Is it "73" or "73's"? I know the answer. Curious what you think

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  1. W9RAC

    W9RAC Subscriber QRZ Page

    I'll need you to translate that, I do not know what your meaning. 73, Rich
     
  2. W9BRD

    W9BRD Ham Member QRZ Page


    I get it, but I'm with KBW, writing in 1931:

    We rise to express our anguish in much the same fashion that we would if someone started a vogue of saying 74 instead of 73 to mean the same thing.​

    -- from "It's Been a Great Winter" (http://dpnwritings.nfshost.com/ej/kbw3105.htm).

    Sven D. Trees,

    Dave
    amateur radio W9BRD
     
  3. W3WN

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    73 + 88 = ??
     
  4. W9BRD

    W9BRD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Still doesn't beat, from WB1HIH's QSL card of long ago: "The station that's a laugh and a half."
     
  5. W9RAC

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    Perhaps I have overestimated the learning intellect here? But as the case may be, 73 Rich
     
  6. NL7W

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    I'll use "73's" on 10 meters, if F2 ever returns.
    Ha! I have my doubts.
     
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2019
  7. W4IOA

    W4IOA Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'll say 72 but you'll owe me one
     
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  8. W7UUU

    W7UUU Super Moderator Lifetime Member 133 Administrator Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    "You are 1x1"

    Does that help? :p

    Dave
    W7UUU
     
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  9. WZ7U

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    Ha!
     
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  10. WD3N

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    73 ...Prime number no matter how you stack it....3,7,37,73
    ha ha ha
     

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