[amsat-bb] Re: This amateur has had enough of amsat-bb...

Steve ai7w at arrl.net
Sat Feb 6 11:32:12 PST 2010

Hi Mark,
    I certainly understand your decision. Another solution you may consider, 
if your email client supports it, is to place the regular trolls on your 
'block sender list'. You can also filter some key words in incoming message 
subject lines to reduce the clutter even more. It's not a perfect solution 
but it does reduce the noise a bit.
Steve .. AI7W
lm 2270

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark VandeWettering" <kf6kyi at gmail.com>
To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 06, 2010 16:32 UTC
Subject: [amsat-bb] This amateur has had enough of amsat-bb...

>> Only serious business instead of amateur stuff... Again amateur radio 
>> apparatus is left on the extreme right lane and probably soon in the
>> ditch if the ISS amateur radio apparatus is not put back in service soon! 
>> I asked this question about an hundred times: why they don't put
>> the ISS cross band repeater on? It can run unattended and there is no 
>> risk the batteries get down as those in the camera. It will also send
>> the QRP'er away off the other sat as the ISS repeater is very very easy 
>> to hear and work too.
>> Great promoting asset collecting floating dust in space.
> Wow, you never know when your threshold will be reached, but this is
> mine.   This list never seems to miss an opportunity to complain about
> the state of affairs, but always seems to miss opportunities to
> actually do anything positive.   I've reached my personal limit of
> grouchery.    Complain all you want from your position in the ditch,
> I'm hitting the road.
> 73 Mark K6HX
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