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    From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to All on Mon Jan 22 10:02:00 2018
    Are you seeing this?


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  • From Robert Riddell@432:1/125 to Vk3jed on Sun Jan 21 21:57:09 2018
    Are you seeing this?


    I see it. I believe I had a configuration error (no export to set). We'll
    see if it works now.

    Thanks,

    Robert

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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Mon Jan 22 11:10:00 2018
    Are you seeing this?

    Saw it in Arkansas.

    Daryl

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  • From Tony Langdon@432:1/100 to Robert Riddell on Mon Jan 22 22:17:51 2018
    Robert Riddell wrote to vk3jed <=-

    Are you seeing this?


    I see it. I believe I had a configuration error (no export to set).
    We'll see if it works now.

    Loud and clear. :D


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  • From Tony Langdon@432:1/100 to Vk3jed on Mon Jan 22 22:17:51 2018
    Vk3jed wrote to All <=-

    Are you seeing this?

    Yep, P5 picture. :D


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  • From Tony Langdon@432:1/100 to Daryl Stout on Mon Jan 22 22:17:51 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to vk3jed <=-

    Are you seeing this?

    Saw it in Arkansas.


    Changed names, have you Daryl, err, Robert, err, whoever you are! :P (see the subject line ;) ).


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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Robert Riddell on Tue Jan 23 10:04:00 2018
    Robert Riddell wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Are you seeing this?


    I see it. I believe I had a configuration error (no export to set).
    We'll see if it works now.

    Also making it to the wider network. :)


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to TONY LANGDON on Tue Jan 23 10:27:00 2018
    Tony,

    Are you seeing this?

    Saw it in Arkansas.

    Changed names, have you Daryl, err, Robert, err, whoever you are! :P (see t TL>subject line ;) ).

    Well, he needed to know who saw it...and this is even more proof. :P

    Maybe it was my other brother Darrell who typed this, but I have to
    ask Larry. <G>

    Ironically, on the Kentucky D-Star Net...you have Larry, NN4H, as Net Control...then myself, and then AC4YD...my other brother Darrell. In
    short, Bob Newhart lives on via Ham Radio!! <G>

    Daryl

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Wed Jan 24 14:26:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to TONY LANGDON <=-

    Changed names, have you Daryl, err, Robert, err, whoever you are! :P (see

    subject line ;) ).

    Well, he needed to know who saw it...and this is even more proof. :P

    Haha


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Wed Jan 24 15:39:00 2018
    Tony,

    Changed names, have you Daryl, err, Robert, err, whoever you are! :P (se

    subject line ;) ).

    Well, he needed to know who saw it...and this is even more proof. :P

    Haha

    That's why the hams wear name badges at club meetings and hamfests.
    That way, we make like we've known them all our lives...yet, we don't
    know them from Adam and Eve!! :P

    Or with the ham radio operators, our first name is our first
    name...and, our last name is our callsign. We have NO CLUE as to what
    the individual's last name is!!

    Daryl, WX1DER

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Fri Jan 26 07:30:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to VK3JED <=-

    That's why the hams wear name badges at club meetings and hamfests.
    That way, we make like we've known them all our lives...yet, we don't
    know them from Adam and Eve!! :P

    Haha, somehow I doubt they'd know what a radio was. ;)

    Or with the ham radio operators, our first name is our first
    name...and, our last name is our callsign. We have NO CLUE as to what
    the individual's last name is!!

    So true. Was a little the same on CB as well, you'd know people either by a handle ot a first name and callsign - in the 80s, it was a government issues callsign, today, it's something made up or assigned by a club - e.g. I now have a CB callsign of Retro Radio 610, which is from a Facebook CB DX club. :)


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Fri Jan 26 21:49:00 2018
    Tony,

    That's why the hams wear name badges at club meetings and hamfests. That way, we make like we've known them all our lives...yet, we don't know them from Adam and Eve!! :P

    Haha, somehow I doubt they'd know what a radio was. ;)

    That reminds me of the T-Shirt that I saw a woman wearing once. It
    noted "I'm perfectly adjusted...so, please don't touch the knobs". I
    don't think I need to say where the knobs were located. <G>

    Or with the ham radio operators, our first name is our first name...and, our last name is our callsign. We have NO CLUE as to what the individual's last name is!!

    So true. Was a little the same on CB as well, you'd know people either by a V>handle ot a first name and callsign - in the 80s, it was a government issues V>callsign, today, it's something made up or assigned by a club - e.g. I now ha V>a CB callsign of Retro Radio 610, which is from a Facebook CB DX club. :)

    I've been doing nets since I first was licensed nearly 27 years ago.
    When they started allowing vanity callsigns, it caused "problems"...as
    you would hear a voice of a "regular checkin", and you'd write their
    name and callsign on the log.

