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  Reply # 1596620 22-Jul-2016 07:42
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@andrew027 to be honest I wrote that after very little sleep, before my quad shot morning espresso and in 2mins or something. I actually can't even remember doing it. I also packaged it with wood shavings all laid out nicely in the box (was so damn tempted to fill it with glitter). The filters have not been tested by me however have been tested by the quality areas they're sourced from.

 

The Chatham Island dairy I pulled one from had a sync of 28.8kbit but was kinda pointless since the filter didn't help with the "I can't use the phone" situation. Instead, I replaced the filter with a wireless P2P link.





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  Reply # 1596973 22-Jul-2016 16:44
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andrew027 to be honest I wrote that after very little sleep, before my quad shot morning espresso and in 2mins or something. I actually can't even remember doing it. I also packaged it with wood shavings all laid out nicely in the box (was so damn tempted to fill it with glitter). The filters have not been tested by me however have been tested by the quality areas they're sourced from.

 

The Chatham Island dairy I pulled one from had a sync of 28.8kbit but was kinda pointless since the filter didn't help with the "I can't use the phone" situation. Instead, I replaced the filter with a wireless P2P link.

 

 

Maybe ill have to flick @TimA some glitter to make up for it eh?





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  Reply # 1596977 22-Jul-2016 16:54
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michaelmurfy:


andrew027 to be honest I wrote that after very little sleep, before my quad shot morning espresso and in 2mins or something. I actually can't even remember doing it. I also packaged it with wood shavings all laid out nicely in the box (was so damn tempted to fill it with glitter). The filters have not been tested by me however have been tested by the quality areas they're sourced from.


The Chatham Island dairy I pulled one from had a sync of 28.8kbit but was kinda pointless since the filter didn't help with the "I can't use the phone" situation. Instead, I replaced the filter with a wireless P2P link.



Maybe ill have to flick @TimA some glitter to make up for it eh?



if you can find my address and I know you can if you go through the thread carefully enough.




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  Reply # 1596979 22-Jul-2016 16:58
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TimA:

if you can find my address and I know you can if you go through the thread carefully enough.

 

Stalking is effort. saving a massive box of glitter in car for the next time i catch up with you, priceless. haha





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  Reply # 1597121 23-Jul-2016 07:55
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Nice effort MM. I now understand the context of the photo you posted to me beforehand. I thought you were nuts before. This just confirms it.

I love it :)





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WP Michael.






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