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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid 13th March 2010, 5:12 pm

Tell me you didn't use any machined components and I will be impressed CW.

Stihl aren't as cool as Husqvarna, btw.

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Post by Compostwoman 13th March 2010, 5:16 pm

I did it with my bare hands an the sweat of my brow of course Billy!

No, I used lots of computers, an ion implantation kit and a photolith machine. I did do the nast y chemical etching my self and the handling of the silicon in the Fab ...

All seems a lifetime ago now!

But I DO know how to smelt things...and alloy and cast metal etc..being a metallurgist has its uses!
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Post by Compostwoman 13th March 2010, 5:16 pm

Why are Stihl less cool than Husqvana?
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Post by Hairyloon 13th March 2010, 8:20 pm

Compostwoman wrote:Why are Stihl less cool than Husqvana?
'cos Stihl are hot!
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Post by Guest 14th March 2010, 2:34 pm

I think the idea is that you have to look to others for help...making communities based on assistance.

CW underlines the idea that a person can do what others think is laughable (my dad made computers from very basic components so that one didn't make me flinch).

The idea of the Ba'ku was that they could see into the moment. This is the idea of having reverence or understanding of the moment. This suggested that they could see how things affected others and the true affect of machines.

(Yes the story is that the Ba'ku have a situation that extended their life but they did denounce technology before they moved to that plantet..there had to be a reason why they were threatened and a fight would develop!)
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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid 14th March 2010, 3:10 pm

CW - wearing a Husky cap makes look like a rad dirtbiker, wearing a Stihl cap makes you look like a an extra out of Deliverance.

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Post by Guest 14th March 2010, 3:16 pm

Hey keep the chainsaw wars to the other - chainsaw war thread...! duel
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Do we have one? Where?
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Next to the "Your chainsaw has taken something away from two men and their cross-saw" thread.

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Yep thats it ....you are learning Billy! whistle2
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