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Old 04-05-2008, 06:24 AM
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Vacuum sealing food.
For domestic use: which draws the greater negative pressure - manual, (as in the PumpnSeal model: [Thank you Frances! That is quite (but not quiet)enough], or the electric jobs?

You good folk were very giving last time I put this question. Ashamedly, I couldn't tell who voted manual , or what the other. P.Police gave a direct answer, and as I'm a mutant, I found his reply encouraging.
So thanks eh.

BTW. A lot of you mob have let me share your lives, so here's bloody payback eh. Found this pup in the hills near Cooktown (Aust),second last trip. Latitude around 16*S, so not dissimilar to Guatamala I guess. Poor bugger was lost. Anyway, he camped with us for a couple of days, then we went into town and, miracuously*, met a bloke who knew both dog and owner.
Just have a casual squizz at the feet. Be a big boy when he grows up d'ya reckon?

(1)Love you mob.
(2)* can't use spellcheque
(3)Dog owners rule! Sir George with his skinny Lab, James with the Errant son, Wotname with 2.5 labs...........
And of course all those who are grieving.(But that is a whole different post eh.Not now.)
So on behalf of our Alpha Bitch (flamin' smart-arse paint-splasher that she is),
Selamat tidur, or Bon Soir , or I'd best buggeroff eh.
J.
Sorry. Images did not generate.
Back into the cave, man.
J.
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Old 04-05-2008, 06:50 AM
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Man, I LOATHE being a ludite.
Fair dinkum, this ethereal nonsense.
Anyway, "Take 91, and..."........................................... .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................bugger all!.............................................. .................................................. .................................................. ....................so who cares?
Jeff the bemused.
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Old 04-05-2008, 06:58 AM
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Jeff! You silly boy! Go to bed! (NOW!)
Your loving owner,
Jessie.
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Old 04-05-2008, 07:24 AM
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That mongrel flamin' dog has hijacked this thread, dead set.
My apologies to the more dedicated amongst us (dmun. Frances. Sir George of Longview. All serious participants, eh, and never a wicked wink, not once.)
I offered images of our shanty, but it seems that the ochre from the 'Dog's Pause 'have caused the keys to paws. It really is getting up my nose. Ever since The Wench, (not My Lady, at this stage), taught the flea-bag to type,trouble has been a close companion.
Such is life.Sleep well, my friends. (And yer smart-arse canines. Scheesh).
Jeff - the underdog.
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Old 04-05-2008, 02:28 PM
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What the bloody hell was that???????? Jeff I usually find you to be quite amusing and a tad, wee bit confusing. All in all, very entertaining.
This string has left me dazed, confused, and searching for a Ludite dictionary, encyclopedia, cross reference.....anything that might give me a clue.
Redneck Dave - I need help translating, PLEASE

RT
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Old 04-05-2008, 07:52 PM
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Here's the deal as I see it. If the balloon goes up and we no longer have Navajo Code-Talkers.. ...We always have Jeff.
As a trained investigator, I have no clue what he says most of the time.
Good on ya, Jeff.
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Old 04-06-2008, 12:45 AM
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...and maybe that is just as well... Entertaining posts though
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Old 04-06-2008, 03:47 AM
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Jeff I think you need to explain that most Australian dogs are really quite proficient typists. I once had a Shepherd Dobberman cross who regularly wrote letters to the editor on animal rights. He was also a luddite and destroyed two lawnmowers a dishwasher. I understand you perfectly. Must be a cultural thing.
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Old 04-06-2008, 04:50 AM
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Thank you David. Remiss of me.
RTF, my apologies.
I am not joking when I claim palaeolithic capabilities re modern comms.
Last night I felt a warm inner glow, coupled with a desire to share some of my environment with you Folk, just as so many of you have done for others.
Unfortunately, the Image Transfer Fairy wasn't playing, so what was meant to be a (metaphorically) touchy-feely exchange degenerated into a total farce.
Look, I'll have another crack at image transfer sometime; and that will only add to the confusion eh.
The Luddite's dog,
Jessie.
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Old 04-06-2008, 05:16 AM
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Have failed to get the Image Transfer Fairy to cooperate again tonight.
Sorry. Best I leave it for now.
Jeff.
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