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Volcano Reservoir

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by CyberDruid, May 15, 2008.

  1. btarunr

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    Patent sonny, patent :)
     
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    kinda hard to patent custom pieces.....

    unless.....
     
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    Reminds me of tubgirl... j/k

    Seriously, that is nothing short of an amazing mod. Have you thought about making a nozzle so that the water shoots out instead of slowly flowing?

    Chris
     
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    ....he decides to mass-produce them ;)

    If he patents it and licenses one of those countless Chinese toy-makers to produce them, he'll make "some" money out of it. All it takes is a good toy-maker, a contract with a company that makes fittings and cold-cathode lights.
     
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    Lamptron FTW! lol

    Yeah I hope one day to make that step and have a "product" that I don't have to hand make...
     
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    how don't all the cathodes n such get wet? it looks to me like they should be covered in water
     
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    the cathode compartment is separate from the volcano compartment IIRC
     
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    Thanks for covering that 'igent. It's what I call a tropical delusion...
     
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    N/P Cyber

    a tropical delusion would be me on a beach somewhere unbearibly hot, sippin margarittas with like 10 senioritas dressed in their birthday suits ;)
     
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    Then a giant lickalotapus washes up on shore...no it's Cyber and Pedo-bear in a two-man submersible...
     
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    ROFLMFAO! :roll::roll:

    it was supposed to be my turn to be lickalotopus! damn you and pedo bear :nutkick:

    :toast:
     
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