|[AMRadio] K3BNS & Smithsonian station|
Foltarz at rocketmail.com
Mon Apr 17 21:21:02 EDT 2006
I wouldn't mind stirring up some ruckus in regards to the Smithsonian ham radio
1. The Smithsonian has become a watered down, politically correct, pathetic
vestige of a once wonderful museum. I couldn't believe how so much of the
National Museum of American History has been reduced to broken exhibits, the
sensationalism of mindless pop culture exhibits, and the exorcism of the guilt
of the White man. An awful lot of liberal crap and very little in technology or
2. The Ham radio station in National Museum of American History is literally
junk. Most of you on the list have more in your own collection than what is
represented as history or even functionality in Amateur Radio Station NN3SI.
3. If there is some Anti-AM knucklehead as a so called trustee of some rinky
dink substitute for a field day station ( NN3SI) things should be changed
I saw the National Museum of American History last summer. I went to D.C. to
pick up some WWII Signal Corp television equipment.
I had more communication history in the trunk of my car than I saw at the
ANYONE associated with the planning, or administration of the National Museum
of American History should be dragged to the curb. They are a bunch of weak,
mindless, politically correct fools who cannot do their job.
--- crawfish <crawfish at surfmore.net> wrote:
> John Johnston's vanity call is W3BE. He has a column in Worldradio. He is
> definitely an enemy to AM, no doubt.
> Joe W4AAB
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "VJB" <wa3vjb at yahoo.com>
> To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 5:31 AM
> Subject: [AMRadio] K3BNS
> > I forget John Johnston's new vanity call, but when he
> > was at the FCC he was K3BNS, and he was quite the
> > enemy of AM.
> > Don's posting comparing U.S. and Canadian ham radio
> > power regulations sort of stirred up a dead horse,
> > until I read Phil's advocacy.
> > >Johnston is retired and Glenn Baxter, who antagonized
> > >the FCC in this
> > >matter, should be fading away soon. Maybe it's time
> > to >petition for the
> > >reform of our regulations
> > Prompting two things:
> > This month's Electric Radio contains an article
> > addressing AM's power shortfall, and provides a call
> > for a reserved segment for our specialty. I haven't
> > gotten my issue yet, but it's entitled "The 4%
> > Solution" or similar.
> > The other matter is Johnston. Those who've followed
> > him may know that he's now the trustee of the
> > Smithsonian ham station, NN3SI, where he continues his
> > narrowmindedness against AM by refusing to allow the
> > station to run this historic mode with vintage radios
> > in their collection on display as part of a technology
> > continuum.
> > There has been some grumblings to have him removed as
> > trustee of the station because of it, but the person
> > who was the most provoked has himself gotten
> > sidetracked and I suppose Johnston will become
> > entrenched and that'll be that on that.
> > Paul/VJB
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