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  1. #16
    Garner Miller
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    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    In article <[email protected]>,
    <"[email protected]"> wrote:

    > This has marginal interest to maybe one person, but I found these 6 Kyocera
    > t-shirts, and they were really Kool.
    > Well, now that you know I'm selling something it is on ebay. Don't follow
    > the link if you don't want to see it....


    Don't spam newsgroups to sell your crap.

    And for a $15 shipping charge, it better come next-day-air packed in
    dry ice!

    --
    Garner R. Miller
    Clifton Park, NY =USA=



    See More: ALT: Wireless FAQ




  2. #17
    bushman
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    Dude. $15 for shipping?

    That is wrong of you.

    jb





  3. #18
    Larry W4CSC
    Guest

    Re: ALT: Wireless FAQ

    [email protected] wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > A standard household light bulb emits about 1 milli-gauss at 1/2 inch.
    >


    Go over to alt.binaries.pictures.sports.ocean and download the movie I've
    posted there. Wonder how many milligauss that flamethrower puts out?

    The switch that arcs opens an inductor that's placed on a very high voltage
    transmission line to correct its power factor. I don't think it liked them
    taking the power away....(c;

    --
    Larry

    You know you've had a rough night when you wake up and your outlined in
    chalk.




  4. #19
    Larry W4CSC
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
    wrote in news:[email protected]:

    > Path:
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    > rodigy.com!prodigy.net!newsmst01b.news.prodigy.com!prodigy.com!postmast
    > er.news.prodigy.com!newssvr33.news.prodigy.com.POSTED!900292ce!not-for-
    > mail Reply-To: "[email protected]"
    > <[email protected]> From:
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
    > Newsgroups:
    > alt.cellular,sdnet.wireless.pcs,alt.cellular.sprintpcs,alt.cellular.ver
    > izon,alt.cellular.gsm.carriers.voicestream References:
    > <[email protected]>
    > <[email protected]>
    > <[email protected]>
    > <[email protected]> <[email protected]>
    > <[email protected]>
    > <[email protected]> Subject: If
    > you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt Lines: 23
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    > X-Trace: newssvr33.news.prodigy.com 1118887596 ST000 68.23.144.30
    > (Wed, 15 Jun 2005 22:06:36 EDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005
    > 22:06:36 EDT X-UserInfo1:
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    > OR\T_M_AW_M[_BWU_HFA_]@A_A^SGFAUDE_DFTMQPFWVW[QPJN Date: Thu, 16 Jun
    > 2005 02:06:36 GMT Xref: usenetserver.com alt.cellular:253199
    > sdnet.wireless.pcs:111278 alt.cellular.sprintpcs:389130
    > alt.cellular.verizon:313423
    > alt.cellular.gsm.carriers.voicestream:182577
    >


    Geez, is Prodigy still in business?? Oh, look, those idiots left his IP
    hangin' out for the bots to find, too...(c;

    Not very good spamming, is it?

    --
    Larry

    You know you've had a rough night when you wake up and your outlined in
    chalk.




  5. #20
    castellan
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt


    I miss my QCP-860

    However, my model was labelled Qualcomm, even though the later ones had Kyocera
    on them.


    On 2005-06-16, [email protected]am <[email protected]> wrote:
    > This has marginal interest to maybe one person, but I found these 6 Kyocera
    > t-shirts, and they were really Kool. As I'm a fan of the phones, there must
    > be a geek or two, that can't live without a Kyocera t-shirt. If you hate
    > the phone, you probably won't like the shirt either.
    >
    > Well, now that you know I'm selling something it is on ebay. Don't follow
    > the link if you don't want to see it. But the shirt is surprisingly kool, I
    > thought so. Any size, any color as long as it is XL and white. I only have
    > the ones show. Sorry to be a bother, but I did tell you I was selling em.
    >
    > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=8312330039
    >
    > A really NEAT, Classic Kyocera T-Shirt, I LOVE it, u 2 Item number:
    > 8312330039
    >



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  6. #21

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    Let me see... if you get a box of stuff for a penny; we stuff the whole
    thing in a USPS box for $7.70 for fast shipping. They were boiler plated...
    the box of phones, the box of car chargers.... but ok, if someone wins it,
    they can pick the shipping.... as long as they cover the cost of the
    shipping/box. But if they get it for a penny, they have to buy me a six
    pack of pop, to make the drive to the po worth my time. A penny mind you,
    some of this stuff was for a penny! dr
    --
    dr.news Better Price? (not better than you deserve, just more than you are
    used to)
    If I can help: [email protected]am or thru this notes forum.
    home of the better priced phone and service:
    http://free.better-price.biz

    "bushman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Dude. $15 for shipping?
    >
    > That is wrong of you.
    >
    > jb
    >






