[amsat-bb] Re: Anyone have this problem?
stanw1le at verizon.net
Sat Apr 9 16:43:37 PDT 2011
I typically do not worry about getting a wrong call or not getting a QSL
card response from that wrong call.
My #1 priority is to complete QSO's, as many as possible, with an
accurate exchange of QSO information.
My last priority is filling out the log and getting QSL cards out.
Rarely would I repeat a QSL card request, if response was slow or non
Human error is maybe less than 5%, that is less than 5 bad cards out of 100.
I have a box of cards I got wrong, or bad ones someone else has sent me.
I look at the box every few years and have a good laugh.
Do not forget about the 2M (terrestrial) sprint this Monday night, 7-11
Stan, W1LE Cape Cod FN41sr
On 4/9/2011 7:15 PM, Kevin Deane wrote:
>>> This is interesting to me because this is the second post card of this type I have received in the last couple of months. The first one was from a fella in Florida.
>>> Any ideas as to what may be happening?<<< KD0JWI
> I try not to make myself look stupid, but sometimes I guess it just happens. I will blame it on being new. I am making a paper log and catching up on cards. So I find this old one laying there and mail it. Well as you can see I got the wrong call AGAIN.
> Does anyone know who the right call might be? I am sure it must be close...
> Maybe I need new glasses. :(
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