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Posted by You on August 9, 2007, 12:11 am
 


Just ONE of the many things, that George doesn't KNOW.........

Posted by never on August 8, 2007, 9:26 pm
 
wrote:


It does!!!

Donn

Posted by LearningDan on August 11, 2007, 12:21 pm
 On Aug 8, 5:26 pm, never@million wrote:

I think the shiny side is plenty shiny already. If all concerned were
to wear their tinfoil hats like they should, scattering the beams
wouldn't be necessary. Sticking diamonds all over them in the guise of
improvement is just an excuse for sumptuosity, and a waste of diamonds
when there are so many lonely girls out there.

I'd like to know more about this "switch" thing. How do you know how
big a switch you need? And where can I get one?


Posted by Morris Dovey on August 11, 2007, 3:31 pm
 LearningDan wrote:

| I think the shiny side is plenty shiny already. If all concerned
| were to wear their tinfoil hats like they should, scattering the
| beams wouldn't be necessary. Sticking diamonds all over them in the
| guise of improvement is just an excuse for sumptuosity, and a waste
| of diamonds when there are so many lonely girls out there.

My experience has been that even the most lonely of the bunch are only
interested in the larger diamonds - and that even when they get 'em,
they're still not happy.

Small diamonds seem to be more generally useful for getting actual
work (sharpening, grinding, and - of course - beam scattering).

| I'd like to know more about this "switch" thing. How do you know how
| big a switch you need? And where can I get one?

They come in three technological flavors: [1] manually operated
mechanical switches, [2] electrically operated mechanical switches,
and [3] electrically operated non-mechanical switches.

Generally, I prefer the third type because they also perform the
important task of protecting the fuses in my circuits - and many
offer, beside "off" and "on", a range of "sorta" states.

--
Morris Dovey
DeSoto Solar
DeSoto, Iowa USA
http://www.iedu.com/DeSoto/SC_Madison.html



Posted by PhattyMo on August 8, 2007, 4:25 am
 Trygve Lillefosse wrote:

I'll mail you one end of an extension cord,and you can send it all to me!

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