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Old 19th April 2012, 12:01 AM   #21
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hehe. Thomas, don't forget the "chop off his toes if he doesn't cooperate" part.
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Old 19th April 2012, 12:18 AM   #22
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Oh no! This is too much like what happens when my parents buy something new for their computer, and I end up producing a user manual that they can understand. Which they then lose. Within a week. And then the police get involved.

And my sister-in-law.

Here's my toes.

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Old 19th April 2012, 12:27 AM   #23
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hehe. Thomas, don't forget the "chop off his toes if he doesn't cooperate" part.
I'll see if I watch your boys win tonight. I had my recorder set to NBCSN last night to record the Preds and when I went to watch it (after SWMBO left me in peace by going to bed) I sat down to enjoy the game only to discover that they had put something else on. I was da**** *issed off about that!!!

I had watched the play by play on-line and thus was aware of what went on - but without video it just isn't the same at all.

SWMBO is not a hockey fan in the least and thus it is worth having her somewhere else other that the lounge as I have a hard time putting up with all of the sniveling, crying, and carrying on. She gets quite tired of listening to me go on that way as well........
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Old 19th April 2012, 12:31 AM   #24
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Oh no! This is too much like what happens when my parents buy something new for their computer, and I end up producing a user manual that they can understand. Which they then lose. Within a week. And then the police get involved.

And my sister-in-law.

Here's my toes.

The proper response is "may I have another please!!!"

Great to see that you have a sense of humor about all of this fun we are having at your expense!!!

You can keep your toes - my collection jar is already full....
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The proper response is "may I have another please!!!"

Great to see that you have a sense of humor about all of this fun we are having at your expense!!!

You can keep your toes - my collection jar is already full....
Test of an image of a heat sink for MJE15032/3 for Krell KSA 50/100 clone.
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Old 2nd June 2012, 02:56 PM   #26
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Test of an image of a heat sink for MJE15032/3 for Krell KSA 50/100 clone.
OMG, it worked with the magnification. I just did the paper clip and browsed for the image and clicked upload. You must wait for the upload to complete if your images are large. Fantastic!
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Old 2nd June 2012, 05:30 PM   #27
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Test of an image of a heat sink for MJE15032/3 for Krell KSA 50/100 clone.
Ahhhhhh - GREAT!!!

Nowwwwwwwwwwwww - about doing a little soldering.....
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just a test to see how it works
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A little bit bigger will probably reveal extra detail, if you need us to read that detail.
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