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Old 3rd January 2003, 01:28 AM   #41
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You must post a pic of the next one!
Probably won't happen till end April now (last day of the burning season).

The attached picture is a corner of anthor subject (ceedar slabs) that caught a corner of the pre-burn pile. What is pictured might represent as much as 10% of the whole pile before last weeks bonefire.

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Old 3rd January 2003, 07:59 PM   #42
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Nor can I.. Nor can I... THERE ISN"T ONE!!! lol
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Old 4th January 2003, 04:14 AM   #44
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Arghhh. Those two lumps of cedar would cost about £100 in England....
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Just found this thread.

Ive got 2 of these bass thingos in the back of my chair im sitting in right now (PC chair). I would take a photo, but someone has hidden my dig camera

I almost forgot they were there until i read this thread, i havnt had them going in years.

I was working at Jaycar when they just started selling them. Jaycar bought a container load of them at cheapo prices after the container got water damaged.
$20s, even $10s each is a rip off... i bought mine at cost for $2 each!
The perks of working at a electronics shop

Bugger, it im gonna get em going now.
If i remeber right, when cranked, i cant read text on my monitor
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Arghhh. Those two lumps of cedar would cost about £100 in England....
Those 2 lumps are actually part of 1 lump. A better lump shown for comparison.

Most of the cost in England would be shipping & markup because a whole slab here only fetches $20-50 CAD.

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And here is the whole family (well almost). These are from the stump of a 117 year old cedar that was killed by lightening.

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Just found this thread.

Ive got 2 of these bass thingos in the back of my chair im sitting in right now (PC chair). I would take a photo, but someone has hidden my dig camera

I almost forgot they were there until i read this thread, i havnt had them going in years.

I was working at Jaycar when they just started selling them. Jaycar bought a container load of them at cheapo prices after the container got water damaged.
$20s, even $10s each is a rip off... i bought mine at cost for $2 each!
The perks of working at a electronics shop

Bugger, it im gonna get em going now.
If i remeber right, when cranked, i cant read text on my monitor
You serious??? you may have served me in Jaycar before.. How much did jaycar pay for each of the units anyway?? they started off selling them for $80, how much profit were they making on each one!?!?!? Shame you don't still work in jaycar, I'd take 10 more if you could get them fro me for 2 bux each..
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