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What is your Plan B?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Life' started by JK1DMV, Jun 28, 2021.

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  1. KY4GD

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    My oncologist certainly has a sense of humor - he is keeping me waiting to hear the results of an MRI I had about 30 minutes ago. It is hilarious! (I kid, he is a great doctor and greatness cannot be rushed).

    Thank you for your service, Jim.
  2. N3AWS

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    Thanks, Carl, and congratulations on your Extra Class! I hope and pray that your oncologist delivers good news to you shortly!


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  3. N3IOE

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    My Plan B is to go to Plan C.
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  4. N3AWS

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    And you could have 23 more alternates until you have to go to a different nomenclature scheme!
  5. JK1DMV

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    My plan B is local food.
    Plan C would be hot spring, Onsen.
  6. JK1DMV

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    This time, I didn't need plan B.
  7. KD8ZMN

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    Hey, I'm an Ohio native. I never say "worsh". OTOH I call a soft drink "pop". I once knew a guy from Albany NY. When he heard me refer to a soft drink as "pop" he looked at me funny and said "That's a "soda", "pop's what I call my Dad!"
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  8. W2AAT

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    Pepsi and coke will always be POP and not soda... I should note that I was from Buffalo...Now, regarding the "worsh" comment, it may be something that came out of Lima Ohio...

    Old joke... A person won a contest... First prize was a trip to Lima Ohio... Second prize was two trips to Lima... But, it reality... Lima is the home of Fair Radio Sales and it doesn't get any better than shopping at Fair Radio.... Honestly
  9. KD8ZMN

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    I've always wondered where the Pop/Soda divide was. I guess Buffalo calls it "pop" because of it's proximity to Lake Erie. In parts of PA it's called "soda pop". I guess it's a gray line.

    As for Ohioans who say "worsh", our governor has that kind of accent and he's from Centerville not to far from Dayton.
  10. KP4SX

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    Down south it is (was) simply called a coke. "What kind of coke do you want? Grape, Orange or CocaCola?"
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