[CQ-Contest] 160 meters in the Pacific Northwest

Jan Erik Holm sm2ekm at telia.com
Thu Dec 4 09:13:54 EST 2003

Yes but since I´m sure that over 90 percent do use
PC loging I can´t understand why so many dupes you.
In the CT9L M/2 CQWW CW operation that I took part
in we worked over 300 dupes and that is simply too
much, people has to shape up and be more carefull.

73 Jim SM2EKM

Bernie McClenny, W3UR wrote:

> It's better to work them than refuse to work them.  If you don't work
> them they will not call you next time (SS, WPX, other contests).  Also
> the ones that dupe you are totally clueless and more than likely not in
> the contest!
> Bernie
> --
> Bernie McClenny, W3UR
> Editor of The Daily DX, The Weekly DX and How's DX.
> http://www.dailydx.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com
> [mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of K0HB
> Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 15:40
> To: Bill Turner; mike l dormann
> Cc: CQ-Contest at contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] 160 meters in the Pacific Northwest
>>So once you have secured your zero-point mult, you refuse to give one
>>to anyone else?
> The zero-pointers don't bother me a bit (it's a lot faster to send "5NN
> 4"
> than to argue), but last weekend at "The Farm" (W0AIH) I was amazed (and
> amused) at how many zero-pointers came back later for a dupe!
> 73, de Hans, K0HB

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