Q. Why are the pages
on this web site white?
A. Because they used to be black. And people complained they were hard
to read. Now they should be easy to read. We hope. This web site was orignially designed to be viewed in a dimly lit basement.
Q. Who designed this web site?
A. I did. If you'd like me to design a web site for you, I'll be glad
Q. Do you write things just
to make people mad?
A. No. I write things about ham radio for three reasons. First, to make
us hams realize how rediculous some of the things we do are. Second, to
make people laugh. Third, because I see something that's not on the up
and up. Most of what I write is sarcastic, because that's the way I am.
It's up to you to figure out if I'm trying to be funny or I'm really trying
to draw blood. Lots of people have a problem with sarcasm - they can't
think hard enuff to figure out what's really being said. Other people
simply refuse to laugh at themselves. That's why there are 86 'Complain'
links on this web site.
Q. Why don't you have more
A. This is the fourth or fifth incarnation of KH2D.net. It will probably
be the last. Pictures are eye candy. Words are brain candy. I feel that
ham radio today is sorely lacking in the brain candy department. So I
figured I'd leave all the pictures to somebody else this time around.
Q. Do you dislike No Code Techs?
A. No. Come to think of it, I don't really know any No Code Techs. Since
the FCC relaxed the Morse code requirements, all the No Code Techs I used
to know are Extra's now.
Q. What's wrong with amateur
A. It's brain dead. If you'd like to read an elaboration of that statement,
Q. When will you put some
more FAQ's here?
A. As soon as our complaint department gets some more profound questions
that need to be answered.
Q. Why don't you have more
A. The reason I took the time to make this web site was because I wanted
you to spend some time reading it. There are a few links here, but not many,
because there aren't many web sites around that are worth linking to.
If you want lots of links, try Google. They have lots of links.
Q. What should I do if I think
you are abusive?
A. Send a complaint to the Abuse Department Manager at my ISP. His email address
is email@example.com. Maybe he'll kick
me off the Internet. If that doesn't work, sue me.
Q. Will you take my call out of the
Cluster Monkeys database?
A. It never ceases to amaze my how many hams have nothing better to do than stick
their own call into Google to see how internet famous they are. Since GoogleBot
digs pretty deep on this web site, sooner or later all the Cluster Monkeys wind
up on my Complaint Form page. Sure, I'll take it out, if you ask nice and leave
a valid email address that I can reply to.