#hamradio Bill Barnes @ataribill my feeling exactly! I’m cool with changing CW segments to CW Digital modes to match, but the additional HF voice segments didn’t make sense to me.I feel like I’m missing some information…therealjohnnyf @therealjohnnyf I don’t feel it is one or the other.Sex Hook Up - Thousands of Australian casual sex contacts all looking for no strings attached fun.Join today for free and browse thousands of member profiles.I have a friend who got his for extra credit in an engineering class in college.Jeff Davis @ke9v The @arrl has gone down a bad path by *assuming* that the privilege of hanging out on 75 meters is what everyone is drooling after. All the highest tech aspects of the hobby happen at VHF and up.
If the ARRL really wants to convert more of those Techs to Generals, and get more of them on the air, they’re going to have to bite the bullet and somehow get more current, active hams to Elmer newcomers.
Paul Stoetzer @PRStoetzer Replying to @kb6nu @WD9EWK and 3 others The inactivity of Techs isn’t necessarily a problem.
Lots get their licenses for reasons other than being an active radio operator.
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But this seems an impossible void to fill when most new hams total exposure is to a one day memory session without post-license elmering.