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[aprssig] New APRS Baby-on-board symbol ?

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Thu Aug 21 04:23:11 UTC 2008


Perfect, there's already a skull symbol on the Garmins!

Hmm, I think I'm using that for 'killed' objects, though...

Scott
N1VG

John Vause wrote:
> I still like the Skull-and-Crossbones. And yeah, it might mean "lead 
> poisoning" to carjackers and other ne're-do-wells. :-|
> 
> Amateur Radio WB8NUT wrote:
>> The skull and cross bones may be taken as a person with poison in their 
>> vehicle :-)
>>
>> I think a simple human figure with gun in hand would make a nice symbol 
>> for a person out and about carrying ARPS and a concealed weapon for defense.
>>
>> JMHO
>>
>> Duffy
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>> John Vause wrote:
>>   
>>> I nominate a cannon or crossed-rifles symbol. Or maybe 
>>> Skull-and-Crossbones poison symbol would be more appropriate. }:-)
>>>
>>>     
>>
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