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QSL: DIRECT ONLY 1 USD GREEN STAMP 1 CLEAR SASE

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Now that EQSL asks to log in the UTC to approve a QSL, I will go back to paperwork QSL under the very strict following conditions:

 

- 1 green stamp (1USD, not 2, 1 is enough!!). No green stamp, no QSL. More and more frequent. Don't even bother asking me.

- 1 SASE clearly written stating also the country

- LIDs will not get anything returned.

 

If nothing sent back within 9 months, pls email me.

 

=======HERE IS MY LIFE==========

I am a Belgian national born in Malmedy in 1967.

I was Industrial Engineer educated, and precisely oriented my studies on tropical fish breeding and water chemistry. I never worked in my home country. I discovered HF & VHF while on emergency missions (non political, non religious NGO called “doctors without borders”). I’ve been at the Rwanda-Congo(named Zaire in 94) border during the genocide that claimed almost a million lives, in Monrovia (Liberia), in major cholera outbreaks (Africa) and in a major earthquake on Sakhalin Island (Russia) where we were told being the first westerners to step there since WWII (?). My main responsibilities were in drinking water supply (drilling wells, water treatment stations, desinfection) and sanitation.

Often, radio was really a matter of security even survival and also the only mean of communication. It happened to me to be 48 hours 4WD non stop from the first city with electricity or petrol station.

Security was in pair with insecurity. I've been in the middle of some heavy shootings, got several times an AK 47 pointed at me (twice just at a few centimeters away), saw people getting shot or cut by matchetes in front of me, counted (and carried) cholera deads by trucks, flew rotten russian army giant cargo aircrafts, needed 2 close range AK 47 armed bodyguards,... But I rarely got stress from that part of my life. I Never did any nightmare of it neither. Only nightmares are teachers at examinations and I can't reply the question.... Oh yes, I get a hot temper fading year by year....

I came in Vietnam in 1996 after typhoon floods. Now I don’t help the other, I only help myself heading manufacturing companies.

My station is equipped with IC-718, FT857D and the new Yaesu FTDX3000, SGC 500 linear, Tennadyne T6 Log Periodic.

I am 99.99% on psk31. I build a lid list of hell stations that will never ever get a QSO for their rude behaviors. I am allergic to bad behavior.

My other interests are diving, boating, fishing and aquariums. All that smells fish... forgot motorbike, shooting and stupid jokes.

 

XV2PS Pierre

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