[CQ-Contest] [NCCC] why checklog?

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Mon May 23 15:18:46 EDT 2016

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Tom Taormina, K5RC
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From: NCCC [mailto:nccc-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Jeff Stai
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2016 11:34 AM
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Subject: [NCCC] why checklog?
I am writing up the RTTY Roundup article, and in looking at the results data there is a fairly high number of checklogs.
I know some of the more typical reasons why one would submit as checklog - you operated outside the rules (like choosing to run high power in an NAQP), or maybe you just don't give a darn about a score - but I'm wondering about the other reasons that maybe aren't so typical.
Any insights appreciated. 73 jeff wk6i

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