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Author Topic: HM01 6165 khz 5:30 UTC July 19,2013  (Read 1429 times)

Offline glimmer twin

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HM01 6165 khz 5:30 UTC July 19,2013
« on: July 19, 2013, 1936 UTC »
I've heard this before, Cuban numbers on instead of RHC. I once tried to QSL it when I snagged a recording of DX'ers unlimited that turned into the attencion station. Not only did they not qsl but they stopped sending me New Years cards.
This one was parallel 5885. It used to be a big deal for me when i found Cuban number screwups like this but now ....meh..business as usual.
« Last Edit: July 20, 2013, 1704 UTC by glimmer twin »
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Re: HM01 6165 khz 5:30 UTC July 19,2013
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2013, 0214 UTC »
Not only did they not qsl but they stopped sending me New Years cards.

That's hilarious. And this spiteful behavior does not help U.S.-Cuban relations.

If they had a sense of humor, they'd send a QSL card with 5F groups instead of text.  Do they really think that no one knows its them?   ::)
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Re: HM01 6165 khz 5:30 UTC July 19,2013
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2013, 0339 UTC »
Brother, that's beyond inept. 

I'd still like to boot them off 6165, frankly.  Three guesses why. 
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