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Old 12-12-2002, 12:54 PM   #29
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Thanks for the tip Alan!

Thanks for the tip Alan! I'm headed into town tomorrow and will check out my local Walmart.

Morgan, I still want you to make me something!
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Old 12-12-2002, 01:06 PM   #30
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Morgan, I still want you to make me something!
I can make you a raving maniac, it only took a few years for my wife.

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Old 12-12-2002, 01:09 PM   #31
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Morgan, I still want you to make me something!
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Charles, Morgan is good, but he's not *that* good! Besides, I think that comes under Pam's area of responsibility now that your parents have apparently failed ;)

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Old 12-12-2002, 01:20 PM   #32
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Make me something

>>make me something

Yeah, Pete, make me, like, travel fulltime ...

Or make me tall, intelligent and handsome ...

Maybe make me a new trailer!

Ok, ok, poor choice of words. I would appreciate it if Morgan could fuse a couple LEDs on the end of a wire, onto which I can attach a couple of batteries ....

Naw, Pete, you're right.

Morgan, I want you to make me irresistible ... forget the LED stuff!
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Old 12-12-2002, 01:29 PM   #33
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Morgan, I still want you to make me something!
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Charles, Morgan is good, but he's not *that* good! *Besides, I think that comes under Pam's area of responsibility now that your parents have apparently failed ;) *

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Pete,

I think it's an engineering problem and Pam's a teacher. However, an engineer can't start a design without a Requirements Specification. Requirements Specifications are done by committees. Will you head the requirements committee and define just what is needed to "make [Charles] something?" Try to have a first draft on my desk by the end of May. :chased

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Old 12-12-2002, 01:33 PM   #34
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Morgan, I want you to make me irresistible ... forget the LED stuff!
Charles,

You're already irresistable. You need a publicist to let the world know. ;)

Maybe we need a poll; who finds Charles irresistable, resistable, irreverent, irrelevant or just lots of fun.

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Old 12-12-2002, 01:36 PM   #35
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Morgan, I can't participate in this poll...

I would have to check every one of the durned options, and the poll doesn't permit this!
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Old 12-12-2002, 01:46 PM   #36
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Sorry, this thread is meandering.

I should have looked at the header before I responded. (Above)

This thread is about the great fluorescent lights that Morgan has installed in his TT and that the rest of us envy and plan to install.

Back to being ''topical.'' I know, I'm one of the worst offenders, but will try not to do that again. (I still think the guy's ok though.)

Topical! Topical! Topical! (We never have problems with ''tasteful,'' but we do with ''topical,'' huh?)
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Old 12-12-2002, 05:26 PM   #37
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Topical! Topical! Topical! (We never have problems with ''tasteful,'' but we do with ''topical,'' huh?)
You are right, George, mea culpa. :wak

We do tend to diverge. :chatter

If you [b]do install flourescent lights like mine, I recommend the same brand and model as I bought. They have a magic ballast that saves tubes and makes them last and last and ... :cblob it says here.
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Old 12-16-2002, 06:51 AM   #38
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The next thing I'll try is to remove one tube from each fixture. *If it will run like that, it should use maybe 9 or 10 watts. *I'll let you know if it works and if it produces sufficient light.

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Well, I tried removing one tube. The light wouldn't light, so I guess I have to live with it as is. Too much light is better than not enough. :o
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one vs two

Just turn on one lamp, not two.

It's a math thing. two lamps with two bulbs = 4
4/2 = 2 bulbs
one lamps = 2 blulbs
see that's the same answer. :)
If you need any more help Morgan, just give me a call.
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* * * * * * Just turn on one lamp, not two.

It's a math thing. *two lamps with two bulbs = 4 *
4/2 = 2 bulbs
one lamps = 2 blulbs
see that's the same answer. *:) *
If you need any more help Morgan, just give me a call. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Boy ,JJ, that's why we pay you the big bucks; you cut to the heart of the problem. :jump

I was looking for an engineering solution and it was an operator problem. :bh
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Morgan, in a former life, I spent too much time on committees and in meetings, so it is a rule in this current life to avoid both <grinz>. If Charles wants you to make him something, I think it is his responsibility to define "something"!

Seems like West Marine carries a one-tube, 8W 12VDC fixture for not many bucks.

Pete and Rats
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* * * * * * Morgan, in a former life, I spent too much time on committees and in meetings, so it is a rule in this current life to avoid both <grinz>. *If Charles wants you to make him something, I think it is his responsibility to define "something"!

Seems like West Marine carries a one-tube, 8W 12VDC fixture for not many bucks.

Pete and Rats
I can relate. That's why I quit Honeywell in 1979. I had to go in at night to get my work done so I could spend the day in meetings trying to determine why we were behind schedule. :bh

Charles already said he want to be tall, but it seems he's already 7'10" in bare feet. :inbox
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