|[AMRadio] Fighting deed restrictions|
Rev. Robert P. Chrysafis
kc8gpd at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 16 15:29:48 EDT 2008
would these been the same little busy bodies who complain about the
environment and the cost of utilities and gas while at the same time
fighting to not allow their neighboors to install alternative energy
products on their property? Ie: the guy who had to disable his wind
generator because it made a slight wooshing sound? the same ones who call
thew cops because your kids are laughing too loud at 3 in the afternoon?
I agree with you sign it willingly, you deal with it, but there needs to be
a limit to what can and can not be put into such contracts. they should not
be able to strip you of all your human rights and control every aspect of
your life via binding contract!!!! you know what thats called????
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From: "Clarke, Tom AIR4.0P NATOPS" <frederic.clarke at navy.mil>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 3:19 PM
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] Fighting deed restrictions
Same idea as the folks who move in next to an airport - then complain
about noise! Duh!
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From: Todd, KA1KAQ [mailto:ka1kaq at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 9:01
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Fighting deed restrictions
On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 5:59 PM, Jim Wilhite <w5jo at brightok.net> wrote:
> Breaking a contract in the form of a CC&R is very difficult, but has
> done. The court system, the FCC and most hams are afraid to get on
> of Amateur Radio in this issue, because of all the little ladies in
> shoes who will spend whatever time and money it takes to wart the
> crazy. This is the kind of thing that draws TV reporters like moths
Reminds me of those sports stars who sign multi-million dollar
contracts seeing the direct benefit to them, then try to weasel out of
it later once they have the dough.
I see it more as having the potential to make amateurs look foolish,
as well as whiners and crybabies. That we'd willingly sign a document
clearly stating what is off limits, then play the victim and cry foul.
We do see a lot of this type of nonsense in today's world where no one
apparently is responsible for the choices they make, it's just sad to
see the group that supposedly looks out for amateur radio considering
the same nonsense. Then again - it is a 'brave, new-age world' and we
have the equivalent in the ARRL. We really shouldn't be surprised.
That it's taking place in Texas and Oklahoma instead of somewhere like
San Francisco, Seattle, or New England is somewhat amazing, though.
As for those old ladies, Jim - more power to them for sticking up for
what's right and expecting others to live up to their end of the
bargain. As Bruce, Larry, and others have said - no one is twisting
anyone's arm to move there. (o:
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