If you're the only aeronaut shooting landings do you really need to call every leg of the pattern? "Georgetown traffic, Cessna 12345, departing Runway 19, Georgetown traffic"; "Georgetown traffic, Cessna 12345, turning crosswind for Runway 19, Georgetown traffic"; "Georgetown traffic, Cessna 12345, midfield downwind for Runway 19, Georgetown traffic" — and on and on. When this guy announces he's "turning left final," realize he's (hopefully) still a student and cut him some slack. It's another story when real, live private pilots come up with stuff like "Aaah, Spaulding County traffic, this is, uh, Piper 3456 Bravo. I'm transmitting on one two two point eight and I'm, uh, presently on the north ramp, sitting right next to, umm, hangar number three. And I'm getting ready to taxi via, let's see, on taxiway Alpha and then on, uh, Bravo for a back taxi on Runway 24. I'll be making a pattern departure with a left turn out to head to the east at, uh, 3,500 feet. Over."