JAMMING REMOTES

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Jamming Remote Owners Top Ten Suggestions for Amateur Radio Operators

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1. Be proud of what you have. You paid a lot of fucking money for that equipment. Let the public know what you are, what a powerful remote is, and why it's valuable. Let your feelings be known to Congress, the FCC, and especially Riley. Everyone else does.
2. Operate as if the whole world in listening. It is !! That's why you set up your jamming remote in the first place. And if you did it right, the world has no choice but to listen when you Mash the pickle baby!
3. Take nothing for granted. Riley can't, and you can't either.
4. You're at a crossroads now. "Be careful what you wish for, you might get it." Seize the moment and make this your finest hour. Richard Burton wished for a license. He got it, then Riley "seized the moment." :-)
5. Make sure that on your watch, Amateur Radio never becomes "quiet." After all, you paid all that money for your fucking amplifier, play some music for Christ's sake!
6. Teach the new licensees "almost" everything about setting up their jamming remote. Always hold back a little. Otherwise, their jamming remote just might get over yours. Make sure those you teach live farther away from the repeater than you do. Keep the 435 legacy of jamming remotes alive like your elmers did for you.
7. Enjoy your jamming remote. Celebrate it. But realize it comes with responsibility. Minimize your jamming during the morning and evening commute hours and during nets. The rest of the time, jam like a mother fucker!
8. Stay away from the arrogant negative operators who know all the answers. Otherwise, they might beat the shit out of you at the swap meat for jamming them.
9. Never allow Amateur Radio to become the audio version of The Jerry Springer Show. We need to remain way more entertaining than that homo.
10. You may not always agree with everyone and that's fine. My signal is getting into the repeater over the top of yours and that's all that fucking matters.

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Riley Hollingsworth's Ten Personal Suggestions for Amateur Radio Operators

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