Most look ups on QRZ

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  1. N6PAA

    N6PAA Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    A while back, someone posted a question about most look-ups on QRZ. The most I have ever seen is 10,000,018 look-ups for KI6KY. And, it seems stuck at that number. Maybe I'm reading this wrong. John lives nearby and I only ever hear him most days on 7.255.
  2. NI7I

    NI7I Guest

    You can edit your lookups to whatever number yuou choose.. I just changed mine back to zero..
  3. NI7I

    NI7I Guest

    Just looked up his call and his actual lookups (in parens) is just over 4k..
  4. N6PAA

    N6PAA Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    I'm not finding where I can take control or edit my lookups to any number.
  5. NI7I

    NI7I Guest

    Lookup your call sign. Chose to edit your record. Edit your "calol sign" information.. You can change the look up number there.
  6. W9OE

    W9OE Ham Member QRZ Page

    Oh Snap, the secret is out! I think the count should stand still until the (actual look ups) catches up with the embellished number. I don't know why some think that the amount of look ups is so important anyway. Everyone can see the (actual number) so why change the counter?

    I spend a fair amount of time on 20 and 40 meters. However it appears that the bulk of the look ups to my page are local. I spend very little time (less than an hour a week)on the local repeaters.

    It must be first impression syndrome. If I look up someone and the counter says 10,000 but the (actual look up) says 1500. My first opinion WT&??? Does not make for a good first impression now does it???
  7. XU7ADQ

    XU7ADQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Kinda like the people with huge cars.

    I was always taught that they're compensating for something:rolleyes:
  8. N0AZZ

    N0AZZ Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    When your 6'5" small cars just don't cut it no leg room.
  9. AC4UT

    AC4UT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Wise man say " look up too much, get bird droppings on face".
  10. N2RJ

    N2RJ XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    I have a friend who is 6'7" (and not skinny either) and comfortably drives a Prius. In fact he loves it. His old car was a Ford Taurus.

    Maybe some cars are too small but most smaller cars will fit larger people.
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