And when we still can't find each other, we use the telephone.
Ed - W0YK
(an inept NCCC member)
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2005 8:31 PM
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Packet New Low
> Contesting has new achieved a new low. The NCCC contest
> 'PRACTICE' now needs DXCluster for spots in a contest 'PRACTICE'.
> The NCCC is so inept at contesting they have to spot each other,
> so they can find each other, during a contest 'PRACTICE'.
> The thing which makes it even more ludicrous is the spots are on
> 80m CW. I just tuned around on 80m CW and the signals are all
> S-9. Things are really bad when supposed Contest Club members you
> can't find an S-9 signal without help.
> The NCCC published the times and freqs for the 'PRACTICE' yet
> they can't find each other without DXCluster spots.
> ""-- 30 mins 0330-04Z (all NCCC practice sessions will be the
> same LOCAL
> time, year round, UFN)
> -- Start 0330Z (1930 PT, 2030 MT, 2130 CT 2230 ET)
> -- 14040, 7040, 3540, 1810. If the MUF shuts down 40m, 160 can
> take up the
> MAL N7MAL
> BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
> Don't worry about the world coming to an end today.
> It's already tomorrow in Australia
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