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Previous Callsigns: (KB2HJE, N2JUI, WX2L, N1RZ, NA1CW, FP/NA1CW, K1MIA, W4TRH, NN4DX)


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NOTE: You know you're a LID (and WE DO TO!) if you see someone spotted and you call CQ on "their" Frequency.

NOTE: Take the time to verify to your best ability that a frequency is not already occupied! Send "QRL?" at least once, better if twice with no answer the first time. WAIT at least a few seconds for a reply....5-10 seconds MINIMUIM! If you get a reply, QSY, and don't be a freakin PEST about it. ALSO pay attention to the recent spots on 6m, and make sure you aren't about to use a frequency already occupied that YOU MIGHT NOT get a response on. For example, if a rare Expedition is on .106 and you plop down and start CQing because you didn't hear anything there....you MAY be interfering with others who are monitoring for that rare Expedition.

NOTE: If you hear me calling 'CQ DX' and you are in North America DO NOT CALL ME. I work plenty of NA during typical single and multi-hop conditions when no DX path is available. There will be time to work me then. If I have prop to outside NA that is what I'm calling for. You WILL BE IGNORED. Sorry to have to say it like this, but this happens FAR TOO OFTEN. This isn't meant to anger anyone. But NA callers when DX path's are open is ridiculous. And those who do this should know better. If you didn't know better before, consider yourself informed now ;-)

NOTE: USE THE ENTIRE BAND! Spread out! We'll spot you! You'll have less interference, and create less for others maximizing success for ALL. Call Frequencies are for the WEAK MINDED!

Please spot me if you hear me. :-)

73 and Best DX to all.

BOTTOM LINE: Treat the rest of us the way you want to be treated. Or expect the Rath of Khan to decend upon you, and the fleas of 1000 camels to infest your armpits! :-) And by all means HAVE FUN OUT THERE! That's what it's all about. Just use some simple common sense. We all make mistakes...yes...even ME. :-) YOUR reputation is on the line. In the end, it doesn't matter how many DXCC you have, if we all think you suck :-)




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