Last post on Sep 09, 2007 at 1:45 PM
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Feb 11, 2003 (1:27 pm)
Morse Code? Back when I wanted to get a license, knowing MC was a requirement.
Since it all sounded the same to me, I never got a license but used a friends call letters instead.
I quickly became bored with it and lost interest.
It was fun, though being able to open the neighbor's garage door by keying the mike.
The Ham radio was (I think) a Multi-Elmac?
Wow...this is a long time ago, but I think one of my CB's was a Johnson Messenger II and the other one I had was a General MC-5 ?
Or am I dreaming...?
Feb 12, 2003 (7:57 am)
Actually you can get a tech class license either with or without code. When I took my test the code section did not cost any more...so I gave it a whirl despite 0% preparation. I have had my license since 96...and really only use it sparingly at work.
Jul 04, 2006 (8:43 am)
the "Cow Paddy Daddy"
I used to chase them breeders slingin' my paddies ....
#23 of 23 Red Hot Mama from Iowa
Sep 09, 2007 (1:45 pm)
Hi! Many years ago, I was the Red Hot Mama, and I lived in Iowa. It's almost like it was another life I lived before my present one!
I remember "Little Junior," "Ding Dong Daddy," "Droopy Drawers," "Swisher," "Dingaling," "Silver Turtle," and a lot more!