Spike's "mouth"

WM2H at aol.com WM2H at aol.com
Sat Jan 25 08:39:02 EST 1997

I didn't hear Spike say anything,  did you??  

>From trey at cisco.com (Trey Garlough)  Sat Jan 25 14:06:35 1997
From: trey at cisco.com (Trey Garlough) (Trey Garlough)
Date: Sat, 25 Jan 97 6:06:35 PST
Subject: [DX] TN-activity by DJ6SI
Message-ID: <CMM. at scv-cse-4.cisco.com>

> Baldur showed up on 30 meters last night with a good signal on 10101, lsn up 
> 1-2.
> 73  Rag  oz8ro

A good place to post this type of information would be the DX mailing
list, dx at ve7tcp.ampr.org.  CQ-Contest is the wrong place to post
DXpedition updates and inquiries, as well as inquiries about the
status of other ham-radio mailing lists and other non-contest issues.

I would also like to place a moratorium on the discussion of the
vanity callsign program, effective immediately.  I'm sorry.  I just
can't take it any longer.  It seems like a zillion people have
requested this, and I keep saying "Don't worry.  It will blow over as
soon as everyone gets their new calls."  Obviously I was wrong.

If someone feels there is a need for further public discussion on the
topic of vanity calls, please create a vanity callsign mailing list
and rekindle the discussion there.  Thank you for your consideration.

--Trey, N5KO

>From n4bp at shadow.net (Bob Patten)  Sat Jan 25 14:28:18 1997
From: n4bp at shadow.net (Bob Patten) (Bob Patten)
Date: Sat, 25 Jan 1997 09:28:18 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Animosity about calls
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.91.970125092520.7460A-100000 at hyper>

On Sat, 25 Jan 1997, Douglas Zwiebel wrote:

Also, how is this contest related?  I was recently chastised by the 
cq-contest moderator for posting information about the QRP "Fifty States 
in Fifty Days" challenge.  That subject is less contested related?

Bob Patten, N4BP
Plantation, FL
n4bp at shadow.net

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