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kd5dga 11-20-2013 7:56 PM

7200 khz usb coms
 
0154 utc hearing English coms with drunk operator using fowl language. S-4 signal Central Texas. Talking down on Ham radio.

kd5dga 11-20-2013 7:59 PM

7200 khz coms with drunk operator
 
Listening to English coms at 0154 utc drunk operator in English no id. S4 signal in Central Texas USB mode.

kd5dga 11-20-2013 8:07 PM

He says his call sign is N9rsy.

hamstang 11-20-2013 8:31 PM

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Originally Posted by kd5dga (Post 2075018)
0154 utc hearing English coms with drunk operator using fowl language. S-4 signal Central Texas. Talking down on Ham radio.

Fowl language? Is he talking like a chicken? (I couldn't resist!)

LtDoc 11-20-2013 10:57 PM

Are you really surprised about the language used on almost any band, ham or not? That certainly doesn't mean that I condone foul language but I hear the same thing (and worse) on the streets and TV, you know? What is considered 'foul' is relative and changes periodically and according to society. Don't encourage it, but don't get extremely bent out of shape either. It's a measure of their morality/standards, not yours. Your standards aren't that low? Then don't associate with them. Simple. There's a 'flip side' to that too! Don't try to impose your standards on me, and I won't impose mine on you. Fair??
- 'Doc

PS - And no, I don't like it either.

k9rzz 11-21-2013 10:13 AM

Did'ja record him? Sounds interesting. :^]

Working the drunk ops late Saturday night during Field Day is fun too.

elk2370bruce 11-21-2013 1:28 PM

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Originally Posted by kd5dga (Post 2075019)
Listening to English coms at 0154 utc drunk operator in English no id. S4 signal in Central Texas USB mode.

If its worth reporting here - and reporting it twice, drop a dime and call the individual named for that callsigh (qrZed et al). Better yet, send him an e-mail with the AA group nearest to his QTH. People say and do occasional things when they are drunk/stoned that are uncharacteristic. I always remember that the last perfect individual was nailed to a tree some two millenia ago with the cheers of his own community.

KG4NEL 11-21-2013 10:07 PM

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Originally Posted by k9rzz (Post 2075309)
Did'ja record him? Sounds interesting. :^]

Working the drunk ops late Saturday night during Field Day is fun too.

I plead the 5th...

And those n00bs wonder why the class and section are stuck in front of every radio in 500pt font...it's not for looks, ya know... :twisted:

wbswetnam 12-15-2013 5:22 PM

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Originally Posted by kd5dga (Post 2075019)
Listening to English coms at 0154 utc drunk operator in English no id. S4 signal in Central Texas USB mode.

Instead of the new linear amp he wants for Christmas, Santa will leave him a big sack of coal.

KD8DVR 12-15-2013 7:14 PM

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Originally Posted by kd5dga (Post 2075024)
He says his call sign is N9rsy.

He should be contacted, in case someone is bootlegging his call.. the zed says he is in Tennessee.


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