I think I remember reading that post also. An EU station getting all bent out of shape about other EU stations calling him when he was calling for DX... A veritable tempest in a teapot. Some folks take ham radio way too seriously. These same folks take QRZ too seriously too! Ham radio is a diversion from the ups and downs of daily life. If it ever rises to the level of becoming your sole purpose for living, well you need to re-think things. So, once upon a time, when I was a newbie, I got chastised for calling "CQ DX" on ten meters. The OF told me that I was missing out on a Chinese station just up the band, and why was I wasting time calling CQ DX when the DX was over there? I had the pleasure of telling the OF that the China station had answered me when I called for DX, and then when we were finished talking I relinquished the frequency over to the fellow from China, and went to this frequency to start over... Strangely enough, I did not hear back from the OF, who, by-the-way, never offered up his call sign... I learned later, that the "DX Cops" hardly ever tell you who they are. Anyway, it was a learning experience. These days, not having a big station, I never call for DX. Still work some from time to time, usually during contests.