    That didn't work on one net. One elderly ham, who had changed his
    callsign, called Net Control (me), so I wrote down on the log his
    callsign, name, and location. He came back with "This is [his new
    callsign, name, location]". I said "Oh <expletive!>"!!

    <scribble, scribble, scribble>...<tearing a hole in the log>.

    I replied "Darn your hide!!" <G>. But, I can't complain, because I
    held my original callsign for 18 years, then the first vanity callsign
    for only 3 years, then the current one is a keeper.

    Another ham had the callsign of K5NP -- and one ham came on and said
    "K 5 Nose Picker"...that ham (who was blind, and did a "blind joke net"
    on the local repeater one evening) grumbled "I'm going to change my
    callsign (hi hi).

    Truly...with friends like us, you don't need any enemies. :)

    Daryl, WX1DER

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Sun Jan 28 06:19:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to VK3JED <=-

    That reminds me of the T-Shirt that I saw a woman wearing once. It
    noted "I'm perfectly adjusted...so, please don't touch the knobs". I
    don't think I need to say where the knobs were located. <G>

    Oh dear. :D

    I've been doing nets since I first was licensed nearly 27 years ago. When they started allowing vanity callsigns, it caused "problems"...as
    you would hear a voice of a "regular checkin", and you'd write their
    name and callsign on the log.

    Hahaha, you log last names? ;)

    That didn't work on one net. One elderly ham, who had changed his callsign, called Net Control (me), so I wrote down on the log his callsign, name, and location. He came back with "This is [his new callsign, name, location]". I said "Oh <expletive!>"!!

    Hahaha, not an F bomb on air? ;)

    <scribble, scribble, scribble>...<tearing a hole in the log>.

    :D

    I replied "Darn your hide!!" <G>. But, I can't complain, because I
    held my original callsign for 18 years, then the first vanity callsign
    for only 3 years, then the current one is a keeper.

    I kept my original, and picked up a second one. :)

    Another ham had the callsign of K5NP -- and one ham came on and said
    "K 5 Nose Picker"...that ham (who was blind, and did a "blind joke net"
    on the local repeater one evening) grumbled "I'm going to change my callsign (hi hi).

    Truly...with friends like us, you don't need any enemies. :)

    LOL shit stirrers everywhere. :D Over here, shit stirring is a national sport. :D


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Sat Jan 27 20:16:00 2018
    Tony,

    That reminds me of the T-Shirt that I saw a woman wearing once. It noted "I'm perfectly adjusted...so, please don't touch the knobs". I don't think I need to say where the knobs were located. <G>

    Oh dear. :D

    Now, for the blondes, they might wonder. :P

    I've been doing nets since I first was licensed nearly 27 years ago. When they started allowing vanity callsigns, it caused "problems"...as you would hear a voice of a "regular checkin", and you'd write their name and callsign on the log.

    Hahaha, you log last names? ;)

    Not hardly. If anything, it's their name and location.

    callsign, name, location]". I said "Oh <expletive!>"!!

    Hahaha, not an F bomb on air? ;)

    It was the S one, but it wasn't on the air. :) That reminds me of one
    night when I was doing a net with a headset mic (this was in the analog
    days before Echolink and D-Star), and as a station checked in, I
    sneezed, and missed the callsign. I had to "ask for a fill, due to a
    technical issue in the shack" <G>.

    <scribble, scribble, scribble>...<tearing a hole in the log>.

    :D

    Not as bad as a fellow Volunteer Examiner (VE) going to separate the
    carbons from the CSCE (Certificate Of Successful Completion Of
    Examination -- that examinees get upon passing the exam). He went to
    tear it, and tore it from bottom to top...we had to redo the CSCE.

    An elderly gentleman, one of the VE's said "His wife needs to have him practice tearing the perforations on the toilet paper!!". Myself and
    another VE were laughing so hard, we were about to pee our pants!! :P

    The Liasion growled "I'm going to have to get a whole new VE Team!!


    I kept my original, and picked up a second one. :)

    I've often wondered about that. Also, on some "contesting bulletins",
    I've heard of stations "operating holiday style". I am not a fan of
    contesting (radiosport) myself...so, I have to ask "What is that??".

    LOL shit stirrers everywhere. :D Over here, shit stirring is a national spor V>:D

    Do you give brown ribbons?? :P

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Mon Jan 29 21:24:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to VK3JED <=-

    Hahaha, you log last names? ;)

    Not hardly. If anything, it's their name and location.

