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Re: LF: RADCOM

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Subject: Re: LF: RADCOM
From: David Towers <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 16:08:23 +0100
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Mal, if this is directed at me then I find it in bad taste.
I would dearly love to be able to send and receive CW and be able to communicate in that mode with others. Unfortunately I suffered a large heart attack and stroke whilst asleep. This affected my sight, mobility, speech and destroyed any chance of retaining the CW I had so far learnt up to that point. After several years I managed to get back to work, support my family and retain the home we lived in, and now retired I enjoy the hobby in the only way that I can.
Please Mal-get a life!
Hi Steve
I know Mal from old when he used the CF repeater in his travels. I was at that time the lighthouse keeper.
He was not always mobile with the key strapped to his leg.hihi
73
dave



Douglas Bader RAF pilot was flying spitfires during the last war without LEGS, also a wireless operator on a Lincoln bomber used his foot to send morse, after his hands were injured with burning oil.
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Steve McDonald wrote:

Dave - you'll have to excuse Mal as, once again, I think he's got the LF
reflector confused with the OF (Old Fart) reflector.

VE7SL

Web: "THE VE7SL RADIO NOTEBOOK" at   http://www.imagenisp.ca/jsm



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