Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by AA7BQ, Jan 15, 2005.
Being out of work, when you need to work, really s*cks!
I left PGandE to head up efforts to fix some serious power system deficiencies at a Department of Energy facility. Some of the work I did involved classified systems, so I won't discuss that.
My pension from PGandE of course wouldn't be quite as much as if I had stayed there until normal retirement age.
I probably wouldn't decline an offer from an entity wishing to explore the effects of BPL on a distribution system, or comparing its proposed uses in control or monitoring of power system performance or utilization. Athough, I'm not actively soliciting offers.
No, I haven't done any work for the ARRL. Although, I have exchanged quite a few emails with League officers and staff.
I've also exchanged emails with state public utility commissions as well. But, most were concerned with safe operation of uncertified BPL devices on distribution lines.
Satisfied now? Probably not.
The scrutiny I applied to you was just superficial. That's all that was needed. Your behavior on this thread offers a new definition of disinterest. In fact, each time I hear you express it, it invokes a bigger laugh than AG4YO's funnies.
Huh? Someone mention my name? Just sitting here dreaming of the day I can look at Pamela Anderson pictures over my Amateur Radio digital connection. Wow. That will be something! And we'll have Chip to thank for it.
Why can't you do that now?
She does wear clothes, on occasion, FYI.
I was waiting until our digital dreams come true for Amateur Radio but looks like you've been scoping her out already! LOL.
All I've seen reveals her to be a healthy young lady who fits well in a red bathing suit.
Your experience may differ.