    Ahh, OK, just wondered why you mentioned the last nme issue earlier.

    callsign, name, location]". I said "Oh <expletive!>"!!

    Hahaha, not an F bomb on air? ;)

    It was the S one, but it wasn't on the air. :) That reminds me of one night when I was doing a net with a headset mic (this was in the analog days before Echolink and D-Star), and as a station checked in, I
    sneezed, and missed the callsign. I had to "ask for a fill, due to a technical issue in the shack" <G>.

    Hahahaha, OK.

    I've often wondered about that. Also, on some "contesting bulletins", I've heard of stations "operating holiday style". I am not a fan of contesting (radiosport) myself...so, I have to ask "What is that??".

    Yeah, not my cup of tea either. My idea of sport involves a lot more physical activity. ;)

    LOL shit stirrers everywhere. :D Over here, shit stirring is a national
    por
    :D

    Do you give brown ribbons?? :P

    Hahaha, scratch and sniff. ;P


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Tue Jan 30 10:36:00 2018
    Tony,

    Hahaha, you log last names? ;)

    Not hardly. If anything, it's their name and location.

    Ahh, OK, just wondered why you mentioned the last nme issue earlier.

    Did they change their names before their last name?? <G> For that
    matter, they may have changed their callsigns!! :D

    It was the S one, but it wasn't on the air. :) That reminds me of one night when I was doing a net with a headset mic (this was in the analog days before Echolink and D-Star), and as a station checked in, I sneezed, and missed the callsign. I had to "ask for a fill, due to a technical issue in the shack" <G>.

    Hahahaha, OK.

    I also had a dirty computer screen after that. :P

    Yeah, not my cup of tea either. My idea of sport involves a lot more physica V>activity. ;)

    Yeah, it's hard to pick up that silverware and food without fat
    fingers. <G>

    Do you give brown ribbons?? :P

    Hahaha, scratch and sniff. ;P

    Really...no wonder the dogs love them. :P

    Daryl

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Wed Jan 31 09:11:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to VK3JED <=-

    Did they change their names before their last name?? <G> For that matter, they may have changed their callsigns!! :D

    You tell me, you're telling the story! :P

    It was the S one, but it wasn't on the air. :) That reminds me of one night when I was doing a net with a headset mic (this was in the analog days before Echolink and D-Star), and as a station checked in, I sneezed, and missed the callsign. I had to "ask for a fill, due to a technical issue in the shack" <G>.

    Hahahaha, OK.

    I also had a dirty computer screen after that. :P

    ROFL!

    Yeah, not my cup of tea either. My idea of sport involves a lot more
    hysica
    activity. ;)

    Yeah, it's hard to pick up that silverware and food without fat
    fingers. <G>

    *SLAP* *sprints away*

    Sorry, couldn't resist. :P

    Do you give brown ribbons?? :P

    Hahaha, scratch and sniff. ;P

    Really...no wonder the dogs love them. :P

    :D


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  • From Daryl Stout@432:1/101 to VK3JED on Wed Jan 31 17:07:00 2018
    Tony,

    Did they change their names before their last name?? <G> For that matter, they may have changed their callsigns!! :D

    You tell me, you're telling the story! :P

    It's my other brother Darrell as Paul Harvey would say... "And now,
    you know...the rest of the story"!! <G>

    I also had a dirty computer screen after that. :P

    ROFL!

    I can just see you rolling on the floor. :P

    *SLAP* *sprints away*

    Sorry, couldn't resist. :P

    You need to get into practice...this once a month VoIPWx Net is bad
    for you. <G>

    ... They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...

    It's like "How can a man, hit a deer at 300 yards...and yet, miss the toilet??!!". :P

    Daryl

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  • From Vk3jed@432:1/101 to Daryl Stout on Fri Feb 2 06:58:00 2018
    Daryl Stout wrote to VK3JED <=-

    You tell me, you're telling the story! :P

    It's my other brother Darrell as Paul Harvey would say... "And now,
    you know...the rest of the story"!! <G>

    Ahh, the evil twin. LOL

    *SLAP* *sprints away*

    Sorry, couldn't resist. :P

    You need to get into practice...this once a month VoIPWx Net is bad
    for you. <G>

    Haha, I don't like your chances of catching me. You did see the results from the track I posted the other day, didn't you? :P

    For everyone else, this is a joke that started in the Echolink chat room on the VoIP WX Net back in 2004 during some major hurricane operations. Things would get so busy people forgot to look at the chat box, and so the *SLAP* was born. The sprinting away came later when I took up the track a few years ago. :)

    ... They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...

    It's like "How can a man, hit a deer at 300 yards...and yet, miss the toilet??!!". :P

    LOL, true. :)


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