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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Admiral » 04 Mar 2016, 11:28

I respect your right to call me an idiot, my PhD and BSc would suggest otherwise, I would respectfully recommend you take a few days timeout from TM1 and cool down a bit or it may end very badly.

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Buick Mackane » 04 Mar 2016, 11:40

Admiral wrote:I respect your right to call me an idiot, my PhD and BSc would suggest otherwise,



Own up. You done a deal with a forger, He got a delux heathkit & a valve tester and you got a few dodgy looking qualifications ;) You could have went a lot further with those qualifications, But i suppose cleaning the bogs at the local bingo hall twice a week keeps the old werthers jar topped up
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Admiral » 04 Mar 2016, 11:46

It's never too late to go back to school PLL02A, I left school at 15 with no qualifications whatsoever, then took the next 30 years part time getting an education. If I can do it then anyone can.

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby MrWeetabix » 04 Mar 2016, 12:20

In 4 days time you can add a 'TM1 5 Years long-service' award to your collection Admiral ;-)
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Buick Mackane » 04 Mar 2016, 12:44

MrWeetabix wrote:In 4 days time you can add a 'TM1 5 Years long-service' award to your collection Admiral ;-)


Yes simon TM1 Will award you with a years supply of werthers in a gold plated tin and a delux vax for getting the fluff out your yaesu 101 air vents, Well done me auld mucker :)
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Admiral » 04 Mar 2016, 13:47

MrWeetabix wrote:In 4 days time you can add a 'TM1 5 Years long-service' award to your collection Admiral ;-)


If I don't get banned in the meantime.

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Buick Mackane » 04 Mar 2016, 14:01

Admiral wrote:
MrWeetabix wrote:In 4 days time you can add a 'TM1 5 Years long-service' award to your collection Admiral ;-)


If I don't get banned in the meantime.


if only, i have a bottle of babycham & a box of ferrero roche on standby :D
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby mof000 » 04 Mar 2016, 17:18

Zan Keep up the good work and fight on fella :thumbup:

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That after all Zan is a big baby 8)
I'll pay whatever i think it's worth...:-)

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Admiral » 04 Mar 2016, 17:24

PLL02A wrote: and a deluxe vax for getting the fluff out your yaesu 101 air vents


Just for the record, I've never owned a 101, I had a ZD on loan for a few weeks while my FT ONE was being fixed in 1864, a Yaesu man but never owned a 101 :cry:

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Oggy » 04 Mar 2016, 17:37

Based on your original post on this thread then ZAN, Foundation Licence holders like yourself shouldn't be allowed to buy 100 Watt output HF radios.
Do you think the big three should design 10 watt only rigs "just in case" licence cheats "Wap" their power up?.

Would you agree with this Pete,as it's basically the same as what you say on the first post.......
I'm serious , what are are your thoughts on this as I'm curious?.
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby Admiral » 04 Mar 2016, 17:59

Oggy wrote:Based on your original post on this thread then ZAN, Foundation Licence holders like yourself shouldn't be allowed to buy 100 Watt output HF radios.
Do you think the big three should design 10 watt only rigs "just in case" licence cheats "Wap" their power up?.

Would you agree with this Pete,as it's basically the same as what you say on the first post.......
I'm serious , what are are your thoughts on this as I'm curious?.


That happens to be a very good point which I had not considered.

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby kr0ne » 04 Mar 2016, 19:01

It is indeed.

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby wardster » 04 Mar 2016, 19:36

theres more chance of getting a reply from mw6zan than of me winning the lottery.
it is very sad that he is suffering from some form of illness however, and it seems both physical as well as mentally.
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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby mof000 » 05 Mar 2016, 21:11

I'll pay whatever i think it's worth...:-)

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Re: dodgy callsign

Postby wardster » 05 Mar 2016, 22:21

maybe he is doing the same as in this video...... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQONyk4onUk
a desperate attempt to destroy evidence...... mind you though, he wouldn't have to goto that extreme. all he would have to do it leave it outside and in that part of barry where he lives, it would be gone in seconds!
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