Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 22:01:08 -0400

Author: "Chuck Britton"

Subject: Re: laser pointer batteries

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Can you find the problem here????

We get the message!!!

Andy - can we pull the plug on it???

At 9:31 PM -0400 6/29/04, Anthony Lapinski wrote:
>I know the couple who own Astronomy To Go. They usually have a booth at
>the summer AAPT meeting, and sell unique t-shirts, ties, books, CD's,
>meteorites, etc. Last year the guy said they will NOT be in Sacramento
>because it's too far and TOO HOT! :(
>
>tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu writes:
> >You might want to look at the 'dollar store' in your neighborhood. I
> >have seen the L1154 clones and smaller ones as well for $1 for a card of
> >8 or 10. Don't know if they're of the highest quality, but the laser
> >works.... Much cheaper than Radio Shack.
> >
> >Astronomy to Go is a nice source as well. Don't know if they'll be in
> >Sacramento since they're from Pennsylvania.
> >
> >Take care
> >
> >bill
> >
> >
> >--
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> >Dr. William McNairy, Lecturer Phone: (919) 660-2689
> >Lecture Demonstration Coordinator FAX: (919) 660-2525
> >Department of Physics, Duke Univ. e-mail mcnairy@phy.duke.edu
> >Box 90305
> >Durham, NC 27708-0305
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> >


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which they can learn.
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From anthony_lapinski@pds.org Tue Jun 29 22:06:11 2004

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