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great ham radio print that my wife gave me!

Discussion in 'Discussions, Opinions & Editorials' started by KU8V, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. KU8V

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    My wife surprised me with a gift of a reproduction of this Schlitz ad, from around 1952 I think. I'm not sure I can imagine her waiting on me hand and foot to bring me beers while I spend countless hours on the radio. But she is remarkably indulgent in accommodating my hobby, and having a laugh about it as well.

    Regards,


    David Ballenger
    KU8V






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  2. K7WFM

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    That is really really nice. I'd keep her if I were you.
     
  3. K8ERV

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    His desk is MUCH too clean!

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
  4. KJ4VTH

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    A forum member has that picture as his avatar.
     
  5. W7UUU

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    Ahem..... :D:D (I believe there's one other, and his is a bit larger in the crop)

    I might add that when I first saw this ad back in 2006, I checked all the callsigns - W2BOB is
    the only "real" one - I emailed with him then - he had no idea his call had been used in a
    beer ad, even while the ad was current (he's had the call for decades).

    Fun stuff.!

    Dave
    WB7AWK
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2012
  6. W4KTL

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    Despite my avatar, my XYL doesn't bring me a cool one to the shack either.
     
  7. KU8V

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    Thank you. I'm definitely a lucky man!
     
  8. KC8VWM

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    Well... we can all dream of such a thing occurring can't we?
     
  9. KJ4VTH

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    Interesting antenna setup you have on your townhouse; well done!
     
  10. K6CPO

    K6CPO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Times have sure changed since 1952. Women in dresses and men wearing ties at home. I can remember my family driving across country in the 1950's and my father wearing a suit every day of the trip.
     
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