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On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
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On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek


Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!


You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino


Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!

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wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!


You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino


Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!


You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

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Jim Pennino
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:46:05 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!

You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino


Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!


You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

--
Jim Pennino


No Jim;

I am responding to a bunch of-- old men-- who thought it was cool to bash others. Now go play with your grandkids or dog. I am not fresh meat for bashing.
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On 4/23/2017 3:00 PM, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:46:05 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!

You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino

Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!


You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

--
Jim Pennino


No Jim;

I am responding to a bunch of-- old men-- who thought it was cool to bash others. Now go play with your grandkids or dog. I am not fresh meat for bashing.


I'm not very good at remembering people in newsgroups, there is just a
printed name and some talk which is not enough to form much of an image
in my mind. I think I recall jim as being a real piece of work, but I'm
not certain I have the right guy. I want to say the person I recall
actually tried tracking down my history and claimed I wasn't a degreed
engineer. lol

People like that aren't even worth the response. I find it interesting
that so far he has only commented on the fact that you don't return to
the group very often. Nothing of value to say at all.

I don't think I've seen any of your fractal antenna work. I would be
interested. Is there a link?

--

Rick C
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 3:25:07 PM UTC-4, rickman wrote:
On 4/23/2017 3:00 PM, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:46:05 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!

You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino

Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!

You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

--
Jim Pennino


No Jim;

I am responding to a bunch of-- old men-- who thought it was cool to bash others. Now go play with your grandkids or dog. I am not fresh meat for bashing.


I'm not very good at remembering people in newsgroups, there is just a
printed name and some talk which is not enough to form much of an image
in my mind. I think I recall jim as being a real piece of work, but I'm
not certain I have the right guy. I want to say the person I recall
actually tried tracking down my history and claimed I wasn't a degreed
engineer. lol

People like that aren't even worth the response. I find it interesting
that so far he has only commented on the fact that you don't return to
the group very often. Nothing of value to say at all.

I don't think I've seen any of your fractal antenna work. I would be
interested. Is there a link?

--

Rick C

Well Rick,

Loss of memory is a common attribute of aging. I can't help you on that.

I can say that Jim's complaint of time--BTW call for Jim Pennino is WB6DKH--is also a common issue with aging.

What brought me back, Rick, was the ---admission of cruelty-- by one of your pals here on the 'news' group. And many of you looked back with nostalgic tears of 'beating'.

I just thought y'all like to know that I am so glad that I have been able to age so well, and watch those who dispense with cruelty age so poorly.

Not sure where you fall there Rick, so let's leave it at that. I wouldn't want the display of facts to be confused with cruelty.

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out. Time has been very good to me, for those who help themselves, and then help others.

So, to use the word of the hour, 'beat' that, OM.

Regards. Busy writing a patent and you guys have nothing to say, it would seem.


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On Friday, September 27, 2013 at 1:13:03 AM UTC-4, wrote:
On Thursday, September 26, 2013 8:04:59 PM UTC-5, David Ryeburn wrote:
In article ,

wrote:



On Monday, August 5, 2013 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:


This newsgroup is very slow.




I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating


here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.




...(snip)...



You can find Chip (W1YW) on QRZ.com




Are you arguing for not visiting QRZ.com ;-) ?


He's likely to sue anyone that shows up.. :/


Why don't you get on line and show us all the lawsuits . Believe me, I can and could easily afford the process. But resolution, to my satisfaction, has not, to date, required that burden on defendants. You guys would recognize the callsigns of two of my lawyers.

You can find me lots of places, but usually working in the lab with customers, or hanging with my family or friends. Not here, obviously. I have someplace to go and things to do, and people to see.

How 'bout you?
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On 4/23/2017 4:49 PM, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 3:25:07 PM UTC-4, rickman wrote:
On 4/23/2017 3:00 PM,
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:46:05 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!

You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino

Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!

You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

--
Jim Pennino

No Jim;

I am responding to a bunch of-- old men-- who thought it was cool to bash others. Now go play with your grandkids or dog. I am not fresh meat for bashing.


I'm not very good at remembering people in newsgroups, there is just a
printed name and some talk which is not enough to form much of an image
in my mind. I think I recall jim as being a real piece of work, but I'm
not certain I have the right guy. I want to say the person I recall
actually tried tracking down my history and claimed I wasn't a degreed
engineer. lol

People like that aren't even worth the response. I find it interesting
that so far he has only commented on the fact that you don't return to
the group very often. Nothing of value to say at all.

