Wed, 4 Mar 1998 07:29:14 -0600
WOW! I had heard rumors about this secret feature but this is the
first time I have seen it published. I'm sure gonna be careful now.
At 06:55 AM 3/4/98 -0600, you wrote:
>ROSS OLE' BUDDY; Surely your aware of the added drain on the internal QSO
>counter built into the microprocessor pipeline architecture? This
>undocumented feature insures cash flow in a positive
>way to the local repair shop or to TT service after a
>fixed number of QSO's. Allowing your radio to be
>turned on depletes this valuable resource and most certainly drives up your
>solar cell replacement costs.
>Better be careful and see if the ERG or QSO police are watching. They insure
>that Bambi and all the Gay whales riding cable cars in San Franciso are well
>Check it out. CHuck
>From: Ross F. Guldenbrein NW6R <email@example.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>Date: Wednesday, March 04, 1998 6:07 AM
>Subject: [TenTec] QRV
>>I'm wondering if anybody out there leaves their radio on 24 hrs. a day
>>like I do. And if not, why is this a bad practice. Some days I may
>>only listen for a few minutes just to check the bands while on other
>>days I have time for a few QSOs. Any thoughts you'd care to share?
>> TU Ross nw6r ..
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