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#2776 - 11/30/01 12:37 PM I'm back again
Bagheera Offline
journeyman

Registered: 11/30/01
Posts: 62
Loc: The Netherlands (Europe)
Hi Chris,<br><br>After all the username/login problems I had some time ago and as a result of that me not being able to post I got an invitation to try it again from Richard who spoke to you on Hoodoo's forum.<br><br>I got an new home PC running windows XP so I gave it a try and my original Username Bagheera was gone but not taken, so I registered again, hoping that I will be able to still login after a day or so.<br><br>Chris, I'll have some catching up to do I guess.<br><br>Best scouting wishes from Holland,<br><br>Bagheera

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#2777 - 11/30/01 09:31 PM Re: I'm back again
Chris Kavanaugh Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 02/09/01
Posts: 3824
JUST DON'T LOG OUT! If it gets you again, just email me and ill delete you. I think Bagheera is safe, nobody reads Kipling :O( Now if it was a Harry Potter character......... Did you ever secure P38s for your troop? I found a source on EBAY that auctions off quantities to introduce people to their store.

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#2778 - 12/02/01 11:58 PM Re: I'm back again
Bagheera Offline
journeyman

Registered: 11/30/01
Posts: 62
Loc: The Netherlands (Europe)
Hi Chris,<br><br>I'll just do that whenever I can't log in to the Forums again.<br><br>I managed to trade some P-38's with an old time blade forum friend and our scout packs no all own one.<br>This old scoutmaster now also has one hanging from his keychain wink even when I don't open that many cans anymore.<br><br>The original P-38's are so much better (and smaller) then the Taiwan copies called P-38 I was able to test both of them yesterday and the original P-38 cut easier then the almost 50% bigger Taiwan copy even when I first thought that the bigger one would be easier to use because of more leverage.<br>Wrong thought, the tiny original P38 finished first.<br><br>Best scouting wishes from Holland,<br><br>Bagheera

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#2779 - 12/03/01 04:11 AM Re: I'm back again
Chris Kavanaugh Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 02/09/01
Posts: 3824
we used to call them John Waynes. With one of these you could do anything. We were in an Alaskan bar. This fisherman with a dislike for Coasties began sharpening his knife melodramatically. On cue from my chief, we all began examining our P38s in the light, slowly surrounding him. He left!

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