Over the weekend I was trying to work a new country for my DXCC award and it so happened that a number of like minded hams were attempting the same thing, Some of us had been trying for the better part of 1.5 hours to make a contact when out of the blue a west coast big gun comes on and gets the DXer's attention and this was the jest of the conversation.
"Hello OM glad to hear your booming signal on the west coast again today, when we talked here on 20 meters yesterday you were not quite this loud so I thought I had better let you know that you were really burning the tops off the clouds out here. Then what followed was about 15 minutes of idle chatter with the west coast station doing the majority of the talking bragging about his 170' tower and huge monster antenna. Now if that wasn't bad enough he asks the DX station to say hi to his friend whom the DX station had also talked to yesterday.
Do you see anything wrong here? Not all of us have 170' towers and brag about how we can use 3KW if need be, some of us live in the midwest where we have to get past each coast to make a contact. If you have worked a station the day before and you are not passing on vital information why not politely keep your mouth shut and let others have a chance to work the rare one. By the time the big wheel big gun was done the band was headed out and another chance to get the new one went out with it.
Just my personal opinion
Yep, I do see something wrong:
You need to expand your horizons and try different modes.
I don't see the station as very rare, if he's on in two sequential days.