Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KC9FVR, Jun 9, 2004.
Does anyone want to talk?
Come on over, I'll give you something to do that will relieve your boredom.
so wuts up?
Talk to me, young man.
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Sure ... meet ya on 7040 khz at 0200Z June 9
Does anyone want to listen??
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YEAH HAY DERE
The real Amateur Radio skill is listening. The ratio of usage between speaker and microphone [sp:mic] should be at least equal to that of the distribution between ears and mouths [=/>2:1.]
your statement has the words : " I am bored ".
Your profile reads TECHNICIAN
Study to become a general class operator. HF is a wonderful place to find / make new friends and be able to talk 24 / 7 on the different bands with a modest system.
Sure you have to take new tests and learn more. But that is GOOD. You have already shown that you ARE capable to learn, since you know as much as you do. Strive to learn more.
You can do it. The tests are not that hard. Memorization is not required, just knowing the answer to a few questions. Many others from varied life situations have accomplished it....lawyers, doctors, truck drivers, house wives, children under the age of 10, computer wizards , wal - mart employees, college students, law enforcement officials...the list is endless of who you will find on vhf, uhf and the HF frequencies.
Keep searching, continue to learn about the varied ways of AMATEUR radio. YOU can do it.
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