SuperCat holes

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zelph
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SuperCat holes

Postby zelph » Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:49 pm

I have bar coded the holes on this superCat. :D :lol:

Modern technology makes it's way into the SuperCat.

I have not fired it up yet :) But you and I know it will work ;)

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby Allen » Wed Mar 26, 2008 2:01 pm

zelph,

What did You use to punch these holes? An IBM data card punch?
Did You get a chance to do a Burn? It loks cool :)

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby zelph » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:06 pm

Allen wrote:zelph,

What did You use to punch these holes? An IBM data card punch?
Did You get a chance to do a Burn? It loks cool :)


Hand punch from craft store. Have not test burned it yet, got sidetracked :D
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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby oops56 » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:10 pm

zelph wrote:I have bar coded the holes on this superCat. :D :lol:

Modern technology makes it's way into the SuperCat.

I have not fired it up yet :) But you and I know it will work ;)

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I got one just like it un fired oops Zelph sent it to me.
Man play with fire man get burnt

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby zelph » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:13 pm

Put some fire to it Oops!!!!!
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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby Allen » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:15 pm

zelph wrote:
Allen wrote:zelph,

What did You use to punch these holes? An IBM data card punch?
Did You get a chance to do a Burn? It loks cool :)


Hand punch from craft store. Have not test burned it yet, got sidetracked :D


I picked up a regular round type notebook hole punch at a 1.00 store. It punches slightly
smaller holes than the typical hole punch, and I've noticed that Supercat type stoves made from
it just barely stay lit, and make a good simmer stove :)

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby Allen » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:25 pm

It's always bothered Me that Cat Food and Potted Meat come in the exact same can :twisted:

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby Tobit » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:05 pm

Allen wrote:It's always bothered Me that Cat Food and Potted Meat come in the exact same can :twisted:

If grocery prices keep going up, I've been thinking about eating FancyFeast. At 50 cents/can, it's a deal.

- JT

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby russb » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:22 pm

Tobit wrote:
Allen wrote:It's always bothered Me that Cat Food and Potted Meat come in the exact same can :twisted:

If grocery prices keep going up, I've been thinking about eating FancyFeast. At 50 cents/can, it's a deal.

- JT


The cat food is probably a higher grade meat too.

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Re: SuperCat holes

Postby Tony » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:05 pm

If grocery prices keep going up, I've been thinking about eating FancyFeast. At 50 cents/can, it's a deal.


We are ripped off here in OZ I pay A 0.94c per can for FancyFeast, our $ is worth US$0.92 at the moment so that is about 86c US.

The same goes for backpacking gear, I just brought a Golite Jam2 pack US$94 delivered (US address), over here they want A$260 for the same pack, no wonder more of us Aussies are shopping via the net.

Might see if I can get my cat food shipped in too.


Tony


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