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When All Else Fails...

from savagepacer.com on July 22, 2013
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When All Else Fails...

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When All Else Fails...  
by K1CJS on July 22, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
Wouldn't it be funny if the ARRL sued them for plagiarism?
 
RE: When All Else Fails...  
by W7KKK on July 22, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
It appears to be a newspaper article and may have been generated by the group itself for publicity.
So where do you get the basis for a lawsuit?
Yes I know, anyone can file a lawsuit.
 
When All Else Fails...  
by W5TTW on July 23, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
I'd wager that 99% of the emcomm articles are self-initiated. How else would the media know that they exist?
 
RE: When All Else Fails...  
by K1CJS on July 24, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
The lawsuit angle? Simply this--those four words are exactly what the ARRL uses day to day, and they are exactly what they used in their field day posters a few years ago.
 
RE: When All Else Fails...  
by K1CJS on July 24, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
BTW, it was also meant to be somewhat humorous.
 
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