>> >> Works as good as a Wouff Hong.
>> > I should have said "Works ALMOST as well as a Wouff Hong."
>> > Because a real Wouff Hong, properly administered, would eliminate not
>> > only the QRM but the QRM'er - a beautiful thing.
>> > Rick K2XT
>> Get used to the QRM, because after CW is eliminated you're going to
>> wish your rig did come with Rettysnitch and wouff hong filters...
>> But I forget, due to the lack of support for good tests a lot of you
>> people must like hearing Lids.
> Wouff Hong ???
> Rettysnitch ???
> WTF are we in the 19th Century here???
> Baaaaaaaaa hahahahhahahahahhahaha!!!!!!!
> Jeezus H Christmas on a rocket powered sled at the Nevada test site
> will you OBSOLETE hams PLEASE join the 21st century.
> I mean consider that the terms Wouff Hong and Rettysnitch
> DO NOT even appear ANYPLACE on or within Wikipedia!
> That alone should tell you something! (..of course now you
> can be some crusty old fart, cloistered ham radio nerd or
> some *** who took the "Bash Book" route to get his ham
> license will now dash up and create an entry in Wikipaeda
> just to inflate his own ego and asscheeks and claim he did
> something.....go ahead, be my guest! In the meantime I'm
> heading back to 20 Meters to have some fun with the contest
> freaks. I made up a callsign and semi-rare section and these
> CLOWN-testers are beating a path to my speaker to work me
> just so they can see their callsign in print in some half-ass
> magazine from CT. How F-N pathetic! ) ---> PFHBLTTT!!!!!!!!
> ps: you should have seen how many DX clowntesters I duped
> a few weeks ago using a "creative" callsign, section and running
> 10 watts into the 40M dipole instead of the beam...suckers!
You shouldn't do things like that, the FCC will come after you like they
went after old Two-Test.