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Old 5th September 2011, 11:43 AM   #3201
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well ..... life is full with compromises ...

it seems that I'll be condemned to another Olymp , to see Albie's face

Wellllllllllllllllllll - my 1st name is Albert - but somehow it just isn't the same thing.
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Old 6th September 2011, 10:54 PM   #3202
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brand new Pass Labs fasillyty in Vienna

rumor is that gadget on bench is Aleph L prototype with PapaSITs inside

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Still, none of that tongue in cheek, Ya Hear.
Indeed. No matter which cheek, it still isn't right!

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Old 7th September 2011, 08:27 AM   #3204
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that part must be translated with Google Translate Service - from Engrish to Dutch to Manu's to Danske to Serbian then to Engrish again

I didn't catch it first time , neither this time

( even if that's completely logical , because my Yoda taught me that best thing to know is to Know Station )
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In that case, we should build an amp using Eustation tubes.

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One time we had a kid running around all day long looking for fallopain tubes for the radar. He was pretty pizzed when he found out about the joke. Got some other ones about head lights and relative bearing grease tooooooooo.
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One time we had a kid running around all day long looking for fallopain tubes for the radar. He was pretty pizzed when he found out about the joke. Got some other ones about head lights and relative bearing grease tooooooooo.
Thomas,

Fallopain tubes?
Freudian slip I bet

Fallopian tubes have proved to be quite effective, helping to give birth to a fresh, new sound in the world. In fact, they've been around longer than Triode tubes!

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Old 7th September 2011, 06:34 PM   #3209
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One time we had a kid running around all day long looking for fallopain tubes for the radar.
Ah, good memories.

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See, there would be nothing without tube(s)
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