I don't think I've seen any of your fractal antenna work. I would be
interested. Is there a link?

--

Rick C

Well Rick,

Loss of memory is a common attribute of aging. I can't help you on that.

I can say that Jim's complaint of time--BTW call for Jim Pennino is WB6DKH--is also a common issue with aging.

What brought me back, Rick, was the ---admission of cruelty-- by one of your pals here on the 'news' group. And many of you looked back with nostalgic tears of 'beating'.

I just thought y'all like to know that I am so glad that I have been able to age so well, and watch those who dispense with cruelty age so poorly.

Not sure where you fall there Rick, so let's leave it at that. I wouldn't want the display of facts to be confused with cruelty.

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out. Time has been very good to me, for those who help themselves, and then help others.

So, to use the word of the hour, 'beat' that, OM.

Regards. Busy writing a patent and you guys have nothing to say, it would seem.


I can't say I understand your reply. I'm interested in your work. Do
you share any of it on a web site?

--

Rick C
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 5:09:46 PM UTC-4, rickman wrote:
On 4/23/2017 4:49 PM, wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 3:25:07 PM UTC-4, rickman wrote:
On 4/23/2017 3:00 PM,
wrote:
On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 1:46:05 PM UTC-4, wrote:
wrote:
On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:31:10 AM UTC-5, wrote:
wrote:
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 12:52:47 PM UTC-4, amdx wrote:
This newsgroup is very slow.
I remember fondly when Chip was here taking a beating
here for discussing his Fractal Antenna.
At least there was some enthusiasm shown.
Mikek

Well Mike, I certainly don't hang around people whose idea of a good time is to pull the feathers off a live eagle.

Sory to be 'so slow'; lotsa cool fractal antenna action. Its good to be da king!

You are responding to something that is nearly 4 years old.


--
Jim Pennino

Indeed.

Success has its compromises--like not having the time to respond to defamatory statements inveighed thru this 'news'group. You guys need to grow up and accept the fact that fractal antennas work as stated (by me) and are here to stay. This despite the bitterness of (some) bashing hams-- who (curiously!)died early; some of you call that the 'fractal curse'---- and others with nothing but time on their hands. I have a very good memory gentlemen; not all of you were so profoundly unkind, and I thank those few for their reasonable queries and responses. The rest of you got your own instant karma. IMO.

I am doing very FB. And enjoying myself immensely, but with a jam packed schedule. With no time for those who sit around trying to bash the already proven. Yawn.

Flower children grown thorns.

Jealous? Tuff:-)!

You are responding to something that is nearly 2 months old.

--
Jim Pennino

No Jim;

I am responding to a bunch of-- old men-- who thought it was cool to bash others. Now go play with your grandkids or dog. I am not fresh meat for bashing.

I'm not very good at remembering people in newsgroups, there is just a
printed name and some talk which is not enough to form much of an image
in my mind. I think I recall jim as being a real piece of work, but I'm
not certain I have the right guy. I want to say the person I recall
actually tried tracking down my history and claimed I wasn't a degreed
engineer. lol

People like that aren't even worth the response. I find it interesting
that so far he has only commented on the fact that you don't return to
the group very often. Nothing of value to say at all.

I don't think I've seen any of your fractal antenna work. I would be
interested. Is there a link?

--

Rick C

Well Rick,

Loss of memory is a common attribute of aging. I can't help you on that..

I can say that Jim's complaint of time--BTW call for Jim Pennino is WB6DKH--is also a common issue with aging.

What brought me back, Rick, was the ---admission of cruelty-- by one of your pals here on the 'news' group. And many of you looked back with nostalgic tears of 'beating'.

I just thought y'all like to know that I am so glad that I have been able to age so well, and watch those who dispense with cruelty age so poorly.

Not sure where you fall there Rick, so let's leave it at that. I wouldn't want the display of facts to be confused with cruelty.

As for me, I have no complaints on 'time', such as Jim points out. Time has been very good to me, for those who help themselves, and then help others.

So, to use the word of the hour, 'beat' that, OM.

Regards. Busy writing a patent and you guys have nothing to say, it would seem.


I can't say I understand your reply. I'm interested in your work. Do
you share any of it on a web site?

--

Rick C

No, I do not 'share'. If you want to wait, you can buy a book from Artech House that reviews fractal antennas.
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