[Boatanchors] ALERT: AM Under Attack - WA3VJB

David Harmon k6xyz at ATTBI.COM
Fri Jun 20 19:35:03 EDT 2003

My personal belief is a fresh look should had into whatever it would
take to get rid of people like you.

Why do you send messages like this when the FCC has nothing to do with

It's hard to grow when you have eaten shoes all your life....I bet
that's why your brain aint working very good....


-----Original Message-----
From: Boat Anchor Owners and Collectors List
[mailto:BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV] On Behalf Of L. M. Picard
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Boatanchors] ALERT: AM Under Attack - WA3VJB

I do not hold and have never held a "ticket".

My understanding is that some years ago the scarce radio spectrum was
carved up into commercial sectors and amateur sectors.   Amateurs were
initially allowed fairly broad scope but were eventually limited to what
they were allowed to do on the air.

My personal belief is that a fresh look should be had into what amateur
radio is all about and why amateurs should be given access to the radio
On the other hand, the public cannot be happy with TVI and its variants,
or the ham that makes his florescent lights glow at night.

I would like to grant people the possibility of one-way broadcasting of
a non-commercial nature or even the right to broadcast music if they

The current amateur service has evolved into a social outlet for a small
number of mainly aging males but serves any broader purpose less and

If it is to survive, hams will have to agree to cough up more for their
tickets to pay for effective enforcement.

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