Discussion in 'CB Radio Forum' started by jash369, May 4, 2008.
new hams … omg!
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OMG a ham operator is in the house how lucky we are..
Hey, thanks for bringing a 14 year old thread back to life.
BTW, a good many of us on this forum have our ticket.
I assume he is a drive by poster?? A diapole must be an Alabama thing. Maybe if a yagi was mounted vertical instead of horizontal, it could be considered a non-directional antenna? His antenna statement seems like an oxymoron thing to say.
I too assume that to be the case so he won’t be back to understand some of us have actually heard of ham radio.
as one famous ham said ‘we can’t fault him for his hammy education’
Tall shifters make the truck go faster. Everyone knows that.
I’m a ham too. But I also drive a truck. Ham is a hobby. Trucking is work. Truckers need radios that work. That’s it.
Whoa! That fake 3 stick kit must make trucks part of the 200 mph club!
I guess you thought “WTF?” when you saw that video as well.