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Old 27th January 2013, 06:22 PM   #9831
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I think it's best to throw those images away, Gyuri.
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Old 27th January 2013, 06:31 PM   #9832
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Why, do not you like them?
I think these are good pictures.
Sometimes it does not hurt me, to look at these pictures.
This reminds me of my good luck. (?)
And that I might have more to do here.
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Old 27th January 2013, 10:31 PM   #9833
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Gyuri,

I have just looked through your images...all albums on "skydrive". I really like the pics of your cat inside the big tape-deck! I like most of the pics as they tell the story of your interests, love and the central part of your life. But, I am afraid that regarding the car album I have to agree with Jacco; those images would be better kept on your computer - not on your library albums.

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Old 27th January 2013, 10:51 PM   #9834
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Nah no need for local wether and it can be had as optional extra like any bits and pieces that would be standard on Jap motors.

Eventually is going to be PSU for phono stage LAC are to noisy, only snag those caps have 30 mA leakage current so one end up needing PSU any way.

Talking about Phonos, how is your new FiFI gadget camming along, did you make any progress while heating offals trough a sheep *** Ole

Bad pic.....cannot find my flash gun! Much progress as you can see! [But a wise man learns from the mistakes of others whilst a not so wise man learns from his own. As you will no doubt know, there will be plenty of time to make my mistakes!!!] Bought (Ebay) nice soldering station [Ersa]. My old Weller is dead since someone I know put the wrong tip in a temp. control iron!!!!
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Old 27th January 2013, 11:14 PM   #9835
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As you will no doubt know, there will be plenty of time to make my mistakes!!!]
Ahhhhh - poor lad - now you have gone and exposed all of those parts to excessive levels of radiation. Wrap them in lead foil and send them to me for proper disposal.......

What iz this little toy anyway? Duz not look like a turntable - but perhaps a solid state substitute?

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Old 28th January 2013, 12:18 AM   #9836
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Ahhhhh - poor lad - now you have gone and exposed all of those parts to excessive levels of radiation. Wrap them in lead foil and send them to me for proper disposal.......

What iz this little toy anyway? Duz not look like a turntable - but perhaps a solid state substitute?

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/24/ga...anted=all&_r=0
Its a potential MC head amp! What with you being nearly as bad as me and with your SWMBO recovering well [I trust], it would be churlish of me to send you a neculear hazard. After all if Tennessee were to be exposed to the risks involved what would happen to C&W?? Bearing that in mind I may just decide to send them to you after all!!!
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Its a potential MC head amp! What with you being nearly as bad as me and with your SWMBO recovering well [I trust], it would be churlish of me to send you a neculear hazard. After all if Tennessee were to be exposed to the risks involved what would happen to C&W?? Bearing that in mind I may just decide to send them to you after all!!!
Actually one of the biggest low level radioactive materials land fill in the country iz only a few miles away - and sitting right next to the river that supplies water for Nashville.

Plus - (understand that I can neither confirm nor deny) whilst serving az a missile fire control technician in the USN I might have been exposed in the past. I do know that the radar transmitter had a big sign on it that said "Danger - Emits X-rays - do not loiter" and we were in the room all day unless we were at battle stations or in da rack...(that's a bed - not a rack az you guys used on my ancestors back in the day)....

Hmmmm - moving coil head amp....... Nah - won't be needed after I finish coming up with my optical P/U that interacts with the variance of capacitance induced by varying dielectric constant caused by undulations of vinyl grove.... That will be right after I finish working on my flux capacitor thingy....
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Old 28th January 2013, 06:00 AM   #9838
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Gyuri,

I have just looked through your images...all albums on "skydrive". I really like the pics of your cat inside the big tape-deck! I like most of the pics as they tell the story of your interests, love and the central part of your life. But, I am afraid that regarding the car album I have to agree with Jacco; those images would be better kept on your computer - not on your library albums.

Good luck,

Brian
Thank you Brian,

You know, I really liked that red car.
He was a year younger than my son.
And he lived two years longer.
In his last moment, he had saved my life and my colleague.

Best Regards,

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Old 28th January 2013, 05:30 PM   #9839
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So Jacco, you are to have a King again to rule over the Flatlands!

No recent news of his younger brother...is he still in a coma?
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