Bad deal with KB0XA Don Waldrep aka SlantHQ

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af6vm
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Post by af6vm » Fri Nov 11, 2011 7:58 pm

Nobody cares what you get or don't get. If you don't like it, go away. It must really suck to be you.

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NOT REALLY

Post by K9XR » Fri Nov 11, 2011 8:51 pm

WOW I must have really struck a nerve with you. And now I can understand you a lot better. I see you have had Six sets of call letters in your lenngthy Four year, wait, Four year and Three month amateur career. So it seems you have a pretty clear record of doing things that you later regret. Now I understand the deletions and a whole lot more. BTW you must care a little or you would not have posted. See it works both ways rather you want it to or not.

And there you go again telling me to go away just because I happened to disagree with you on "its over because you say its over". Grow up little boy.
af6vm wrote:Nobody cares what you get or don't get. If you don't like it, go away. It must really suck to be you.

af6vm
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Post by af6vm » Fri Nov 11, 2011 9:18 pm

Like I said... it must suck to be you.

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Post by KA2CDT » Fri Nov 11, 2011 10:28 pm

Can you two silly monkeys consider emailing direct?...It will save me a lot of time via my email notifications. :D
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Post by W4PIG » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:08 pm

when is the modrator going to remove this post this is getting to be boring. maybe if someone would give af6vm a little cheese with his WHINE he would shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

af6vm
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Post by af6vm » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:19 pm

what am I whining about Danny? That I got burned by someone? Come on you would do the same.

The problem I'm having is you and others are complaining about what is going on in MY thread... yet you keep coming here and contributing garbage to it.

If you don't like what is being said here... don't read it. It is really just THAT simple.

If you don't want emails when someone posts to this thread, remove the checkmark from the box that says to notify you when someone posts here.

All the whining I see is from a bunch of keyboard warriors... get a grip folks. It's only a hobby.

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Per K4ICL.com "Grading Condition" page.

Post by K4ICL » Sat Nov 12, 2011 5:59 pm

EXCELLENT (Often called "MINT")

This grade defines radio equipment that has been sold or donated by a manufacturer and is in the same condition as the equipment was in when it left the factory where manufactured, like new. Approximately 0.5 percent of all equipment will be of this rating.

CHARACTERISTICS OF EXCELLENT EQUIPMENT
  • Should be functioning perfectly. Equipment should be functioning perfectly, should have no faults or issues and should meet all manufacturers’ specifications.

    Should have no sign of use. There should be no damaged or missing parts, no sign of wear, and the outer finish and other surfaces must be perfect, without showing a any sign of use. Any scratch, permanent smudge, blister, dent, smoke residue, rust, corrosion, discoloration or mar of any kind on any surface disqualifies.

    Should have original manual and/or other supplied components. A new original user's manual should accompany equipment, along with original interconnecting cables, and any other manufacturer supplied parts originally furnished by manufacturer.

    Should have warranty documentation, if transferable to another owner. For grading purposes, the presence of warranty documentation should be ignored, unless the warranty is transferable to the new owner. In such cases, missing transferable warranty and associated documentation disqualifies.

    Should not have been repaired or modified. No components shall have been replaced or repaired, nor should any non-factory OEM modifications of any kind have been made to the equipment.

    Should be clean. Should be pristine clean. There should be no dust, smoke residue, corrosion, or other chemical alteration on any inner or outer surface of the equipment.

    Should not be restored or refurbished. Restored or refurbished equipment does not qualify.

    Smoke Residue Any smoke residue on equipment disqualifies.
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Post by W3WN » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:30 pm

AF6VM wrote:what am I whining about Danny? That I got burned by someone? Come on you would do the same.

The problem I'm having is you and others are complaining about what is going on in MY thread... yet you keep coming here and contributing garbage to it.

If you don't like what is being said here... don't read it. It is really just THAT simple.

If you don't want emails when someone posts to this thread, remove the checkmark from the box that says to notify you when someone posts here.

All the whining I see is from a bunch of keyboard warriors... get a grip folks. It's only a hobby.
No, you are whining that you are getting feedback to your complaint.

Gee, imagine... getting feedback on a Feedback Forum. Who'd've thought?

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