Muller" <email@example.com>; "Rob Atkinson, K5UJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2003 1:33 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Chicago Tribune: Antenna Stirs Static Among
> On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 11:44:20 -0400, "Jim White, K4OJ"
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >You want his towers limited????
> I said no such thing. Read my post again.
> >It does not matter how high they are to the neighbors...
> Of course it does. An attitude like yours is why there are "neighbor
> problems" in the first place.
> >the difference
> >between 50 foot and 150 foot as far as height is irrelevant to them...
> >it is a tower and to THEIR insensitive bigotry they are all the same...
> More nonsense. A 50 foot tower is quite a different thing from a 150
> >I can easily understand the need for two high towers minimum, to support
> >a dipole type antenna between them... but that is only for one pair of
> >azimuthal options... three towers makes arrays which will be broadside
> >to six different areas possible!
> Agreed. The issue here is not radiation effectiveness, it's neighbor
> >As far as some people are concerned if the neighbor puts up towers it is
> >like a person of the wrong ethnic background moving into their
> >neighborhood... they feel unjustifiably incensed and are convinced that
> >soon hell will freeze over...
> >Neighbors suck... best option is to find area near a pasture full of
> >cows - they do not bitch!
> Also agreed. That's partly why I moved out of the city into the
> desert where my nearest neighbor is 1000' away and the next one beyond
> him is another 1000'.
> >I still cannot believe you told this guy he had nerve asking to have
> >three towers 90 foot!
> I can not believe you misread my post so badly. Read it again. I
> only said I thought he was pushing the neighbors a bit much.
> Bill, W7TI
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