[AMRadio] Re: Hamfests (Tolerance of scooters)

kk4tr kk4tr at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 20 13:44:30 EDT 2007

I totally agree with if worked both ways but it ussually is only  a one way 
street.  Yes I do agree that getting away from the situation defuses it for 
you but what about the nexy guy in line?  Does he have to get his ankles 
bloody too and then disengage as well??? Like I said before a little more 
consideration on both sides and an " excuse me" every so often by the 
scooter user would be all that was necessary to solve the problem.  Heck we 
wouldn['t be taking up value band width to talk about this!!!

Joe K4TR

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <SBJohnston at aol.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2007 1:21 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Re: Hamfests (Tolerance of scooters)

> collinsradio at comcast.net writes:
>> Why can't we show a little tolerance regardless of the other guy's 
>> attitude
>> or behavior!
> I was completely tolerant of the scooter-user who kept running his machine
> into my heels till my socks were soaked with blood.  I just did my best to 
> get
> away from the situation.  But I should be able to gripe about it to my 
> friends
> later - that's how we blow off the steam that would otherwise be directed 
> at
> the one requiring tolerance.
> If I ever become disabled I will do my darndest to not need any special
> tolerance.  I will do my best to remain pleasant and mindful of others. 
> But if I
> don't, and become a menace, you can cut the wire to my scooter battery !
> Steve WD8DAS
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