manualman at juno.com
Fri Jan 27 19:40:15 EST 2006
It doesn't take huge scrotum to write a proposal that says nothing other
than "we're all nice and "well mannered" amateurs; we don't need any
rules to manage our band activity. It just takes a well written
presentation and a great flair with the English language. Of course any
proposal should be substantiated with good data and an implementation
plan which unfortunately, this proposal has neither. You might want to
ask the writers why they also omitted 40 meter phone band privileges for
the General Class amateur in our ITU-Region 2 Section 97.301. If in
error, then any data submitted as part of this proposal, should be
questioned for accuracy.
On Fri, 27 Jan 2006 18:11:47 -0500 "Mike Sawyer" <w3slk at uplink.net>
> I don't see the ARRgghhL's RM-11306 setting any approval records
> either! I
> laud the CTT for having a HUGE scrotum to take on this task. Knowing
> well they weren't going to get carte blanc acceptance. In my
> opinion, I
> think that RM-11305 is the fairest for ALL hams regardless of what
> mode they
> operate. Sorry but I can't say the same for your precious
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Peter Markavage" <manualman at juno.com>
> To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 1:26 PM
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] hecklers
> Gee Paul, where is your rallying cry for RM-11305 or did the lights
> And, where did you come up with this:
> "Everyone on here is aware that the AM Community is held to higher
> standards than virtually all other activities on the HF bands.
> a phantom
> standard as a hoop we should have to jump through would be an
> way to try to make trouble against us."
> Sounds like paranoia is really starting to set in.
> Pete, wa2cwa
> On Fri, 27 Jan 2006 01:47:19 -0800 (PST) VJB <wa3vjb at yahoo.com>
> > Phil,
> > You're right about ignoring hecklers as a standard
> > practice.
> > As mentioned, I have ignored N2NGY several times in
> > the past. It is easy to do because his signal is
> > consistently poor and his audio maladjusted.
> > But under the category of "know thy enemy," I elected
> > to actually bring the guy's points out a little bit,
> > and I thus formed a new opinion of why the League's
> > Petition would be a bad thing for AM.
> > His contention that "this is the one that will do you
> > guys in" was supported, in his feeble mind, by the
> > notion of having a hard number in hand that could be
> > used to back his and other spurious complaints.
> > Indeed, a series of such complaints, as unfounded as
> > they may be, are just the sort of anti-AM campaign
> > this Petition could create if enacted.
> > Everyone on here is aware that the AM Community is
> > held to higher standards than virtually all other
> > activities on the HF bands. Providing a phantom
> > standard as a hoop we should have to jump through
> > would be an effective way to try to make trouble
> > against us.
> > February 6th is the Comment filing deadline.
> > StopRM11306 at amfone.net
> > Paul/VJB
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