Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WA4BCS, Jul 11, 2016.
I guess mine a cool one- 9A5O, my name is SadO
. I mean, I was 9A2OP, a logical step when i moved up the ladder to shorten it to 9A5S /number 2 was out of the question for various reasons) but (9)A5S looked like ASS and I was sad about it. signed SadO, 9A5O
Founder of QRZ.com. Fred.
yep... I was 8-11pm 1974-76
Neat story...but I'll bet ???EEE was accustomed to confused operators.
Got in a several hour round table one night with KC9UDS, KX9M, and KX9N.
It truly IS a small world ......
I like my new call sign, N0Zo. An added bonus is one of my close friends, who is not far distance wise, is NZ2O. We are frequently confused not only by the call signs being very close, but our voices don't sound too dissimilar. Sometimes, speaking the call sign without phonetics, people get confused (me included occasionally) since it almost sounds like en-zero-zero instead of en-zero-zee-oh, so I will sometimes tell people "like bozo but an N instead"
We've got a local new guy with an EEE suffix who is saying "_ _ _ triple-e".
I've got to see if I can get him to say "echo... Echo... Echo..."
I think I recall someone with evidence that the FCC frowns upon things like "triple e" anyway.