On Tue, 20 May 2008 14:27:09 -0400, email@example.com
>Someone really needs to calm down some. It's a connector for hobby
>applications for heavens sake.
> There's nothing wrong with a properly assembled bakelite dielectric 259 for
>example, ...hams used them for decades without problems, and continue to do
John, you don't get it. We aren't talking about bakelite, we're talking
plastic that melts when you try to solder it! Heck, I'd be THRILLED by
bakelite! We're talking IMITATIONS of the real thing. They LOOK like real
connectors, but they DON'T WORK!
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