W0MU Mike Fatchett
w0mu at w0mu.com
Wed Jun 19 12:03:38 EDT 2013
So where your butt sits determines if it is ham radio?
I really don't understand those that want to limit the participation in
contests. Are we not better off with more people contesting than less?
I think so. Running remote places most at a disadvantage. What is it
about remote operation that scares you?
What if I can't drive myself to the station because I am recovering from
an illness or a myriad of other reasons. Under your rules I am out of
Remote operating is going to open the world of HF and contesting to many
that have never had that option before.
Repeaters is not Ham Radio and to think I thought I had heard it all.
On 6/19/2013 8:59 AM, PA5MW, Mark wrote:
> Sorry Tom,
> But 'the opponents' are not amused by being accused of being jealous
> or anything like that.
> Again, for the record; I very much respect all the work and effort
> done for enabling a remote HF station.
> I understand what it serves, especially for those who during the week
> suffer from a small lot, hampered by noise, antena restrictions
> etc..etc.. I would do the same. But for the HF contest weekend: get
> your butt over there and put it in the seat.
> Funny(not) that *our* opponents have a hard time accepting that other
> people think different and share their opinion.
> 73 Mark, PA5MW
> On 18-6-2013 21:10, N1MM wrote:
>> The opponents don't want some well-heeled guy buying an oceanfront
>> lot, building a big contest station and beating the locals. People
>> don't like carpetbaggers. That's about it.
>> Tom - N1MM
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