I had "drafted" this response, but wanted to wait a bit to see developments. I had just gotten home after being passed on a blind curve/hill by an idiot who might have killed himself, me, and whoever might have been in the oncoming lane - all in an effort to save a few minutes on his commute. As luck would have it, there was no one in the oncoming lane. In that light, the old use of band codes vs full names debate was a little less pressing.
Still having read Rick Borchelt's comments, I will add mine:
On 4/28/19, Edward Kirk <iekirk301...> wrote: > What is a GWWA?
I was able to figure it out without too much thought, but we are supposed to use full names in posts the last I heard.
So yes, tease us with the abbrev, but in the post somewhere use the full name. It's what we agree to do and it's polite too.
Allowance, of course, for those in the field with only a cell & seeing a super rarity...GWWA doesn't really qualify...& even those folks should quickly follow up with a full name post when their hands stop shaking.
Jim Speicher BroadRun/Burkittsville area [FR] Frederick County MD M.O.S. member, Washington [WA] Co Chapter
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