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colin
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2006 12:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Spring Sale Reply with quote

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desertbob93535@yahoo.com
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 3:36 pm    Post subject: Re: FA: (2) RCA VICTOR VINTAGE TUBE AMPED TV SETS-PORTABLE & CONSOLE Reply with quote

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His home ISP is Epix. His main POP3 account is
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Those using real newsreaders will already know what to do with this
spamming pest and eBay fraudster.
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DaveM
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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2006 7:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Beware of Radio Shack Reply with quote

"Richard Kaszeta" <rich@kaszeta.org> wrote in message
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nospam@nospam.org (Jack Ferman) writes:
One thing you need to remember is that SS#s bear a relation to one's
location and other factors. In other words the first SS# was not
000-00-0001.

A number of sources I've seen list the first issues SSN as
055-09-0001, while the lowest issued one was 001-01-0001.

Most organizations that put SS#s into a database will have an
algorithym to detect improper numbers based on the was SSA formulates the
number.

In the early 90s, a lot people would question my SSN's legimitacy,
since my card (which had been issued to me at the ripe old age of 14)
had a SSN that started with an unusually high number for someone in my
current location (Michigan, the card had been issued in Arizona).
Also, my card was white, while most other cards for people my age were
mottled blue, although I've since been issued a blue replacement (that
also no longer says "not to be used for identification purposes" on
it). People seem to have gotten used to it, however, since I don't
get comments on it anymore (although my SSN doesn't get used as much
as it used to, either).

I also know some older people with 700-728 series numbers which raise
eyebrows (The 700-728 range was issued by the Railroad Board).

--
Richard W Kaszeta
rich@kaszeta.org
http://www.kaszeta.org/rich

The facts can be found at the SSA web site at
http://www.ssa.gov/history/ssn/firstcard.html.
Indeed, the lowest card number issued was 001-01-0001, as mentioned on the SSA
web site. It tells that Grace D. Owen of Concord, New Hampshire was issued the
number. on Nov 24, 1936.

http://www.ssa.gov/history/ssn/geocard.html gives the SS Administration's card
numbering system. On that page is a link to a table containing legitimate area
and group number combinations issued to date. This is probably the algorithm
that was mentioned.

--
Dave M
MasonDG44 at comcast dot net (Just substitute the appropriate characters in the
address)

Make it idiot-proof and someone will make a better idiot.
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Robert Baer
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PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2006 7:22 am    Post subject: Re: HOT TEEN WEB CAM SHOTS FROM MSN MESSENGER Reply with quote

SPAM VIRUS
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Peter A Forbes
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Posts: 43

PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2006 7:50 pm    Post subject: Re: UK Source for Weller TCP Heater Element !!!! Reply with quote

On Fri, 12 May 2006 19:30:36 GMT, bigdaddy <NOspamMZBEG@notsoblueyonder.co.uk>
wrote:

Quote:
My TCP soldering iron packed up. I am look for a source to buy in UK.
I have this Weller PU-3D with 24V/45W iron. I couldn't find any No.
or marking on the heater so I do not know what it is. Can anybody
help.

Weller (Cooper Tools) have a spares page:

http://www.cooperhandtools.com/europe/spare_parts/weller/index.htm

RS, Farnell and others stock spares for most fast-moving items.

Peter
--
Peter & Rita Forbes
Email: diesel@easynet.co.uk
Web: http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel
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Robert Baer
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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2006 2:05 am    Post subject: Re: Aquadag Rx? homebrew anyone? Reply with quote

C. Nick Kruzer wrote:

Quote:
Looking for a "homebrew" aguadag recipe.

Aquadag (as you probably know) is a colloidal, conductive graphite paint
that is commonly found on tv CRTs as part of the high-voltage grounding
system. Anyone who has ever opened up the business end of a TV and
looked inside has seen it on the outside funnel portion of the picture
tube.

Formulas found in literature are non-specific but generally describe the
contents as "powdered graphite, tannic acid and water/alcohol, the
mixture forming a "colloid". I'm wondering if there are any "homebrew
recipes" anywhere out there. I was thinking of possibilities: mixing
together water, powdered graphite and instant tea in a blender. Or
graphite and extremely strong tea (boiled instead of proper culinary
infusion procedure). Strong tea from boiling contains excessive tannic
acid (very bitter, unpalatable).

Or perhaps powd. graphite (locksmith) and liquid from boiling oak
leaves. [Did you see the movie "Kinsey"? He was a mainstream biologist
that did work with "gall wasps" before his notoriety in sex research.]
Galls formed by insects on oak trees contain high levels of tannic acid
and have been used as a natural source for such tannins. Tannic acid is
an ingredient found in formulations used in rural, primitive methods of
tanning hides.

Anyone, do you know of a homemade recipe for making aquadag?


I am guessing that the finer the graphite particles, the better; so
the locksmith graphite should work adequately.
I do not understand the need for tannic acid, but since it is very
soluable; i think your idea to use oak galls would be a better source
than tea.
Be advised that Acheson's Electrodag(R) 440 uses acrylic for a binder
(nickel base), and they recommend acrylic lacquer solvent as an
alternate thinner for their 114 and 440 lines (MIBK is the primary thinner).
Their Electrodag(R) 112 is graphite-based and used acrylic as a
binder with a density of 9.7 lb/gal (1.2Kg/L) and gives a sheet
resistance of 20 ohms/square @ 1mil thickness; they say "do not dilute"
(but their selsction guide indicates water as a diluent) and to stir
product thoroughly or use a slow speed propeller; do *not* use a paint
shaker or other high shear mixer as this could flocculate the product.
Flash point is not indicated on their selection guide.
Their 114 is also graphite based; their selsction guide indicates
MIBK as a diluent. Density is 7.9 lb/gal and has a flash point of -1.6C.

