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Author Topic: Vanity License Plates & Personal Safety  (Read 1044 times)
W3LK
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« Reply #15 on: June 15, 2007, 05:56:51 AM »

<< Lon, you really should refrain from making clinical diagnosis of which you are completely unqualified. .>>

(1) you don't know whether I am qualified or not. Follow your own advice.

<<  as such borders on libel >>

(2) You are so full of it.

End of discussion.

73,

Lon - W3LK
Baltimore, Maryland - soon to be Naugatuck, Connecticut
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A smoking section in a restaurant makes as much sense as a peeing section in a swimming pool.
KD8Z
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« Reply #16 on: June 15, 2007, 09:43:26 AM »

LON wrote "(1) you don't know whether I am qualified or not. Follow your own advice."

I certainly do know that you are not qualified as no one   that is qualified would write such drivel in a public forum and expose themselves to the level you have.

I sure hope that you are not the typical example of our "Homeland Security" in this country, if you are we are all in for a real awakening.  Se there, if you go on the personal attack eventually even I will reciprocate.


73
btw, libel is slander in print!
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WA4MJF
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« Reply #17 on: June 20, 2007, 08:23:18 AM »

The XYL and I had run ham plates on our cars
forever, it seems, with no problems.  When I
retired, I put Retired LEO plates on my CVPIs
to replace a ham plate and a RVN Vet Plate,
but XYL still has her ham plate on her Vic.
The ARRL B&W Amateur Radio plate is on the front
of all of them.

The only thing that I've noticed is folks tend
stay a lot further away with the badge plates,
than with the ham and RVN plates.  However,
if you drive like you  have some sense and
follow the rules of the road, you should not
have any trouble any way.

73 de Ronnie
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WY3X
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« Reply #18 on: June 20, 2007, 07:10:55 PM »

It's been said many times- the best defense is a good offense. Get your concealed weapons carry permit and use it. I've had to unholster my weapon twice. I never had to fire it, as it was a strong enough deterrent in it's own right. What would I have done if I had to fire it? Stay alive, and that's good enough for me! -KR4WM
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ONAIR
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« Reply #19 on: June 21, 2007, 12:57:49 PM »

    I can't wait 'till they come out with the Star Trek phasers that just stun people.  Would solve a lot of problems.
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N4CQR
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« Reply #20 on: June 26, 2007, 10:33:00 AM »

I type my vehicle license number into Google and nothing about me comes up. I type my ham call and the 2nd hit is my name and address.

What I think is really interesting is the ham that post pictures of all of his equipment on his (and other) web sites and then post in some public forum that he and the family will be vacationing in the Bahamas for two weeks beginning Friday....

J C S
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