Bad advice

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N0NC, May 1, 2021 at 3:48 PM.

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  1. AG4RT

    AG4RT Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Yep, hasn’t been for several years now.
     
  2. W3WN

    W3WN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Let’s not, and say we did...
     
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  3. W2AI

    W2AI QRZ Lifetime Member #240 Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    Good advice.....
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  4. W2AI

    W2AI QRZ Lifetime Member #240 Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    Rob, you'd be surprised what the average young teenager is exposed to as compared to what it was 50-60 years ago.
     
  5. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page

    It really is not bad advice.

    It is good advice for learning how Not to act while operating your station.
     
  6. AJ4GQ

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    Airplane II
     
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  7. W2TXB

    W2TXB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Sadly, much of the "advice" rendered online is, at best, of dubious quality. To see this in action every day, check out some of the RV "groups" on Faecesbook... the electrical discussions are comedy gold, making frequency "recommendations" appear sane by comparison. :eek:
     
  8. K8BZ

    K8BZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Surely you must have a drinking problem.
    Yes, I have a drinking problem. And don't call me Shirely!

     
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  9. N0NC

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    Believe me I've tried, but not having much luck convincing new hams or for that matter older hams to give morse a try. One of my good friends was working on the code up until they did away with the requirement, then, he quit the code, got his general and eventually his extra and spends most of his time on 75 meters. I feel like the lone ranger here in my club. Most of the OTs that knew morse are inactive now and dying off. I think it is the instant gratification syndrome that has becone common these days. I try to do a little CW everyday, but not much compnay here locally.

    73, Chuck
    N0NC
     
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  10. VK4HAT

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    Its not that sort of thing that I would worry about, but rather the you kids get off my lawn types. It only takes one person like that to totally destroy someones passion for a hobby. Hence why i would not encourage them to rag chew with any of us, but rather with their peers. Encourage them to enjoy aspects of radio where people do not care who they are, dx, pota/sota/wwff/iota, contests etc. These are pretty benign and welcoming sorts of things, rag chewers not so much at times. I have seen adults walk away from the hobby after one interaction with some butthurt who thinks they are gods gift to ham radio, if they cant deal with it, hows a kid with little to no resilience going to.
     

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