Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
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I was in Tahiti one time and in the back yard of my hotel was this Cast Iron Kettle, with the story that it was left over from some cannibal days and used to cook their dinners. I asked a girl passing by to take my picture. I later thought about the common cartons with the cannibals cooking some hapless guy. Now just how and why a traveling Kettle salesman would be going around to these cannibals to sell these Kettles. To me it sure sounds like an ‘IFFY’ job. Why pay the salesman when they have some free chow? And pay them with ‘what’? And just why were these kettles made in the first place?
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