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  1. Paul

    Paul Guest

    We have 30, 32, 34, 36, 40, and 48 gauge Nichrome 80 in 10' and 100'

    Not sure which size to use, try the sample pack of 10' spools of each

    Free shipping for Nichrome wire orders only.

  2. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  3. Old Mac User

    Old Mac User Guest


    I know this could be debated, but notice this from the link you


    How to Advertise on Usenet

    There are acceptable ways to advertise in Usenet newsgroups.

    1. The on-topic notice

    If you have a product or a message that is specifically related to a
    particular Usenet newsgroup, and you want to let people know about it,
    it's usually all right to post one notice about it.

    Note the word "notice." A notice is a brief mention of the product
    with information about how interested persons can find out more. It's
    not a sales pitch. It's not an advertisement. It's not a "BUY BUY BUY"
    sort of message. It's a notice.


    I don't have a dog in this fight, but I believe that Paul's post falls
    under these guidelines. OMU
  4. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    Yes. ONE. Not cross posted either.
  5. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    was: Bad vendor: -- SPAMS Usenet
    "On-topic" is determined by the charter of the group.
    When the sci.electronics hierarchy was subdivided in 1996,
    a group was set up SPECIFICALLY for commercial traffic
    as to keep that SPAM out of this hierarchy.
    Here is the charter for this group:
    "Guide to the sci.electronics Newsgroups" by Mark Zenier*-*-*+zzz+the-rec-hierarchy+qq-qq+Discussion

    People who have never PARTICIPATED in the group
    and whose first post is this kind of crap are SPAMMERS.
    When it is multi-posted, that is the smoking gun:

    The OP doesn't give a rat's ass about this group
    or about Usenet in general.
    To him it's just another blank space to plaster an ad.
    These low-lifes are to be pointed out and avoided.

    Here's the cogent passage from Mr. Furr's article:
    :In the midst of the discussions on the new sidewalks
    :eek:r textbooks or product, someone walks into the room,
    :interrupts everyone, then reads an advertisement for a local
    :He or she then leaves without waiting for comment.

    A good ground rule for Usenet:*-*-*-*-I'm-selling-x-product

    Just as the toughest guy in town doesn't have to prove it often,
    people with valuable goods/services
    don't have to jam ads for them in your face.

    Announcements of freeware are the only exception I can think of
    that I would put under the Acceptable heading
    --and *restraint* is the watchword there.
    I have seen posts about payware that I thought were over the line,
    but because the OP was asking for interaction about its usability,
    tolerance was granted by others smarter than I am.

    In the sci.electronics hierarchy,
    people advertise legitimately all the time.
    They do it while PARTICIPATING:
    When starting on-topic threads or responding to on-topic threads
    they include a blurb for their goods/service in their footer.
    THAT is acceptable.

    There are those who troll for their goods/services IN CONTEXT:
    That is ALSO acceptable.

    To paraphrase Mr. Furr:
    Groups where ads are welcome are not hard to spot.
    They have words in their names like
    ads biz forsale marketplace.

    In short, This is NOT a *marketplace* group.
    Never was--and that's been true for over a decade.
  6. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    Grow the **** up, top posting Usenet retard!
  7. sparky

    sparky Guest

    Does it give you a feeling of power in your prong when you use nasty
  8. He couldn't get a feeling of power in his tiny 'prong' if he connected it to
    11 kV.
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