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In Reply to: RE: Scary posted by Tweaker456 on July 26, 2016 at 13:03:40
Apparently you've come down with a bad case of the ass. Take two placebos and see me in the morning. Look, I know you're sore, but if you want to have a brain aneurism why not do it over the Mapleshade Power Cord, you know, the one with the ultra thin ribbon conductor, the one so thin you can practically see through it. Now you're talking some real current, not milliamps. Mapleshade is the devil's workshop. Hel-looo!
Since I know you won't answer the questions I will. Mapleshade, as far as I can tell does not make a ribbon AC power cable. The "thin" double helix AC power cable is said on his website to be the same wire as his speaker wire, 18AWG. UL rates 18AWG for 10 Amps under 50 feet in length. Ever heard of such things as facts and evidence Geoff??? Once again, do you think Pierre Sprey is as unbelievably stupid as you are? So stupid as to put out an AC cord unable to carry enough current for a home stereo system? Ha? Answer the god dam question for once Geoff or leave AA. What use are you? Did I spell everything right idiot? I await your non response. Warm Regards, Travis
Yo Geoff, What is the actual gauge of the AC cord you are referring to and does it melt or break when used? Does it overhear and smoke? Does Mapleshade even have a ribbon power cord? I can find no such item. Answer the questions directly with something other than an insult. Does the cord work?? Is he selling these cords that will break or melt when used? Have you actually answered a direct question with a cogent appropriate answer that made sense in you whole F-ing life moron, weasle?
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