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With mayo and wheat bread, yum yum.
The odd thing is that I misread the title as "Have you ever used a Ham dildo?"
I still have a set of toy keys(circa 1950's). I have one upstairs and the other downstairs so that my grandkids can play with it.
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January 4, 2011 at 12:25 a.m.
My rig consists of a Hallicrafters ht-37 cw/am/ssb transmitter (with original power transformer), SX-110 receiver (not the matching receiver, but I like
the looks more, and it works so I can't complain), and R-47 speaker.
No, but i once had a light bulb powered by potatoes.
My rig consists of a Hallicrafters HT-37 CW/AM/SSB transmitter (with original power transformer), SX-110 receiver (not the matching receiver, but I like the looks more, and it works so I can't complain), and R-47 speaker.
I had a license in the early 2000s, but I failed to renew it when it expired.
I think 'they' prefer the term "Amateur Radio".
Ham is dead.
The museum called and the display case is ready.
morse code stopped being a requirement for the vhf/uhf capable license about fifteen years ago.
then less than ten years ago you could get one of the shortwave-capable licenses without morse code.
morse code is still often used on shortwave ham bands. it has a music all its own.
and if you're building your own equipment, the simplest to build is morse code equipment.
I have friends who are ham operators and was interested in it for a time, even to learning the morse code that used to be a requirement. But I have too many other eexpensive hobbies and decided to not get too involved with this hobby. I do think these folks do a great service and have served well in times of emergencies.
Most people don't learn to operate a HAM radio in Lawrence because it involves taking an exam.
I've been a ham since the age of 12! Now I'm 19. Ilearned a lot thru ham radio + held a state position. It's a blast!
What does the word "ham" mean? No not the food.
I tried but I couldn't get the dials to turn once I inserted them into the ham.
Beer goggles are more common than ham radios.
My father in law got his Ham Radio license back in the 80's. It is no easy task to be a ham radio operator.
I've had a ham sandwich while I was listening to the radio. Does that count?
They will be back in style when the satellites start failing and cell phones become useless.
Ham & eggs is all. Sunny side up.
no, but I have an interest in it.
No, but my dad fiddled around with one in the 60s, so I always associate them with older guys of his era.
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