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Dive Equipment / Re: Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Pacific State 808 on December 12, 2012, 02:43:10 AM »
I am watching it to see if it sells, really intrigued to see if anyone is mad enough to bid for it.....it's $100 minimum bid. If the cylinder is in test and 02 cleaned, then that may be worth a few $'s, other than that, the rest is land fill.
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Dive Equipment / Re: Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Kiknads on December 11, 2012, 11:04:09 PM »
It does look pretty bad, I know the dive locker here in manitoba is debating getting rid of the same level of dive gear.  My wife is trying to get them just to destroy it instead of try to sell it
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Dive Equipment / Re: Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Pacific State 808 on December 11, 2012, 03:40:05 AM »
It is gov't issue in the first place, (= lowest bid supplier), and it has been used and abused by anyone who can fit into it.  :float:



You're right there BJ, this kit needs condemning not selling...lol...this would be an ideal Christmas present if your wanting a divorce from your wife !!

(Right, how do I bid !!  :laughing7:)

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Dive Equipment / Re: Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Bigjohn on December 10, 2012, 01:41:40 PM »
It is gov't issue in the first place, (= lowest bid supplier), and it has been used and abused by anyone who can fit into it.  :float:

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Dive Equipment / Re: Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Pacific State 808 on December 10, 2012, 12:44:26 PM »
I have thrown better dive equipment than this in the rubbish bin... :grin:
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Dive Equipment / Gov't Surplus stuff for sale.
« Last post by Bigjohn on December 10, 2012, 12:08:58 PM »
https://www.gcsurplus.ca/mn-eng.cfm?snc=wfsav&sc=enc-bid&scn=116590&lcn=261399&lct=L&srchtype=&lci=&str=1&ltnf=1&frmsr=1&sf=ferm-clos

* = Mandatory field 
Scuba Diving Equipment * Bid$   (Minimum Amount: 100.00) 
By clicking on "Enter Bid" I agree to the Terms and Conditions for this Sale.
     Social Sites      Information 
Item:  Scuba Diving Equipment 
Closing Date:  17-December-2012 @ 9:33 a.m. EASTERN TIME 
Remaining:  6 days  21 hours  29 minutes 
Quantity:  1 (lot(s)) 
Description:  Assorted Scuba Diving Equipment

Includes
Wet suits
Fins
Diving vest
Air Tank
Regulator
Quantities as shown in photos
Condition: Unknown
Viewing is recommended
Scuba Diving Equipment


 
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Help Section - how do I? / service disruption today
« Last post by Bebbie on November 30, 2012, 11:17:12 AM »
Good to know.  Hope others see this notification.
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Help Section - how do I? / service disruption today
« Last post by JohnnyCastaway on November 30, 2012, 11:00:19 AM »
Hi all
there will be about a 2-3 hour service disruption today starting at about 1:00-1:30  pm for a move of servers to our data center.  all should be completed by about 3:30-4:00 pm if all goes well. 

thanx
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New Member Welcome Area / Welcome to Paradise errante
« Last post by admin on November 19, 2012, 06:23:10 PM »
 :welcome2: errante
Glad you can join us!

Once you make one post more options on the board will open up for you, and the more posts you make the more options you have.
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Cuba / Aid to Santiago de Cuba
« Last post by rumrunner on November 16, 2012, 06:12:20 PM »
Hello Folks;
 Wish to advise that , at long last, we are planning to load this year's first container for Cuba on  Saturday NOVEMBER 24th at the usual location, (686681 HIGHWAY # 2 Princeton Ontario ). We'll hope to start  8.30 to 9.00 AM and have the customary  lunch and social hour  afterwards.This first container will go directly to Santiago to assist the  thousands of victims of Huricane Sandy which hit the  city and immediate area directly late last month. According to the latest report that we have heard, in excess of 15300 houses were completely destroyed in Santiago, as well as thousands more in the path of this hurricane which wreaked havoc from Chivirico to the west, to well east of Santiago city , and  a large swath  of  territory all the way to Banes, Guardalavaca and rafael freire on the north shore of Cuba. The needs are great and we will try to do our part. Until the last few days we had been unable to get  a response to our offer of help, due to the lack of communication in that part of the island.
 We also hope to fill another container of emergency and  badly needed materials for the people and health care facilities of the stricken area, (Chivirico,  Palma Soriano, Contramaestre)  before the end of December, as well as a container of humanitarian aid to the poor areas of the province of Mayabeque, in Cuba on December 15th, if all goes well.
 For the December 29th (tentative date) container, we need all types of household items, such as  pots, pans, dishes,  towels, bedding,tools and more. So if you can help, we welcome the assistance. Meanwhile we are buying  personal  care and hygiene products, tarps and whatever else  that can help alleviate the misery of some of these tens of thousands of poor victims who have lost what little they had, and are now desperate.
So, as stated previously, we need manpower on November 24th, December 15th, and December 29th,to load containers, and some time in between to pick up and organize materials.
 We hope that you will  respond as generously as most of you have done in the past with your time, dedication,  enthusiasm and materials.
 If you have any questions, please  call or email:  Marion, John, Rick ( Rumrunner),or Joe Ohara.
 Hoping to hear from you soon,
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