Ray Haddad wrote in
There you go again. Moving the goal posts.
You've been arguing that I can't do it. Are you now saying I can?
And HOW is EXACTLY what I've been showing.
Ray Haddad wrote in
Where did I ask "what to do"?
Here's my original post:
Skywise wrote in news:hi7zo.22342$r35.18688
I asked if anyone else has done it.
No, mate. I have been arguing that you CAN do it but within
guidelines. The rest of this group of attack dogs has moved the
goalposts with every attack. Ignore them and discuss this with me, not
the pit bull crew.
Because it was relevant to the point. Because of the Gold Sticker
program, many people were turned away from contests. If you bring a
known home brew to a contest and the director is savvy, he may turn
you away, too, because there is no way of field testing your
electronics to be sure it works without problems to other users.
This really should be a no brainer but unfortunately you have fallen
victim to the attack dog mentality of this newsgroup. I remain
steadfast. The more I do, the more they attack. Welcome to the pack.
On Mon, 08 Nov 2010 05:36:22 +0800, Ray Haddad wrote in
A doubly irrelevant example.
The program is dead.
There is none like it for 2.4 GhZ.
AMA contest directors are not in a position to decide
whether a TX is FCC legal or not, nor are they obliged
On Mon, 08 Nov 2010 09:54:49 +0800, Ray Haddad wrote in
And therefore you admit that your claim that such equipment
could not be used in an AMA contest is totally bogus.
Uh, I did my homework. That's how I found out about the
nature and limits of the Gold Sticker program. That's
how I found out about the current state of the AMA
regulations. That's how I found out what you said in
your "official" first posts in the two threads.
What you have is oracular pronouncements based on ... uh,
your exalted opinion of yourself as a Master.
I'd be happy to obey your orders if I agreed with your
Your conclusion is incorrect. You still cannot use it. Period.
Not for you, I fear.
Get ready, mate. Get ready.
Actually, if you are as tired of this as I am, a truce is in order.
Your choice. It always is your choice.
On Mon, 08 Nov 2010 10:54:58 +0800, Ray Haddad wrote in
I won't hold my breath, thanks.
I guess I've indicated where I stand. I'll stop
saying, "But the Emperor has no clothes!" and let
you strut your stuff in peace.