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From: "Jason Tang"
Subject: Re: Bullshit wins v. science
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Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 11:51:50 GMT
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Did he also warn you of the dangers of Dyhydrogen Monoxide?
"Richard Webb" wrote in message
> Tell me about it, one guy at my nearest Comet told me that he had been on
> course and that he knew that their oxygen free leads were better than
> anything else because (and I quote) "they make the low frequencies travel
> the wire at the same speed as high frequencies". At that point I left the
> "Dave Fenner" wrote in message
> > On a rare visit to local electronics retailer (Comet) I could find
> > only gold plated RCA plugs @ at £25 $38 for 4, 'digital' aerial
> > co-ax, 'special' TV to audio leads @ £54 $80 each, and no ordinary
> > beefy cable for speakers only the 'oxygen free' at really silly
> > money.
> > Dave Fenner
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