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Hey Luca! Can you find out for me from Bialetti the name of the process they use to put the little man on the side of the Moka Express? The image has a very fresh clean high-tech look and I might be able to use the process to make the Paso belt buckle and lapel pin.


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Hi, Skins

I too am interested in the lapel pins.

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hey skins maybe you need a thread of your own? :D


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Hmmm ... what's a thread? I'm guessing it's the same as a 'Topic'. Actually, I was just about to make a new Topic about audible turn signals. Anyway, I think I'll put the 'So What Do You Do?' totals down here at the working end of this Topic:

OK. So far we've got:

Computers/IT - four
Personel/Training - two
Engineering - five
Arts - one
Entertainment - one
Graphic Arts - one
Admin, Accounting, etc - one
Electrical - one
TV/Media - one

Ok, come on, lets see who makes Paso owners.


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Skins,

You're right, a topic is a thread. The phpBB software that Mike is using for the web site uses the term Topic. The more common name for this among other Forum software is Thread.

Just to add a little confusion in your life, many of these packages come with different looks that are referred to as "skins". We already have the two skins that we like, the nice red one you see here and the Paso Grand Pooh-Bah one....

How's the "re-integration to the working world" going ?

Paul


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Good, thanks, Paul. It's really good to be working again. I hope to be making money again in about a month.

I was called 'Skins' before there were even PCs!


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I suppose I'd better add my two cents - the ITs were catching up to the Engineers! :neener:

I'm an Avionics Systems Engineer for a small helicopter manufacturer. That means I specify how the helicopter's electronics systems are supposed to work, argue with the software coders about how they actually made them work, and test the final product in the lab and eventually in the aircraft.

It has its good and bad points, but at least I get to log some flight hours, which is a lot better than sitting at a desk! :thumbup:


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Engineers now six.

Is it too soon to start looking for a trend? And if there is a trend, is it specific to Ducati owners?


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 4:06 am 
hey skins,
just wonderin', where's a o.c.d. machine repair hillbilly fit in?


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I counted you as a engineer, wiggs. What does o.c.d stand for, by the way?


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:06 pm 
obsessive,compulsive disorder. common among motorcyclist and in other sports.


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oh deary me ... i think i may have a bit of that too. But I haven't thought too much about it, because I think my real problem is a phobia I have about wasting time. I have a terrible time trying not to waste time my time thinking about that one!

I've done a bit of research about it, but it seems like it's not even recognised by the medical profession as a phobia - there isn't even a name for it, as far as I can make out. I don't think I can take it any further, because I start to feel really wierd at that point. Of course I don't want to waste anyone else's time either.

Hey! Do we have any doctors here?


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2005 3:58 am 
meanie's a lab tech,not a doctor but in the medical field. she's also a lab petter (lab mutts actually), the dogs don't let her waste time either,if she has a spare moment they think she should be petting them!


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Skin,
I'm at you orders!
I sent an email to Bialetti (that's not too far from me) and now we only have to wait for their answer!

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I'm not a doctor, but I play one TV ... ;) (Just kidding, that's an old American TV ad ... ) But I do work at a hospital ... :laugh:

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