Drats! The spelling deamon bit me again! Here's yet another
insistance where spell-checkers will let won down when least
expectorated. Let's sea... I also had a problem resently when my
spell-checker flailed to deflect the error... "on the souls of my
feet." Fortunately... I prouf read all my documents and selldome have
nead of spell checkers.
Naturally, I would never recommend "cleavering" a gel cell.... however,
I particularly liked the suggestion of another Towertalkian... whereby
another battery was "cleaved" to the side of the MFJ-259 case with
Most clever and ingenious! The fact that his cells were far cheaper
than my own... and come with their own built in chargers... restores my
faith in hamdom as being the last refuse for the multitudes of the
economically challenged and terminally cheap.
Thank you for your "tweak" of my weak spelling. The good doctor
appreciates all the help he can get!
The warmest of Holliday Greetings,
aka, Dr. Igore Helfenschmaltz
The Leichtenstein Institute For Spell Checking and Improuved Gramar
At 01:50 PM 12/19/97 +0000, you wrote:
>Good morning! Glad to see the good Doctor of Humor is once again adding
>value and humor to this group!
>BTW, what do you do after you chop your batteries with your cleaver? Oh,
>clever ... I sure do need another cup of coffee!
>73 and happy holidays,
>>My solution is as easy as pie:
>>I have many spare, older camcorder batteries... Panasonic AG-BP212,
>>rated at 12-V 2.3AH, lead-acid gel cell types.
>>AKA Dr. Igore Helfenschmaltz, LIFCBS.....
>>the Liechtenstein Institute For Cleaver Battery Solutions
>>about 30 mi. SW of NYC
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