  7. #22

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    Hello: this isn't spam, it was listed as commercial "stuff" and only posted
    to the verizon news group. Garner Miller: You shouldn't have read it, if
    you didn't like it. Save yourself some time, put me in your kill file, then
    I won't have to answer your notes either. The Kyocera shirt is kool... if I
    sent it to your email box that is spam; posting Verizon stuff to anyone only
    interested in VZW stuff is what, among other things, a newsgroup is for. I
    didn't hide anything. Don't like it, don't read it. I contribute my fair
    share of technical value and hints. Go elsewhere if you don't like it. dr

    And yes, I'd pack your shirt in dry ice, didn't you send me mail saying you
    wanted to give me lots of money if I sent my products to Nigeria... wasn't
    that you? Now that is spam.
    --
    dr.news Better Price? (not better than you deserve, just more than you are
    used to)
    If I can help: [email protected]am or thru this notes forum.
    home of the better priced phone and service:
    http://free.better-price.biz

    "Garner Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:150620052228388644%[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > <"[email protected]"> wrote:
    >
    > Don't spam newsgroups to sell your crap.
    >
    > And for a $15 shipping charge, it better come next-day-air packed in
    > dry ice!
    >
    > --
    > Garner R. Miller
    > Clifton Park, NY =USA=






  8. #23

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    Ooops, sorry for the broad post. I should have left this to VZW only.
    Sorry. Any posts to questions will be to vzw.news only... sorry. I should
    know better. :-( dr
    --
    dr.news Better Price? (not better than you deserve, just more than you are
    used to)
    If I can help: [email protected]am or thru this notes forum.
    home of the better priced phone and service:
    http://free.better-price.biz

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Let me see... if you get a box of stuff for a penny; we stuff the whole
    > thing in a USPS box for $7.70 for fast shipping. They were boiler
    > plated... the box of phones, the box of car chargers.... but ok, if
    > someone wins it, they can pick the shipping.... as long as they cover the
    > cost of the shipping/box. But if they get it for a penny, they have to
    > buy me a six pack of pop, to make the drive to the po worth my time. A
    > penny mind you, some of this stuff was for a penny! dr
    > --
    > dr.news Better Price? (not better than you deserve, just more than you
    > are used to)
    > If I can help: [email protected]am or thru this notes forum.
    > home of the better priced phone and service:
    > http://free.better-price.biz






  9. #24
    Notan
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    "[email protected]" wrote:
    >
    > Let me see... if you get a box of stuff for a penny; we stuff the whole
    > thing in a USPS box for $7.70 for fast shipping. They were boiler plated...
    > the box of phones, the box of car chargers.... but ok, if someone wins it,
    > they can pick the shipping.... as long as they cover the cost of the
    > shipping/box. But if they get it for a penny, they have to buy me a six
    > pack of pop, to make the drive to the po worth my time. A penny mind you,
    > some of this stuff was for a penny! dr


    What the hell are you talking about?

    Notan



  10. #25
    Quick
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    Notan wrote:
    > "[email protected]" wrote:
    >>
    >> Let me see... if you get a box of stuff for a penny; we
    >> stuff the whole thing in a USPS box for $7.70 for fast
    >> shipping. They were boiler plated... the box of phones,
    >> the box of car chargers.... but ok, if someone wins it,
    >> they can pick the shipping.... as long as they cover
    >> the cost of the shipping/box. But if they get it for a
    >> penny, they have to buy me a six pack of pop, to make
    >> the drive to the po worth my time. A penny mind you,
    >> some of this stuff was for a penny! dr

    >
    > What the hell are you talking about?


    He is spamming the known universe with his eBay
    auctions. ISP TOS anyone?

    -Quick





  11. #26
    Jim Seymour
    Guest

    Re: If you like Kyocera phones, this could be a must have t-shirt

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> writes:
    > Hello: this isn't spam,


    Yeah, yeah, we know: "Spam is something other than what I do." Hear
    it all the time.

    > it was listed as commercial "stuff" and only posted
    > to the verizon news group.


    Wrong, Oh Top-Posting, Spamming, Clue-Impaired One. Observe:

    Newsgroups: alt.cellular,sdnet.wireless.pcs,alt.cellular.sprintpcs,
    alt.cellular.verizon,alt.cellular.gsm.carriers.voicestream

    I count five (5) newsgroups.

    > Garner Miller: You shouldn't have read it, if
    > you didn't like it.


    Oh boy, the "Just Hit Delete" suggestion. Never heard *that* one
    before.

    > Save yourself some time, put me in your kill file, then
    > I won't have to answer your notes either.


    Keep spamming Usenet and you may find yourself relieved of answering
    *any* "notes."

    > The Kyocera shirt is kool... if I
    > sent it to your email box that is spam; posting Verizon stuff to anyone only
    > interested in VZW stuff is what, among other things, a newsgroup is for.


    Oh, I see *now*: *You* define the purpose of a newsgroup, not its
    Charter. *You* are the Ultimate Arbiter of Usenet etiquette.

