[CQ-Contest] Why I logged the QSO
lottsphoto at gmail.com
Sun Apr 12 08:23:27 EDT 2015
> Now knowing that, I'm not sure what one can do to make earning a mug as
> "meaningful" as one might wish it to be.
The answer is self pride !
Pride in self, honesty with self
My Ham Radio Friends
On Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 8:05 PM, brett graham <
does.cq.censure.block.this.too at gmail.com> wrote:
> W0MU said:
> It is a coffee cup. If I saw WW2WWW with one I would not even think if
> he earned it nor would I care.
> Sometimes we take this hobby way too seriously.
> Along those lines, usually what is at stake is just a piece of paper.
> Just a piece of paper, of even less significance than a bloody mug.
> How to resolve the conflict between those who do not give a rat's & those
> that do?
> On 3/14/2015 5:00 PM, brett graham wrote:
> > I see SS mugs are based on claimed scores.
> > So it doesn't matter if one is in the log of other stations or if there
> > an error in logging any Q by either station involved - or if any of the
> > stations worked even submit a log.
> > Now knowing that, I'm not sure what one can do to make earning a mug as
> > "meaningful" as one might wish it to be.
> > -ex-VR2BG/p.
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