Where do you find this stuff Steve? ... Off the wall is such an understatement -- are you British? If this is stuff is ON while driving, it is a hazard toMessage 1 of 2 , May 8, 2010View SourceWhere do you find this stuff Steve?
On 05/03/2010 08:49 AM, Steve Vanderhill wrote:
I have known for a long time that some Ham Radio Operators sometimes
Go overboard in acquiring equipment, but this is really off the wall.
If this is stuff is "ON" while driving, it is a hazard to everyone else -- some states even give tickets for just texting.
If this stuff is "ON" while parked, engine exhaust is a hazard to the ham.
It would be hazardous if an air bag deployed -- if it has one.
Clearly this is an attempt at Ripley's.
Now this project is only half done -- where are the back seat pictures?
There is real opportunity here to double the amount of ham gear.
Unless taking a nap in the car is a priority for the back seat operator.
Nobody would pay $500 for the car -- too many holes all over.
If the antenna farm is ever removed it will rain inside the car.
It may drip even now...
I'm not sure I know any hams with this much duplication of stuff in their basement.
This guy takes his stuff to hamfest with no setup or takedown
-- Just park & ready for show-n-tell.
It just takes a screwdriver & pliars for delivery after sale.
Thanks Steve for the heads-up.