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http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2006/09/15/102/?nc=1


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Middle photo.

http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2006/09/15/102/?nc=1


The story from which it came:

http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2005/05/16/3/


Frequently Asked Questions:

http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2005/05/16/3/faq.html

The original clip can be downloaded from a number of sites. It's very
good.

btw, the Morse ops were going less than 30 wpm - far below the world
record - yet they easily defeated the world record text-messagers.

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Makes you wonder. Chip Margelli is going to Heil Sound, and Dennis
Motschenbacher is going to Yaesu. Why all of a sudden are prominent
ARRL HQ staffers jumping ship? Must be for the money.

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Makes you wonder. Chip Margelli is going to Heil Sound, and Dennis
Motschenbacher is going to Yaesu. Why all of a sudden are prominent
ARRL HQ staffers jumping ship? Must be for the money.


Anyone who relies on hams and ham radio as
being a money making deal in anything is a
flipping fool who's wheels are completely off-the-rails.

Well.....perhaps not everything. I hear at some VEC
in SoCal and some parts of Fla you can make
quite alot of "scratch" selling Advanced and Extra
class tickets - esp to boaters - hint-hint-hint.
The only other money maker is a
certain seller of ham radio gear on e-bay.
(you know who of they are)

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Middle photo.

http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2006/09/15/102/?nc=1

I thought those "snappy" outfits looked apropro considering the
fantastic speed of manual morsemanship...a throwback to the
old days before teleprinters laid 'em all off.

Those sleeve garters could be snapped, of course.

But...dere com de judge, dere com de judge Jimmy, slavering on
about an old entertainment thing on the Tonight show. :-)

Just the thing to set modern communications in full-steam
RETROGRADE mode and manual morsemen...and the errors
they introduced into vital telegrams which resulted in many
lawsuits. ARRL no want us to hear about lawsuits. (dey
nebbah hoppen say Newington)

I'd like to see a REAL contest. One where snappy-dressed
1890's dressing morsemen or even 1930's dressing morsemen
compete with a 60 WPM typist on an old Teletype. Of course,
we wouldn't see that since that's a setup "against manual morse"
and thus "not in favor of the 'spirit' and 'tradition' of olde-tyme
amateur radio." :-)

Wonder if Leno's studio set had a spitoon and a horse tethered
outside the door? That would have made the setting nice and
retro...

Neigh...





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I thought those "snappy" outfits looked apropro considering the
fantastic speed of manual morsemanship...a throwback to the
old days before teleprinters laid 'em all off.


Ahhhh.....Blow your smoke up your fake shrink wife's skirt, Lennie!

MORKIE says learning code is EASY!

Message-ID: .com

KB9RQZ Said: "oh learning code is easy"

There you have it, folks! Morkie learning code is easy!

Steve, K4YZ

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stop the lies stop the vandalism

show-na-to-va (that is the greeting for this time of year as a JEW
rendered phonicticaly)
happy new years it means and it can be better one if Wismen Robson and
SC a few just decided to not to be as hateful

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