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From: "Pat Ford"
Subject: Re: Speakers In a School Locker
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 16:08:03 -0400
Organization: National Research Council of Canada
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> On Mon, 07 Oct 2002 13:58:22 GMT, "Samuel West"
> >> Howzabout a car power amp and a car battery? You should be able to get
> >> both from your nearest scrapyard.
> >Problem with that, it is 100% illegal to house a currently used car
> >without proper insilation inside. Since ya know...if it leaks the fumes
> >would kill people and stuff..(that would be bad)
What fumes would these be?
> AFAIK not in the UK.
It's not here in Canada, I think this kid SHOULD go to classand learn a bit
> (Isn't it strange that in the US it is illegal to have a car battery
> indoors yet legal to carry a loaded gun?)
> Couldn't you use a sealed lead Acid battery?
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