Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KN6SD, May 13, 2018.
This happens in many forums.
I had antennas living on 4.5 acres. My house was nice because the antennas were mostly not visible. I was blessed with a promotion and moved to Jackson into a very nice neighborhood in a gated community. The LAST thing I wanted is for some "don't know when to stop" ham to put up a tower next door. Thank the Lord for HOAs. I have been here over 10 years and my house is well kept. It should sell easily.
I am retiring back to Florida and moving to an area with no HOA, but the houses are nice but older. Antennas are allowed, but because they are does not make them attractive. Since I have many large live oak trees, my goal is to be mostly invisible (again because antennas and towers are ugly). If that offends anyone, then that's you.
Not everyone likes modern art either.
Yes, I could have a giant statue of a man's a$$ with a bumble bee shoved up his bum and call it art. I always try to remember that "beauty is in the eyes of the bee holder".
Nope. I have valid premises which lead to true conclusions.
I'm beginning to think you weren't a good student. You're referencing an article citing 2015 data. The one I referenced is 2017 data, two years newer.
I buy title insurance to protect myself from invalid premises.
Am I to assume you ascribe to the theory - garbage in; true conclusions out?
And if anyone cares, the Bloomberg report from which those excerpts were quoted is dated May 18, 2018. I didn't go to the California School of Contrivances.
Meanwhile, we still have no complaints from the thousands of hams who actually live in HOAs. Just some side-show antics from the same few busy-bodies intent on changing other peoples' neighborhoods.
Like Claude Rains?
That seems to validate the Businessinsider.com article April 11 2018.