[CQ-Contest] M/S opinion
brad4 at bellatlantic.net
Fri Nov 7 20:22:36 EST 1997
> From: Bud <k4isv at westky.com>
> To: cq-contest at contesting.com
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] M/S opinion
> Date: Saturday, November 08, 1997 12:46 AM
> Really enjoyed the discussion of M/S in CQWW and M2 in ARRL... We have
> doing the M/S since 1992 ( I'm a newcomer). Man, have we had FUN! We
> never won but each and every year we think we MIGHT!
> If you really never want to WIN a contest move to WESTERN KENTUCKY!
> I would like to say that for about 30 years prior to 1992 I did single op
> Sometimes single band, sometimes all bands etc. Results were mixed...
> I did have a 15M record for a few years... more often I got kicked by the
> coast and others..... but I always had FUN!
> So, seems to me if we are not having FUN something is wrong! Dont focus
> winning-- focus on doing the very best your station can do and have FUN
> As far as new classes in the CQWW I think the more classes the more FUN.
> Now this could make it hard on the log checkers but someone will
> because they will think that is FUN How about a combo 160 and 10 meter
> 2 operator class???? Someone out there would have FUN doing it!
> Now to plan that death ray antenna that will let us win from Kentucky....
> The planning is even FUN!
> Lighten up guys.... this aint WORK
> Bud- K4ISV
You're just a kid Bud! It's WORK to me in my old age. hi.. 73, Mick
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