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Mark Harris

NZ$10 wok antenna... suitable for TV stations.

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My first home-brew microwave antenna (back in the stone age 1970's) used a big metal salad bowl for the reflector. Worked fine. :)

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It just goes to prove that microwaves don't know the difference between an expensive expert made and tested aerial and a wok :lol::lol::lol:

Terry

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Hi all my first post.

In a nut shell this sums up a typical kiwi can do attitude, three tools you'll ever need..

A HAMMER

If it moves and it shouldn't hit it.

WD40

If it doesn't move and it should flood it.

NUMBER 8 (fenceing)

To many uses to list.

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I know the owner of the station, Mr. Jones, very well.

In fact, :

"Mr. Jones and me look into the future

yeah we stare at the beautiful women

"She's looking at you.

Uh, I don't think so. She's looking at me."

Standing in the spotlight

I bought myself a gray guitar

When everybody loves me, I will never be lonely".

This is what Vegemite will do to you people! :D

(Photo courtesy Vegemite® corporation)

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