I received a B.A. from Western Washington University (2012 Division 2 NCAA National Basketball Champions) and M.S. and Ph.D. Degrees from Washington State University. In retrospect, I should have instead gotten on the dole with a fake disability and had fun. I will now have to wait for retirement to have fun at the taxpayers' expense. The homunculus pictured above was taken from my seminar on Morse Code given at the 2011 Spokane, WA Hamfest. This image shows the proportion of the brain devoted to sensory and motor control of our body. This shows that a disproportionate amount of the brain is devoted to the hands and the mouth. This is the justification for my next project: a mouth keyer for mobile C.W. operation.
I signed up with an internet dating site. I filled out a long questionaire and they matched me with a date based on my answers. They found my perfect match! She is hotter than a pair of 3CX800A7 tubes in an Alpha 87 during a DX Contest! She is reported to be a TV celebrity with dozens of viewers. In addition to her good looks, she is supposed to have a nice personality. I can't wait to meet her. She is pictured below.
I do not send QSL cards. The good news is that I will never pressure or beg for your card. If you are serious about QSLs or awards you should move to North Korea and you should be able to get a lot of both. You should, however, pack your own lunch since the restaurants have gotten poor reviews by the major Restaurant Magazines. To their credit, however, I have heard that North Korea has much better border security on their Southern Border then the United States.
The following is my favorite Morse Code scene from a Movie. This is from "On the Beach" released in 1959. Nuclear War breaks out in 1964 (the year I got my Amateur License) and the only sign of life in the Northern Hemisphere is a strange C.W. signal near San Diego. For you No-Code Types, the Morse Code was sent correctly by the sailor. If you don't believe this story, then it is the F.C.C. busting a LID. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAuvFjVNtz8
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