manualman at juno.com
Sat Dec 3 11:15:35 EST 2005
I use to talk with PYT on 10 AM. I remember once I had lunch and two cups
of coffee during one of his transmissions. These days I try to stay away
from long winded and/or large group QSO's. I lose patience and interest
very quickly when someone just rambles on and on and on to maybe make a
point or response. That's why I prefer break in type of QSO when I
infrequently enter a group.
> >On Sat, 03 Dec 2005 00:40:12 -0600 W5OMR/Geoff <w5omr at satx.rr.com>
> There's also a plethora of operators in the Northeast and some
> thinking that tends to keep everyone gathered up in one small range
> Spread out. 3.990 down to 3760 is open territory for 'fone'
> Down here in the South, we're not as uptight about things..
> operation is
> a bit more laid-back.
> You've obviously never been in a QSO with W5PYT, K5SWK or WA5BXO.
> Although, I will say that in recent years, no one can hold a candle
> W5OD. I don't mind a good windy transmission, but I just don't like
> when someone is chastised when they -don'-t make at least a 5 minute
> transmission. That's just wrong. Other people have said the same
> to me, and have left our Early Risers AM Group, that meets at around
> 3:30 or 4am, because they were tired of being 'bossed' around.
> We're more laid back down here. It's more of a 'You talk for a
> Jim yacks for a bit, then John takes a turn at it, etc...' in the
> meantime, while all the talking is going on, I'm soldering wires,
> checking on a project on the bench, or working on 'something'... I
> do more than walk and chew gum at the same time (grinz).
> Let them Routndatbles grow!
> 73 = Best Regards,
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