[CQ-Contest] Posting Scores

JIM NEIGER n6tj at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 26 21:31:24 EDT 2015

Anyone serious about winning isn't going to waste their time posting their 
score.  Every minute counts

  I believe that enticing others into contesting is better served by 
inviting them to a station to watch, and if it's a multi-op, encouraging 
them to put some headphones on and making some QSOs.  Even single ops could 
participate by having their invitee to listen how to do it.

I went to my first W7SAA Field Day in 1955, my novice license in-hand, 
listened to W7ASG on his bug, and was forever hooked.

When you go to a football game, do you stare at the scoreboard or do you 
watch the game??

Vy 73

Jim Neiger  N6TJ

-----Original Message----- 
From: dt
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 3:23 PM
To: cq-contest at contesting.com
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Posting Scores

Couple days ago I read in  the first message,
<post, or don't use packet and skimmer>

I had a strong inclination to express my view about that phrase.
Being timid and uneducated in Political Correct format,
I refrained from getting my boots wet.
However I was pleased to see that Jim, k9yc
must have had a similar reaction to the post.

Thanks Jim, I suspect I am not the only timid soul
that wishes we had had the courage to speak up.

Doug, n5ect
cw op at wd5r
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