I did the deal on the air locally years ago, and one ham nearly
wrecked his car...even though I warned them about the punny humor. <G>
That is NOT an acceptable excuse during surgery. :P
One can find it in my D-Rats shared folder, and off the hyperlink
on my QRZ bio, in "Selected Ham Radio Humor", and "The Triple Play".
I had to practice it, because even I couldn't keep a straight face
with it. <G>
Must have been good. ;)
I now pronounce you ham and radio. You may now kiss the mic.
<sound of a packet burst! - yeah, he's all over her!!>
We understand that the reception was excellent...and the info from the honeymoon was provided by (dare we say it??!!) a trusted group of Official Observers!!
After turning down the lights, and putting on some soft JT-65 music, ham
and radio assumed positions of horizontal and vertical polarization, as they get to intimately know each other. He couldn't resister, and wanted to work
up her sideband, and they wanted to zero beat their frequencies.
But, they had to be careful not to put the wedding gifts of Morse Code
keyers where they'd sleep. Otherwise, they'd become infested with bed bugs,
and that would be a real pain in the brass.
That's the Readers Digest version...and yes, I have too much time on my hands (hi hi).
... 3 things fail with age. Memory is 1st; forgot the other 2.
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