Re: Re : [wsjtgroup] Picking a Bone With Gene
- À l'effet contraire - nous avons des ligues de rugby ici aux Etats-Unis aussi!
Paul Whatton wrote:
Surely the question should be, does UK beer taste better than French
beer? Or who plays the best Rugby? (Nos amis américains ne comprendront
pas ce qu'est le rugby). :-)
Avec les voeux les meilleurs
73 Paul G4DCV
> Is beer better in pint or half liter?
> 73, Lucien F1TE
> *De :* Andy obrien <mailto:k3ukandy@gmail. com>
> *Date :* lundi 4 mai 2009 23:16
> *À :* wsjtgroup@yahoogrou ps.com <mailto:wsjtgroup@yahoogrou ps.com>
> *Objet :* Re: [wsjtgroup] Picking a Bone With Gene
> On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Mike(W5UC) & Kathy(K5MWH)
> <w5uc@suddenlink. net <mailto:w5uc@suddenlink. net>> wrote:
> > I lost respect for Zimmerman several years ago, and quit reading _World
> > Above 50 MHZ_ when he insisted that VHF/UHF distance records MUST be
> > published in kilometers rather than miles, and refused to acknowledge
> > the need to at least publish both figures. I don't know how far a
> > kilometer is, and don't care. The US is a nation whose distances are
> > measured in miles. Our minds automatically comprehend distances in
> > miles, and most of us don't want to be Europeanized. If Europeans are
> > happy with Kilometers, thats great, but I don't want to have to find a
> > calculator and conversion chart to figure out how far away my
> contact was.
> > 73,
> > Mike, W5UC
> > "American by birth. Texan by the grace of God*
> > http://www.the912pr oject.com <http://www.the912pr oject.com>
> > http://www.suddenli nk.net/pages/ w5uc/
> <http://www.suddenli nk.net/pages/ w5uc/>
> This is very sad, that one would stop reading an article based on such
> an obscure viewpoint.
> Andy K3UK.