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Re: KXTA824 x 2
On Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 8:57:27 PM UTC-4, chas...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 9:39:28 PM UTC-4, Bob La Londe wrote:
> > I've got a couple KXTA824 Panasonic KSUs if any of you guys still have=
> > any use for a great old analog key system. One was new/old stock as a=
> > backup for my customers I bought from another dealer to have as a spare=
> > (no box), and the other was from my wife's office. It was fully=20
> > functional when I took it down, and has some expansion cards.
> > Both of them have sat on the floor for years in the communications=20
> > closet in my office. I was going to install one at one point as a demo=
> > unit to integrate with access control, door stations, and more, but=20
> > never got around to it before I got out of contracting.
> > Pay shipping and make it worth my time to put them in a box (or two) an=
> > they are yours along with any phones I find on the shelf in the=20
> > warehouse. No promises about phones. I threw away thousands of dollar=
> > in new and refurbed phones when I closed the cotnracting business in=20
> > favor of full time mach9ining.
> > ....
> > I just took a quick look on the shelf and found a 7030, a 7750, 3 7731B=
> > and a Panasonic proprietary cordless that I am sure needs new batteries=
> > along with a 3 line call ID board. 4 phones and the card look like the=
> > boxes have never been opened. One looks like it was never assembled,=
> > but the box is all tore up. Another has a tore up box, but is probably=
> > new also. I didn't see any of the used phones I took out of my wife's=
> > office. I may have thrown them all away years ago or they might be on=
> > the very top shelf (12' up). Probably gone. I do not think the 7030=
> > works with the 824. Only with the older 616. Meh! Its been a few=20
> > years since I worked on any phone systems.
> > Don't jerk me around or waste my time. If you want them or think you=
> > might want them get them NOW. If not they will go in the dumpster on a=
> > random day in the next couple weeks. Probably first thing in the=20
> > morning right before the trash truck picks up.
> > I don't really care about them, but I could use more space in the shop=
> > and I am getting rid of stuff again.
> > Same goes for a Freedom64 panel (new), P1664 (new, but I stole the=20
> > keypad out of the box), and 6 used P800/801 panels that were pulled=20
> > working from a small chain of gas stations when they changed owners (al=
> > working some years ago). I think they were all 801, but there might=20
> > have been an 800 in there. Want them make me an offer that includes=
> > shipping and my time to pack and ship them. Don't hold out as "Bob wil=
> > have them when I need them," because I will not. If nobody wants them=
> > enough to get them NOW they will go in the dumpster with the phone=20
> > systems.
> > The asshole who says, "Well, just give them to me for free if you are=
> > going to throw them away anyway," YOU CAN'T FUCKING HAVE THEM. I've=20
> > already wasted more of my time posting this message than it would have=
> > taken me to just walk it all out to the dumpster.
> > P.S. I could use a couple Napco RP1CAe2 keypads or the fancier one=20
> > that's the same, but has the fold down door. I've got a couple of the=
> > limited LCD keypads mounted in the shop and they drive me bonkers when =
> > am trying to figure out which door I left open, and I would like to add=
> > one in my office so I can see which door is open when the chime is=20
> > triggered. Of course I usually notice somebody coming up to the door o=
> > pulling up in the driveway on the video monitors above my computer=20
> > monitors, but not always. Good used is just fine.
> > I may have some other keypads as well if I haven't thrown them away.=20
> > Yet. Mostly likely some FBII stuff as I still had some in service.
> In the deepest parts of the Amazonian jungle a very old man was sitting =
on a log outside the entrance to his grass hut, surrounded by several child=
ren, none of whom were in school because of the special holiday. He was exp=
laining to the eager listeners his memory of why this particular day was ce=
lebrated every year, and why it was important not to repeat mistakes of the=
> =E2=80=9CMany years ago our tribe was warring with a neighboring tribe. =
One day our King heard that the enemy tribe was going to attack us in the d=
arkness of night. So it would not get stolen, our King gathered several of =
his strongest warriors to lift and conceal his golden throne above the raft=
ers of his hut. The enemy tribe did not attack that night, but unfortunatel=
y the throne fell through the rafters onto the sleeping King and killed him=
> =E2=80=9CAnd that is why we celebrate this day, my children, to remind a=
ll of us that:
> =E2=80=9C.senorht wots t=E2=80=99ndluohs sesuoh ssarg ni evil ohw elpoe=
A woman has twins, and gives them up for adoption. One of
them goes to a family in Egypt and is named Amal. The other
goes to a family in Spain; they name him Juan. Years later, Juan sends a p=
icture of himself to his mom. Upon receiving the picture, she tells
her husband that she wishes she also had a picture of Amal.
Her husband responds... "but they're twins; once you've seen
Juan, you've seen Amal."
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