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Author Topic: Amateur Radio – Four Years Later  (Read 9049 times)
N4CR
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« Reply #45 on: June 09, 2009, 04:20:35 PM »

"Yeah, that's true. If I had to do it over again, I might have been less confrontational. I didn't lose anything from this thread, but I'm uncertain to anything I gained either. Some have agreed, some haven't, but either way, it's still business-as-usual, eh? I doubt any change will come from it, so it's been a lost cause before it even became one."

Your posting was a rant. Rants are usually a lost cause from the beginning, simply because they are one sided.

Go find a young ham and take him or her under your wing. Teach them the finer points. Relay your wisdom. Answer their questions before they even know they are questions. Introduce them to new concepts.

Do that it will never be a lost cause. It will never be business as usual. It will be gain. It will be change.

It's up to you, not everyone else.
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73 de N4CR, Phil

Never believe an atom. They make up everything.
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