What Would You Do?

Your crazy great uncle Thadeus died last week.  He was an eccentric old coot who liked his amateur radio a lot, so much that his wife Mildred left him forty years ago and he’s been holed up in his hamshack ever since.  Everyone thought old uncle Thad was broke, but in his will he revealed a Swiss bank account with $60 million left to you, the only other ham in the entire family.  But there’s a catch.  You have to spend $10 million of it on revitalizing amateur radio in order to get the other $50 million.  What do you spend it on?  (Yes, I know, this is like a Richard Pryor movie…)

2 Responses to “What Would You Do?”

  • Bill W2WJH:

    ..he revealed he owned a Caribbean island with an antenna farm that is second to none and that his application to be recognized as a political entity has just been approved. He is leaving it all to you as long as you agree to continue his long standing tradition of being the only source of fresh water in a thousand mile radius and you must keep the all female staff happy and working at the desalinization plant. This is accomplished by whatever means you think best as this is the island;s only employer.

  • w4jvy donald langston:

    OH-BOY fresh water……

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