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I posted this some time ago. I think it is time it was posted again.
Apparently, there is a guy in the US who digs stuff out his backyard, and
sends it to the Smithsonian Institute, asking for some kind of verification.
Could be an urban myth, however.



Smithsonian Institute
 207  Pennsylvania  Avenue
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A good laugh indeed. Very well crafted whether it is real or not.
Havent seen it before today either, but then I am not big on the
getting lots of forwarded funny stuff junk.


Andy S
http://www.swinndesign.com/ae /

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On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 01:09:25 GMT, "Trevor Wilson"

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**Thanks Franc. I had actually read that, before I posted. I preferred to
keep a little mystery, as it adds considerably to the joke.

Trevor Wilson

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   Thanks Frank... you beat me to it by a matter of hours. :) These
days I check out every story etc which comes my way on the net,  and
so far about 90% of it is either pure fiction or wildly inaccurate
(like old photos of storm systems claiming to be Hurricane Katrina).
    But a lot of it's very funny, too!


On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 17:40:24 +1000, Franc Zabkar

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Sorry to butt in...

Hey Bob,
Do you know a Peter Grbavac?

I was at his workshop at rockdale a few days ago and brought your
ESR meter with me to test something.  I told him a Bob Parker
design it, and he reckond that you guys works together before.

He says hello.


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   Somehow I missed reading your posting until now. What a
coincidence....  yes, *many* years ago I used to attempt some repairs
on photoflash and similar stuff for Peter (PGI). I haven't been to his
workshop for a long time but I still remember him very well.
   Assuming that you read this, if you see him, please tell him I sent
my best wishes. :)



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