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Rich Mulvey aprs at mulveyfamily.com
Tue Jun 3 15:27:35 UTC 2008


Scott Miller wrote:
>> time.  I even had one piece of work who insisted that it was against FCC 
>> regulations to post notes on amateur radio lists without properly 
>> identifying myself.  I tell ya, the world is full of them...
>>     
>
> Then by all means post the message so we can mock^h^h^h^hcorrect them 
> and weed out some of these trolls who are harassing SIG members.  They 
> do NOT speak for the majority, and they give the rest of us a bad name.
>
>   

   Unfortunately I can't recall who it was, as it was a couple of years 
ago.  I do remember that he posted something else on the QRP-L QRP list 
asking who he should call at the FCC to complain that someone on AOL was 
"pirating" his callsign, because they had an NXXXX account name.  Just 
one of those kinds of people, I guess.


> Sure, posting your callsign on a ham radio related SIG is nice, and 
> helpful if you're complaining about an APRS problem, but we should have 
> no need to prove our credentials with every post.
>   


   The callsign-cops who have sent those kinds of notes in the past have 
been, as far as I recall, always been people who I'd never heard of 
before.  Certainly not any 'regulars' from the lists.  Maybe it makes 
them feel important.

- Rich, AA2YS




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