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Re: LF: Puckeridge Decca station - Big & small antennas

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Subject: Re: LF: Puckeridge Decca station - Big & small antennas
From: "Steve Olney" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 06:22:55 +1000
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G'day Rik,

----- Original Message -----
From: g3kev <[email protected]>

including  yours are but dummy loads. I am happy that you are saving a
file of
my observations. I kill all messages when read,
Well that answer my questions!   Confused, inconsistent posts which don't
agree with themselves from this source are now explained.

bytes of disk space to file all the message that I receive on email,
mostly
complimentary about my expriments and achievements on LF. There is the odd
disagreement like yourself but I do understand the other mans point of
view
and do not get upset. Try and improve your signal Rik so that I can hear
you
properly and not have to use LAZY MANS CW.

Crikey! What with the superior speed of the CW and this self-opinionated
waffle it's a wonder the sender doesn't suffer from RSI.   Although I am
sure same can do one with one hand and the remainder with the other -
simultaneously.

Rik, I have setup my email to sort incoming (too many to do manually
myself - although my system has no problem with storage) into various
folders.    One of the interesting things I have observed is how the posts
from various sources align with my personal philosophy of life.   I believe
that making your way in life is like walking through a cow pasture - success
and happiness comes from admiring and appreciating the daisies while being
careful not to step in the cow pats.

It is instructive to view the various folders as sorted.  My assessment is
that 99% are well balanced with an overwhelming predominance of daisies -
while the 1% are grossly over-grazed with mostly just cow-pats (the daisies
are there but mostly hidden by the abundance of cow pats).

So Rik please continue to supply us with the daisies (or at least those who
are here to learn from and enjoy the hobby) and don't be distracted by the
odour of the over-grazed Lower Forty.   I appreciate your positive
contributions.

73s Steve Olney (VK2ZTO/AXSO - QF56IK : Lat -33 34 07, Long +150 44 40)
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