    > I
    > didn't hide anything. Don't like it, don't read it. I contribute my fair
    > share of technical value and hints. Go elsewhere if you don't like it. dr


    Have you read your ISP's Terms Of Service lately? In fact: Have you
    ever read them *at* *all*? I'm guessing "no" on both counts.

    >
    > And yes, I'd pack your shirt in dry ice, didn't you send me mail saying you
    > wanted to give me lots of money if I sent my products to Nigeria... wasn't
    > that you? Now that is spam.


    You don't get to define "spam," Oh Top-Posting, Spamming, Clueless
    One. More likely "harassment" than spam, which is probably also a
    violation of the sender's ISP's TOS. But in complaining: You fail
    the "clean hands" test. So please stfu and go away. Thank you.


    --
    Jim Seymour | "There is no expedient to which a man will not
    [email protected] | go to avoid the labor of thinking."
    http://jimsun.LinxNet.com | - Thomas A. Edison



  12. #27
    Klein
    Guest

    Re: ALT: Wireless FAQ

    On 14 Jun 2005 20:22:29 -0700, [email protected] wrote:

    >1 milli-gauss was/is considered marginally dangerous ( according to the
    >documentation that came with my testers, the test equipment is designed
    >for assuring compliance with Federal law. Three meters altogether, two
    >with identical sensitivity and the third dampened by about three
    >milli-gauss. One of the two with identical sensitivity, I call "Bugs
    >Bunny" for no reason.


    That's funny, the earth's magnetic field measures around 500
    milli-gauss. Also, take a look at this:
    http://www.greenfacts.org/power-line...er-lines-1.htm

    The table at the bottom would indicate that we're wallowing in much
    stronger magnetic fields than you've measured from a cell phone. Add
    to that the fact that no one has convincing evidence that magnetic
    fields of _any_ strength are hazardous. But don't let that stop you
    from having fun with your gadget.

    Some years ago, one of the buildings used by my employer had a very
    high voltage line running quite close to it. People who's offices
    were on that side of the building were complaining of not feeling well
    after working there a while. On investigating further, we found that
    all the complainers had PC's in their offices and used them quite a
    bit. Knowing that CRT monitors can be influenced by external magnetic
    fields we tried shielding the monitors - but not the people. Problem
    solved. But we decided it was easier to move people away from the
    field if they had a computer monitor in their office than to shield
    all the monitors from the field. We believed that the feeling of
    unease was caused by a small but perceptable jitter of the computer
    display caused by the magnetic field, i.e., the problem was really
    visual - not magnetic.

    Klein

    [.....]



  13. #28
    Larry W4CSC
    Guest

    Re: ALT: Wireless FAQ

    Klein <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > The table at the bottom would indicate that we're wallowing in much
    > stronger magnetic fields than you've measured from a cell phone. Add
    > to that the fact that no one has convincing evidence that magnetic
    > fields of _any_ strength are hazardous. But don't let that stop you
    > from having fun with your gadget.
    >


    If you'd like to hear the alternating current flowing through your body in
    any house in the land, just unplug the audio cable from your computer that
    runs to the input of your audio amplifier or stereo. Touch the end of the
    cable with your finger and listen to the loud hum coming out of the
    speaker. That signal is coming from YOU...capacitively coupled from all
    the 60 Hz (USA/Canada) or 50 Hz (rest of the planet) unshielded wiring
    around you.

    Everything plugged into the wall outlet is radiating you, too. Touch the
    center pin of that audio cable to any metal part of your computer,
    appliances, etc. and you can hear their really loud AC hum on their metal
    cases....even grounded ones.

    WARNING - START WITH THE VOLUME CONTROL SET VERY LOW AS THE INTENSE 60 Hz
    SIGNAL THROUGH A POWERFUL AMP WILL BLOW THE SPEAKERS and I'm not going to
    pay for them...(c;

    Humans have been part of the AC fields since Nikola Tesla strung that first
    high voltage AC powerline to Rochester from Niagara Falls, which put Thomas
    Edison, and almost GE, out of the electric power business. Tesla, himself,
    sat in very intense fields from the time he was in his 20's until his old
    age death in 1943 at the age of 87. Now, if you boys want to study a REAL
    threat to your electromagnetic health, and of the planet's, start reading
    about HAARP in Gakona, Alaska, another one of Tesla's inventions, the
    Death Ray:
    http://www.2012.com.au/HAARP.html
    http://www.fbi.gov/foipa/tesla/tesla1.pdf
    http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/.../m08-002.shtml
    just search Google for Tesla or HAARP

    Maybe cellphone owners should buy some "Tesla Plates" for their cellphones.
    We could sell them to the same idiots who bought those little stick-on
    bogus "antenna boosters" still sold in the malls.
    http://www.teslaplatten.ch/tp_start_e.htm#What exactly are these Tesla
    plates

    --
    Larry

    You know you've had a rough night when you wake up and your outlined in
    chalk.




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