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On Feb 4, 8:04 am, Cecil Moore wrote:
Bryan wrote:
For expressing pride to others, one could display it.
For the purpose of pride to oneself, it need not be displayed.


From Wikipedia's "Seven Deadly Sins":

"Pride/Hubris (Latin, superbia) ...
In almost every list Pride is considered the original and
most serious of The Seven Deadly Sins, and indeed the ultimate
source from which the others arise."
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What does Wikipedia say about the Church of Saint Hiram? Do they
communicate in Latin?


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On Feb 4, 12:48 pm, Dave Heil wrote:
wrote:
On Feb 4, 8:04 am, Cecil Moore wrote:
Bryan wrote:
For expressing pride to others, one could display it.
For the purpose of pride to oneself, it need not be displayed.
From Wikipedia's "Seven Deadly Sins":


"Pride/Hubris (Latin, superbia) ...
In almost every list Pride is considered the original and
most serious of The Seven Deadly Sins, and indeed the ultimate
source from which the others arise."
--
73, Cecil http://www.w5dxp.com


What does Wikipedia say about the Church of Saint Hiram? Do they
communicate in Latin?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_St._Hiram

Dave K8MN-


Looks like any other episode of "Extra's Behaving Badly."

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wrote:
On Feb 4, 12:48 pm, Dave Heil wrote:
wrote:
On Feb 4, 8:04 am, Cecil Moore wrote:
Bryan wrote:
For expressing pride to others, one could display it.
For the purpose of pride to oneself, it need not be displayed.
From Wikipedia's "Seven Deadly Sins":
"Pride/Hubris (Latin, superbia) ...
In almost every list Pride is considered the original and
most serious of The Seven Deadly Sins, and indeed the ultimate
source from which the others arise."
--
73, Cecil
http://www.w5dxp.com
What does Wikipedia say about the Church of Saint Hiram? Do they
communicate in Latin?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_St._Hiram



Looks like any other episode of "Extra's Behaving Badly."


You posed a question. I provided an accurate answer.

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Knowing you did it is not enough? You need validation from the ARRL
in the form of a certificate?


One could simply tape the over-the-air code test and play it over and
over to "copy" it, and then submit it. But that's getting kinda lame....


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On Feb 4, 6:03 pm, robert casey wrote:
Knowing you did it is not enough? You need validation from the ARRL
in the form of a certificate?


One could simply tape the over-the-air code test and play it over and
over to "copy" it, and then submit it. But that's getting kinda lame....


I'm not Robesin. I don't need to lie to myself.

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"KH6HZ" wrote in message
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extremely doubtful

I suspect other organizations, like FISTS, may step up to the plate and
offer some type of competency certificates, if you're really interested in
such things.

Despite what you read here, from a few embittered people who feel the code
exam "persecuted" them, most hams on the airwaves really don't care if you
passed a 5, 13, or 20wpm code test or not.

Why? Well, if I CQ in morse code on a frequency at 25wpm, and you respond,
and we have a nice conversation -- does it really matter if you "passed" a
20wpm code test or not?

73
kh6hz

Well said Mike.
Ace - WH2T, 20 WPM Extra




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