|[AMRadio] Good or bad?|
Dave Mayfield W9WRL
wrl at gwltd.com
Thu Apr 30 21:49:21 EDT 2009
Look at it this way, these types of people getting a ham ticket are not
in most all likely hood going to become serious hams, but they do count
in the numbers game. So I would rather have their numbers than not, in
case you have not noticed the numbers of hams is going down not up.
While I agree that getting a ham license today is way to easy, if it was
not, then there would be darn few of us left.
CL in NC wrote:
> The lead article on the ARRL website today is one about a group of hikers encouraged to get ham tickets so that they can run their own communications. The club that sponsored it reports that after a one day class, they all passed their Technician tests.
> When I think of how and why I got into this game, that sroty made me sort of sad.
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
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