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    that helps a bit but.. IM STILL CONFUSED!!! and wiggo thanks for being so helpful almost anywhere else and I would be banned b/c "you ask to many questions"
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    Hey I don't mind questions (so long as they ain't stupid ones) and I'll use that part sometime soon anyway.

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    i mean, can you explain what plugs into waht?
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    Just take note that there is a male end and a female end. Think of anatomy and the rest of the story should fall into place. From there, just hook up one end to a power supply and you're finished.
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    i see that but then there is the big molex...that is what is throwing me
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    your asking a 14 year old about the *birds and the bees* thats smart
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    :D :laugh: :laugh: :D ,

    I thought the title of this thread was daisy wheel!!!!!! Now, that would be something to talk about...:eek: :D :p ;) :thumb:

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    whats a daisy wheel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t00lb0x
    your asking a 14 year old about the *birds and the bees* thats smart
    As I think back to when I was that age, I can remember knowing quite a lot about this particular topic. Perhaps you're a bit slow? :shrug:
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    I think that they are slow these days as I was well versed and practised before high school in that subject. HS was real fun but then that just may have had something to do with the 70's. :lips:

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    Tooly Toolerman,

    Let Good Ol' Hawks help ya out here, all the while keeping it PG...:flames: A daisy wheel would be when, lets say four girls laying of their sides, sorta in a circle, all the while "enjoying eachother", if you know what I mean.:eek: :D :p :devil:

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