From: mauler@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Scientology questions
Message-ID: <1991Aug1.123720.32500@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu>
Date: 1 Aug 91 12:37:20 CDT
References: <1991Jul24.021125.714438@locus.com>  <rdippold.680944143@cancun>
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In article <rdippold.680944143@cancun>, rdippold@cancun.qualcomm.com (Ron Dippold) writes: > mauler@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu writes: > >>In article <17250@life.ai.mit.edu>, whatis@wookumz.gnu.ai.mit.edu (....What Is?....) writes: >>> I wouldn't want to build my own E-Meter! If one faulty component >>> caused an erratic swing of the needle, which indicates an area of >>> flat-out insanity, I would be chasing this thread to no avail and >>> eventually upset my preclear. Thank you very much, but I'd rather buy > >>With decent STEREOS with CD PLAYERS going for $500 with free parts and labor >>for a year, I still don't see where Scientologists can get off on this idea >>that an ohmmeter has to cost 10x original costs or else it isn't good! >>An expensive machine does not a quality machine make! > > Those blue LEDs are damned expensive. I seem to recall about $10-$20 a pop. > However, I imagine anyone buying them in quantities gets a good discount, > and they make it look really neat.

$1.99 for twenty white LEDs at Radio Shack; you either run the light through a blue filter or dye em yourself.

I still think I could make up a competing E-meter business...

> -- > Standard disclaimer applies, you legalistic hacks. | Ron Dippold


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