I hope that this info is of some help.
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hhc314@yahoo.com
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:39 am    Post subject: Re: I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters that have thermocouples tia sal2 Reply with quote

Are you asking about meters that have have thermocouples built in, like
true RMS meters, or meters that use external thermocouples for
temperature measurements?

Harry C.


temp@temp.com wrote:
Quote:
Greetings All

I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters with thermocouples tia sal2
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temp@temp.com
electronics forum beginner


Joined: 16 Apr 2006
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 10:33 pm    Post subject: Re: I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters that have thermocouples tia sal2 Reply with quote

Yes to both your questions I'm willing to look at both and see which one
will best fit my needs.

Thanks sal2

hhc314@yahoo.com wrote in
news:1150943960.921302.41420@r2g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

Quote:
Are you asking about meters that have have thermocouples built in,
like true RMS meters, or meters that use external thermocouples for
temperature measurements?

Harry C.


temp@temp.com wrote:
Greetings All

I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters with thermocouples
tia sal2

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Randy
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:53 pm    Post subject: Re: I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters that have thermocouples tia sal2 Reply with quote

temp@temp.com wrote:
Quote:
Greetings All

I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters with thermocouples tia sal2
And I'm looking for a good looking blonde that swallows............
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Bob
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Joined: 23 Jan 2006
Posts: 58

PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 3:04 am    Post subject: Re: Good Digital Multi-Meter in $50 Range Reply with quote

Quote:

You can get a used Fluke 70 or even an 80 series on eBay for around the
$50 mark. I even got an 80seriesIII on eBay for around US$50, so
bargains can be had.

Much better value IMHO to get a used Fluke than get a new cheapie. You
might take your chances a bit, but it's easy to check if it's in cal
when you get it, and then you'll have a top quality professional meter
you can use with confidence.

Dave :)


I agree about the Fluke meters. They've never let me down.

If you're set on getting a brand new one then look at Extech. They make
decent stuff. Here's one that's one penny shy of costing you $50.00 --

http://www.globaltestsupply.com/product.cfm?te_id=5529165

Bob
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p-gyula
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 10:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Tom Gootee Reply with quote

Tom Gootee 1795 Schuetter Rd Jasper, IN 47546-9586 Phone: (812)
482-7663 Fax or voicemail Tom Gootee at 1-812-482-7650, email
tomg@fullnet.com runs a mail fraud business. Please don't do any
business with him, or don't give or send money to him.

I sent him $662 with Western Union for a test equipment he advertises
on his web site. I never received the test equipment he agreed to send
me, and I'm unable to reach him on any of his phone numbers, and he
isn't answering to my emails.

For more information you welcome to contact me
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tomg@fullnet.com
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Posts: 83

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 4:54 pm    Post subject: Re: Tom Gootee Reply with quote

p-gyula wrote:
Quote:
Tom Gootee 1795 Schuetter Rd Jasper, IN 47546-9586 Phone: (812)
482-7663 Fax or voicemail Tom Gootee at 1-812-482-7650, email
tomg@fullnet.com runs a mail fraud business. Please don't do any
business with him, or don't give or send money to him.

I sent him $662 with Western Union for a test equipment he advertises
on his web site. I never received the test equipment he agreed to send
me, and I'm unable to reach him on any of his phone numbers, and he
isn't answering to my emails.

For more information you welcome to contact me

Geez!

So THERE you are, finally! I have been TRYING to (be able to) email
you, for some time, but GUESS WHAT??! The 200-something or more 12 MB
and 4 MB emails with which you attacked my inbox with have rendered my
email system completely unusable! I can't even open one of your
emails, to get your email address (OR your shipping address)!!!

If you hadn't been a paying customer, I would have reported you to the
authorities, as an internet criminal, for initiating a
"denial-of-service" attack.

Please email me immediately at: tomgootee AT yahoo dot com.

- Tom
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JeffM
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 9:17 pm    Post subject: Legitimate businesses do not SPAM Reply with quote

was: Try this - auctions on equipment

LukeDkd@gmail.com wrote:
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[SPAM}

Suggest you read the FAQ for groups where you want to post.
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JeffM
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 9:21 pm    Post subject: abuse@telenet.be Reply with quote

was: Try this - auctions on equipment

LukeDkd@gmail.com wrote:
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[LOTS AND LOTS AND LOTS OF SPAM]

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temp@temp.com
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:48 am    Post subject: Re: I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters that have thermocouples tia sal2 Reply with quote

Randy <internetbob@gmail.com> wrote in
news:Z6GdnSDjseQ92wHZnZ2dnUVZ_oWdnZ2d@vci.net:

Quote:
temp@temp.com wrote:
Greetings All

I'm looking for a site that reviews multimeters with thermocouples
tia sal2
And I'm looking for a good looking blonde that swallows............


Decided on going with the extech 470 so far so good,

Oh Yea Randy good luck with your search....I already got one of those
blonde things, got one of the deluxe models a while back. Wink
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