Sawy... whe d'ya move yup ta r-cansaw dere cusin' ?
Originally Posted by KB1NXE
73 de Charles - KC8VWM
North American QRP CW Club #3159, SKCC# 5752
The local "Brummie" accent here would have it as "Yow all"...whatever, good luck, see you on 20 metres SSB soon, I hope!
"Only in silence the word, only in dark the light, only in dying life: bright the hawk's flight on the empty sky."
My dear departed MIL used to write "younse guys" in her letters to us here in AR. She was from WI.
Ask about the CW while you're there.
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Thanks to all who educated me on the "y'all" thing. Very entertaining. Here all along I thought it was just a word spoken by someone who didn't pay attention in English class. Being from West Virginia originally and thinking of moving back there ("Country Roads, Take Me Home), I am somewhat sensitive to being classified as a hillbilly, backwoods hick from up in a hollar. So I TRY to sound somewhat intelligent in my speaking and writing.
KB3LAZ - in addition to warsh, you forgot to mention the state to the left of Pennsylvania, A-hi-ya. I keep telling my Mother there are O's in Ohio, and there's also one in Carolina (South Kerlina).
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I passed my General test Thursday night and am hoping you do well also.
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Sorry so late, been puttin' up a 20/40 dipole.
Originally Posted by KC5SAS
Yeah, I've got that /AG on the suffix !!!!!!
good luck.im gonna upgrade in the autumn.i am still in deep study,have been for the last month.but good luck to you.YOU WILL DO IT!!!!
Congratulations ! Hope to talk to you soon.
Congrats I might hear you now!!!
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