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perhaps you know this place already. Just a little help for this guy's
biz
www.murphyjunk.com
Nicely organized and well run
El Cajon ca 619 444 7717
he has a billion tons of of really cools stuff and I have no stake in
it at all
Just check out this place if you need something because he prolly has
it.

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Yeah it's spam, but it's pretty cool spam

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Ive been to Murphy's. Neat place, a bit pricey though in a lot of the
stuff.

Apex is much much better....

G


Have an addy, Gunner?

Thx... Bill
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Yeah, this was my same thought. I spent almost an hour looking at this
place.
Mike



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On Mon, 21 Nov 2005 16:38:22 -0700, BillP wrote:



Ive been to Murphy's. Neat place, a bit pricey though in a lot of the
stuff.

Apex is much much better....

G


Have an addy, Gunner?

Thx... Bill


Bring your lunch when you go...

http://www.apexelectronic.com/contact.htm

Gunner


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Apex is much much better....

G


Have an addy, Gunner?

Thx... Bill



Bring your lunch when you go...

http://www.apexelectronic.com/contact.htm

Gunner



Thx, Gun!!!

Bill
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for electronics, I've had good luck with Ford Electronics, in Santa Ana,
CA - 714-521-8080


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Apex is much much better....

G

Have an addy, Gunner?

Thx... Bill



Bring your lunch when you go...

http://www.apexelectronic.com/contact.htm

Gunner



Thx, Gun!!!

Bill



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