Re: [AmateurRadioLeadership] Introductions, Please
- Gee ... thanks for the downer, Frank. I was feeling pretty good about
becoming a ham in the past few years... passing my Extra Exam...
learning how to build kits... winning a prize for designing antennas...
becoming part of the "design team" of a commercial antenna company...
being invited to be a member of multiple contest teams... being invited
to operate some special events stations (e.g., Ships on the Air) ...
being appointed to a repeater board... designing and building small
accessory circuits... and so forth.
But now... I see I have not done enough and should be ashamed about
being an appliance operator (I mean amateur radio operator) and that
I have not done enough in the past four years as a ham ... it now
appears I spent 30 years in the wrong profession and should have stayed
out of ham radio because I just ain't good enough to measure up to the
standards listed in your diatribe... oops, I mean bio sketch. which is
more of a missive than a biography.
Shoot... I don't dare post MY background now.
Happy trails y'all.
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