</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (KL7FZ @ April 13 2004,14:59)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Not long ago, some of the locals here discussed doing that very same publication. Good job, and it's is great to see someone took the initiative to get it done. Now... about the sequel. "Ham Radio for Bubbas" But all this does beg the question..."Do we really need more Dummies in Amateur Radio?" I thought that was the purpose of the new licensing proposals. I hope it has real large easy to read print, 3rd grade reading level language, colorful illustrations with little animals, and neat popups between the pages. And all this time I thought Amateurs Handbook was ham radio for dummies. Silly me. Whoops! I forgot about "Now You're Talking". Wasn't that for dummies also? Anyhow, I am glad some one is going to make something off the idea. Get the profit now, reinvest, and then you can go on to something that will have some technical merit after Amateur Radio has degenerated into dummydom. Maybe that should be the name for the new entry level license class "Dummy". Watch for my new publication "Tying Shoelaces for Dummies" KL7FZ[/QUOTE]<span id='postcolor'> Or how about "Upgrading For the Unmotivated"...the pages are all blank!