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Re: amateur behavior



Do you really want to know what happened to the comraderie between hams?
You're looking at it!  When hams could only communicate eyeball to eyeball
OR over the airways, they would NEVER have stooped to the ungodly behaviour
you see here on the internet.

This media allows too much hit and run and there are too many out there that
feel they have somehow made themselves more important by treating others
badly.

It is NOT restricted to hams however, look at the majority of news groups
and you will find the same John Waynes beating up electronically on everyone
and anyone.

IMHO of course,
Red
K1RED
-----Original Message-----
From: Jamie Hutches <jmhutches@harding.edu>
To: greg <greg@valkyrie.net>; amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Cc: wb6llo@AMSAT.Org <wb6llo@AMSAT.Org>
Date: Tuesday, October 12, 1999 11:14 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] amateur behavior


>Well that is very mature... The foul language really helped put emphasis on
>your important view...and help us to understand your message so much
clearer.
>I sure hope you don't talk on the airwaves like that because that is a
>no-no...
>
>WHat happened to the comraderie between hams...????
>
>
>
>At 07:57 PM 10/12/1999 -0400, greg wrote:
>>im sick of this belt clip ham station bitching
>>
>>i dont need this crap im out of this news group
>>no need to reply i wont get it
>>
>>
>>
>>> his power, capturing the Bird's transponder and making it difficult for
>>low
>>> power stations like me to get in. It reminded me of several of the
>>repeaters
>>> here in the Los Angeles area where people use a kilowatt to get into a
80
>>> watt repeater. There are plenty of repeaters in my area that I can play
>>this
>>> game on. I mean do we need to use 250 or 500 watts ERP to get into a
bird
>>> with 600mW output? I don't think so. Not to mention that these
satellites
>>> seem to have GREAT receivers. I didn't come to satellites to have a
power
>>> war. I came here to learn more about communication and to foster the
>>> goodwill of amateur radio. Not to mention that talking through a
satellite
>>> is totally cool.
>>
>>
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