[CQ-Contest] Bravo -CQ
sm6lrr at gmail.com
Sun Jun 28 08:50:13 EDT 2015
Agree with Vasily.
Done is done, and hard to make that better by throwing more darts...
One is appointed "cheater of the year", but that does unfortunately not
make contesting more clean.
We can learn from this by understanding that even one look on the cluster
to gain just one more mult is cheating. It also means that 100 Watts or 2,
4 or 9 kW is also cheating - no matter if "everyone else is flexible" or we
split 3 kW in 3 antennas.
Even if we get tempting offers to run from superstations, make sure the
gang participating have committed to FAIR PLAY contesting. If not, better
search for a station that does.
Contests committees do not stop cheating - we all do on care we understand
what is fair and what is not.
73 de Mats RM3D (this coming week QRV as RM2D/0 from UA0K, just across from
On Sunday, June 28, 2015, k3it <gokoyev+k3it at gmail.com> wrote:
> we should probably stop right here or this will turn into organized
> bullying. Do you think he is not hurt enough? We could easily make things
> worse if we keep piling on.
> 73! Vasiliy K3IT
> On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 11:51 PM, Jeff Clarke <ku8e at bellsouth.net
> > The big question is he the only one? Maybe there are others that haven't
> > been caught yet?
> > Unbelievable he got away with this at least 9 times since 2007! And
> > only the CQ contests.
> > I think he needs to find a new hobby since he will never be able to
> > a competitive again without raising suspicions. Anyone want to make a bet
> > that he changes his call sign? Like the saying goes "once a cheater
> > a cheater."
> > Jeff
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