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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBob
    Don't worry, Zoomster....we won't hold you to it!
    That's good, But then I have to If I want to get any work done and It looks like this:

    Feb $58.29 For 520w Aspire psu(For zoom2)
    Feb $107.99 MSI K8T NEO2-FIR(for zoom1, Someday in 2006;$93.00+14.99)
    May $147.43? Plumber(Clogged Washer drain, Leaky Toilet & broken Swamp Cooler, I rent a 12'x60' Manufactured House, Not a Trailer),
    July $188.70 Car Insurance,
    July $ 65.00 DMV fees(Aug.)
    Sept $120.00? Repair 27" Proscan TV and replace the Front Cabinet of a 27" Hitachi TV,
    Sept $ 69.20 xmas?
    Nov $191.29? Install Fuel Pump in Escort,
    Jan $224.20? AC/AC Clutch repair(Rattles too)
    Mar $ 92.84? Tune up for '88 Ford Escort,


    $400.00 Rent(Includes Water, Trash & Sewage & No Major maintainance unless I pay someone to do It)
    $ 78.31 SCE(Electricity)
    $ 40.00 SW Gas(Cooking/Heating)
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    Feb.------/March----/April--->
    $532.72_$532.72_$532.72 Total
    $_40.38_$_40.38_$_40.38 Dish Network TV
    $_18.90_$_18.90_$_18.90 For Gasoline at $1.89 per gallon
    $__0.00_$_95.56_$_53.42 Verizon Phone/DSL(Feb payment made in March by arrangement)
    $_43.59_$_70.62_$_64.98 Food & some needed supplies(For Me and My Cat)
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    $_635.59|$_758.18|$_710.40
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    Feb______|Mar____|Apr____|May____|Jun_____|Jul_____|Aug____|Sep_____|Oct____|Nov_____|Dec___|Jan2006
    $0635.59|0758.18|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40|0710.40
    $0166.28|0000.00|0000.00|0147.43|0000.00|0253.70|0000.00|0189.20|0000.00|0191.29|0000.00|0224.20 Spent
    $0303.30|0322.00|0297.18|0202.58|0255.41|0160.81|0319.91|0225.31|0319.91|0225.31|0322.00|0227.40 Owed
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    $1105.00|1080.18|1007.58|1060.41|0965.81|1124.91|1030.31|1124.91|1030.31|1127.00|1032.40|1162.00
    -805.00....................|827.00 SSI................................................................................................. ..............................|-862.00
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    $0300.00|0275.18|0180.58|0233.41|0138.81|0297.91|0203.31|297.91|0203.31|0300.00|0205.40|0300.00
    + 22.00 Overdraft fee(Maximum Overdraft of $300.00 per month)
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    $0322.00|0297.18|0202.58|0255.41|0160.81|0319.91|0225.31|319.91|0225.31|0322.00|0227.40|0322.00
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Mornin'
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    tuesday!

    one day closer to friday!

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Mornin!
    Quote Originally Posted by Fluff n Stuff
    Now THERE'S a thread... what is your biggest project for which you have the parts, but haven't put together yet?
    My office! Although I don't quite have all the parts cause there's no need to buy sheetrock just to store it, or paint, etc. But I've been banging away on it since last summer, getting real close now. Today I'm going to run the network/phone line/SAT TV lines thru conduit to the house. I'm having a contractor come in and spray on corbond foam insulation, hopefully he'll start today. The only bad news is the electrical inspector said I need to move a subpanel (grrrr), but it shouldn't really be too hard. Just time consuming. Oh well, off to run some cat5e and coax!
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by thelmores
    tuesday!

    one day closer to friday!


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    Re: The Seti Bar

    I have a completely-functional phase-change cooler....in an external box. I never got around to designing a hold-down to attach the evaporator to the cpu....otherwise I'd have sub-freezing cpu temps right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluff n Stuff
    Now THERE'S a thread... what is your biggest project for which you have the parts, but haven't put together yet?
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Brrr - I just heard the weather forecast for tomorrow night.....-26C with a 40km/h wind.....windchills below -40.

    Might have to go for a walk....get a Slurpee
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubris
    I have a completely-functional phase-change cooler....in an external box. I never got around to designing a hold-down to attach the evaporator to the cpu....otherwise I'd have sub-freezing cpu temps right now.
    You don't need phase-change cooling - just put it outside in the snow

    Alternatively, how about some liquid helium



    We used to play with this stuff at work. Should be great for cooling - makes liquid nitrogen look like a slurpee

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Slider
    You don't need phase-change cooling - just put it outside in the snow

    Alternatively, how about some liquid helium



    We used to play with this stuff at work. Should be great for cooling - makes liquid nitrogen look like a slurpee

    Ned
    Insane stuff. Cool though, Really coooooooll, Absolutely frozen in fact.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by zoom314
    Insane stuff. Cool though, Really coooooooll, Absolutely frozen in fact.

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Now If Only this thing could be towed up here and carved up
    The Mojave Deserts water problem would be solved for a number of years.


    The 160km long B-15A iceberg (right)
    heads for the Drygalski Ice Tongue (top left)

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4165307.stm

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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubris
    Might have to go for a walk....get a Slurpee
    I can see Hubris now, putting his beer outside for a bit to make a Slurpee.
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by wahoo_man
    I can see Hubris now, putting his beer outside for a bit to make a Slurpee.
    That does weird things to beer... GREAT things to cider, weird things to beer.



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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Don't ask me why I'm awake....

    Current windchill temp outside is -37C. Furnace seems to be coming on a fair bit

    Tomorrow night is supposed to be a little less windy, but considerably colder!
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    Re: The Seti Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubris
    Current windchill temp outside is -37C. Furnace seems to be coming on a fair bit
    Yeah! that's cold!


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