From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Why is the home voltage so high ?
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Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 02:14:43 GMT
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On Tue, 08 Oct 2002 02:03:10 GMT,
Chuck Simmons ,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: Why is the home voltage so high ?",
Wrote the following:
|> I do see some 'unusual' activity - 'dark haired East European type male - ~6
|> ft. 170 lbs in a pickup with covered top wheeling a large cylindrical trash
|> can', 'and later, a 'white blond haired male ~30 yr old 150 lb 5'6" - not a
|> local, must be Boston type or mid-west or Scot, etc. - on bicycle carrying
|> two heavy looking large square bags', both visiting a corner house.
|There may be an explanation for the bags. When I was a teen (green with
|purple spots), my father and some friends arranged an expedition to a
|little known cave near Bagdad, AZ.
You might be interested to know that they're about to open the main
"room" at Karchner Caverns while the bats are away for the winter.
Beats anything I've ever seen in a cavern (and my family owns Seneca
Caverns in Pendleton County, WV).
Karchner Caverns is a full-ecosystem-maintained cave, with
computer-controlled temperature and humidity and filtration systems to
prevent damage by human visitors.
I highly recommend it, and you can do Tombstone in the same trip ;-)
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