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    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

    to all our fellow DIYers'

    May Santa bring you all the goodies you have asked for and your sacks get emptied at the end of a long hard day.

    Looking forward to a bright New Year.

    emu

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    Funny thing is when I was a kid I thought Santa and his Elves were at the north pole.
    Now it seems like Santa lives in Australia and good DIY'ers get stockings filled with LEDs on Christmas morning.............
    Peace and Joy to you in 2011..

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    Ho, Ho, Ho

    Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good light!



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    Bah Humbug.
    My new leds arnt on santas sleigh .

    Seasons greetings to all tinkerers

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    You all have been a light unto my path. It is the season to share with friends and family and addiction support groups! God rest ye, merry gentlemen, women too, (but not too long, I need my new Lights DIY postings).

    A little something I did in Excel:

    Last edited by BrianMc; 12-24-2010 at 12:19 PM.

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    Merry Christmas to all


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    Merry Christmas to all of you and let the light shine on you!

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    Hey Bravellir ... didn't know you were from Blackpool!

    Merry Christmas All.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutie-mtb
    Bah Humbug.
    My new leds arnt on santas sleigh .

    Seasons greetings to all tinkerers
    My new XPG-R5's arrived last week from Led-Tech (thanks guys) but the optics, switches and other goodies have not come from Farnell so looks like I can't do much more than polish aluminium over the hols.

    Wishing you all seasons greetings and hope a bright (min 500 lumen) light shines on you all!

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    hope you all are enjoying the holiday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobblehat
    Hey Bravellir ... didn't know you were from Blackpool!

    Merry Christmas All.
    no, why do you ask?

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    Your post reminded me of the Las Vegas of the North-West (England)

    Blackpool



    Merry Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobblehat
    Las Vegas of the North-West (England)
    hehe didn't know that

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    Happy Holidays everyone!
    i`m bored to tears being stuck in, i`m off for a ride tomorrow.. anywhere!!
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    ...Scun.thorpe, UK

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    BrianMC, Your Excel artwork is impressive. Happy New Year to all.

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    Thanks. Happy New Year.

    Here, I am the one responsible for tasteless over the top light displays:

    <embed src="http://img249.imageshack.us/flvplayer.swf?f=Pcap0001" width="320" height="260" allowFullScreen="true" wmode="transparent" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"/>

    An excess of lights & reflective surfaces aren't just for New Years! Still invisible to some, though.

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    Santa was a couple of days late but a replacement LED on 10 mm, and an XM-L on 20 mm star came in from Cutter. Happy Holidays, Indeed!

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