Stuff - a Follow Up

John Dilks K2TQN oldradio at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Thu Apr 20 20:10:26 EDT 2006

Hi Doc,

Well it looks like you are well educated now.  And don't worry about 
offending anyone here, especially by asking a question.

We have all flogged this horse before and will do so again when the 
opportunity arrives.  We all like to tell our stories and give advice.

It looks like you have some nice gear there.  I hope it all finds good homes.

73, John Dilks, K2TQN

At 07:41 PM 4/20/2006, Lewis c Emerson wrote:
>First of all, I did not, at all, mean to disparage those out there who
>are helping the widows, the children, the SK relatives, etc. as most of
>you who are helping out those of our fellow SKs are doing a real service
>for our community.  However, as in all groups there are some who will
>take advantage of others, and I do think, our group, as close knit as we
>are, is not any different.  However, when I see many things I have going
>for premium prices - my Brown Brothers paddles for $167, my McElroy Bug
>for $150, just one of my two my satellite Icom rigs for $710, my Yaesu
>mobile for $435, three mobile Hustler antennas with mounts, Cushcraft R-5
>vertical, my old, and great, Hot Water-101, Silver Eagle mike, my Dentron
>tuner for $300, the sweep tube amplifier for $250 all the AEA 232 packet
>equipment, four KDK rigs - 144, 220, and 440 MHz, keyers, monitor scopes,
>several 2 meter handhelds, plus the tons of parts, etc. etc. it makes me
>wonder just a little bit about the $1000 offer I had for "everything". I
>live in a fairly small community and we ham ops here pretty well know who
>is on the up and up when it involves estate settlements. So, while my
>case may be a little different here, I offer my apologies to those of
>you, who may have been offended by my comments, most of us know who the
>good guys and the "not so good" guys are.

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