or things I wish I had never heard on a net
This is part four of the politically incorrect ECom training. Once
again, if you are offended by profanity, read no further.
This portion addresses the out-and-out shit that is heard far too
often on ARES and RACES nets. If you see yourself in any of these,
wake up moron you should either get your act together or
GET OUT of ARES and RACES!
- First amongst the morons is the ass hole that starts out almost
every check-in with "Welllllll good morning to the net!" He
then invariably follows that shit with his name and call, both of
which were usually given by NCS as he was called on.
WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM DIP-SHIT?!
Do you no longer have a brain or are you so drunk that you don't
remember what you were called for? This is an ARES net. Either make
your announcement or I.D. and shut the hell up.
- Another totally annoying idiot is the one that checks in with
"This is KD0LID, I just want to say good evening to the net."
Shut up ass hole! If you are not there to check into the net as a
participant, GO AWAY! This is an ARES net, not some damned
- The next most annoying dolt is the one that does not check in
when NCS calls for NTS Traffic but will say something like
"This is KD0LID, Billy-Joe-Bob, with no traffic."
TURN UP your damned hearing aid! We know you have "no traffic" because
you didn't check in when it was called for.
This is NOT a traffic net, it IS an ARES net to handle
business and announcements for participants. Your "no traffic"
simply shows what a dumb idiot you are AND that you did NOT
listen to what NCS called for!
- Another very annoying individual is the one that will check in with
"This is ahhh KD ahhh KD0 ahhh KD0LIDD, no ahhh KD0LID ahhh Jane."
I think it is time you found something within your mental capability.
It is obvious that your name and call are far too much for you to think
about at one time. How the hell do you think you will ever be able to
handle an emergency or priority message?! Thanks for your help, now
go get some remedial training on how to think.