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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 07:23:01 PM 
Started by KD0ZGW - Last post by KD0PO
check out 7.195 some Friday or Saturday evening. those jerks think they own 10 up and 10 down...

good Lord!!!!

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 07:10:53 PM 
Started by KT0DD - Last post by W8JX
I drive a diesel Ford Mondeo, its the second one I've had and a newer generation than the last one. Neither have presented me with any problems and any noise I do get is always from passing gasoline cars and their noisy sparkplugs.

You have not been around some of the oil burners in US. Stricter emissions and higher tech/very high pressure injection systems using quartz control injectors can cause RFI. Recent Ford power strokes can be a challenge. Proper resistor spark plugs with suppressor cables can quell it. When they are noisy it is generally because because cables or plugs are breaking down and need replacement. 

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 07:09:19 PM 
Started by KD5YAQ - Last post by KD5YAQ
I have noticed something in the e-mails I got from this MaryJo Mellor character that almost tried to scam me, and also a lot of others using different call signs, and other people's information. In the correspondence to myself and other hams, the e-mail this person sends out almost always says "I am prepared to do shipping in here". Where is "in here"? Why is this person doing shipping "in here"? Reminds me of some dumb rap song used in a movie I watched referring to "up in here up in here". I have this mental image of some thug using slang talking about doing shipping "up in here yo" while telling his other thug buddies he is going to make money scamming those people who use those "poe-leece radio lookin things". Scumbags!

Sorry - - I was trying to portray the comical mental image I had which is difficult to do in words. My point is that this person almost always uses incorrect grammar and due to their repetitive nature in using incorrect grammar in the same way and same pattern over and over again they should be easy to spot regardless of which identity they choose to use at any given moment.

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 06:55:14 PM 
Started by N7RST - Last post by W8JX
Do not blame FedEx, blame person that shipped it. I have had excellent luck with them. If indeed it went to wrong address I suspect it was addressed incorrectly. You are chasing wrong tail. Chase seller.  

Sorry but it WAS addressed correctly.  I saw the scan (later) of the label.  No errors.

A scan by who and why late? If it is properly submitted to FedEx the tracking number on label is in system as soon as the get package and you can see where it is supposed to go. Still think your chasing wrong dog here and seller did not submit it properly into system.

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 06:47:33 PM 
Started by K8OT - Last post by W8JX
Why does a non-resonant but otherwise matched (by a tuner) antenna waste power?

Antennas do NOT have to be resonant to radiate efficiently.....

Agreed but MJR does not understand that. Most SS amps are good to 1.5 swr give or take but can fold back power if it is higher. Most (not all) decent tube amps do not fuss much until SWR is 3 to 1 or higher making need for a tuner a lower priority. 

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 06:41:57 PM 
Started by K5TED - Last post by K0JEG
It's a fairly big business in the pro audio and video world.

http://www.avid.com/US/products/family/ArtistSeriesControlSurfaces


 97 
 on: Yesterday at 06:37:01 PM 
Started by KW4AE - Last post by N9DSJ
I always send 73 (along with a bit more at times) just as I would say some sort of closing comment to someone in person. Common courtesy or just habit, I guess..

73,

Bill N9DSJ

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 06:13:59 PM 
Started by N7RST - Last post by N7RST
Do not blame FedEx, blame person that shipped it. I have had excellent luck with them. If indeed it went to wrong address I suspect it was addressed incorrectly. You are chasing wrong tail. Chase seller.  

Sorry but it WAS addressed correctly.  I saw the scan (later) of the label.  No errors.

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 06:08:28 PM 
Started by WE1X - Last post by K1BQT
Yes, indeed. Dry 9913 is great, but it can turn into garden hose in a heartbeat. Glad you found the culprit.  Wink

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 06:02:18 PM 
Started by KG0DB - Last post by W0MT
I have read CC&Rs that never mention antennas and towers but they create an Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC is given the power to review and approve or disapprove virtually any exterior changes that a land owner might make. In other words, the absence of any mention of antennas or towers might not be a “green light.” You have to carefully read the entire document.

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