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Re: "super nerds"
I have one of those and just never thought of using it for that... I was
using a small high intensity desk lamp, but the bulb went and I haven't
replaced it. I'll try the headlamp. I have the Princton Tec, it's
waterproof, at least I won't kill the fish or the light if I dropit in a
P.S. They also make incredible flashlights too. You can't use them as a
hammer or club like the Mag-Lights, but they fit in your pocket and the
police don't ask questions about them...
From: "Bill Pabst" <BPabst at Asha_org>
>Reply-To: killietalk at aka_org
>To: killietalk at aka_org
>Subject: "super nerds"
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 09:53:15 -0500
> >>> Frauley Elson <fraulels at videotron_ca> 01/30/01 06:46AM >>>
> >.... a tank full of young
> >pencil fish or killies is a great thing not too hard to have - but it's
> >seen as the domain of the overly meticulous "super nerds" who use
> >flashlights to look at their fish.
> >Gotta go get batteries.
> >-Gary Elson
>Gary, I laughed when I read your message because of a great piece of nerd
>gear that I got for Christmas. It's a headlamp, along the lines of the
>kind used by spelunkers, intended for detailed craft work, I guess. It has
>a wide elastic band and the light tilts downward to point right at the mop
>while searching for eggs. Combine that with a headset cordless phone and
>I'm starting to look kind of the like the "Borg" on star trek.
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