REPOST: Fox 40 Pearl Emergency Whistle - Karl Fuderer
- Gday Roger,
Fox 40 Whistle in test folder awaiting edit or approval. I do know
how to provide you with a direct hyperlink, but am able to from the
computer I am using. Look in Test folder --> Owner Reviews.
Ready to go,
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Roger Caffin"
>because many of them are quite redundant or even wrong.
> EDIT: Fox 40 Pearl Emergency Whistle - Karl Fuderer
> Hi Karl
> Getting there: just a few little things left.
> In general you should try to reduce the number of commas you use
> This theme is a bit of an on-going saga inside BGT :-)pictures, and let me know when it is there. I would
> Could you put the html version in the Test/OR folder please, with
> definitely appreciate your giving the URL for it if you know how.that it
> Roger Caffin
> BGT Editor
> Weight: 85 kg (187 lbs)
> EDIT: We both must have missed this one. No 's' on 'lb', anywhere.
> > RRP: AU$ (US$2.99 from Amazon.com 19 June 06)
> EDIT: as directed by Andrew, this should simply read 'n/a'
> > regarding my own well being, However I am supremely confident
> EDIT: period needed, not comma.entertainment event.
> Comment: yes, your explanation of why you are confident is good.
> > so an ambulance could pass through the crowd of a loud
> Edit: I suggest 'at a large ... event' would be much betterthan 'of ...'
> > I believe the whistle is an essential emergency tool to my
> Edit: fine tuning: 'in my backpacking gear ..' would read muchbetter.
> > to upgrade to a lexan resin polycarbonate material instead of
> EDIT: first of all, Lexan is a trade mark, so must have acapital 'L'.
> Second, I am not sure you really need all of the phrase 'lexanresin polycarbonate'. 'Lexan' by itself would suffice, or
> just 'polycarbonate' by itself. The word 'resin' is not normallyused here. It is usually used for the fluid precursor
> used to make polycarbonate.in.
> > Artificial plastic mould
> EDIT: should be 'moulding'. The mould is what the whistle was made