On Thu, 19 Jul 2007 01:51:11 GMT, I said, "Pick a card, any card"
If flexibility is not an issue, use wire made for wire-wrapping.
In addition to the wire itself, which has a very small diameter, you
will need a cutting and stripping tool.
For flexible wire, do a Google search for AWG28 insulated wire. Any
even number from 28 to 40 should yield results for you.
eg. AWG30, AWG32 and so on.
The higher the number, the smaller the wire diameter. If you want
stranded wire for flexibility, make sure to use the term stranded in
your search bar.
My comment was to suggest a readily available source of very fine wire,
as was requested, and further to say that I had no way of translating
the actual dimensions of said wire into US terminology because said US
terminology has no apparent or obvious direct correlation with metric
That was intended to be helpful, as are most of my postings on this ng.
Your comments, on the other hand, are never helpful but seem to entirely
consist of sniping, carping and plain offensiveness.
On Fri, 20 Jul 2007 09:15:20 +1200, I said, "Pick a card, any card"
Greg, my comments were spot on. Your diversion to bombing and
critical comments about AWG wire sizes being "Yank" sizes were so
off topic as to be laughable. However, in the spirit of things, I
made a few Kiwi jokes in response rather than flame you to a cinder,
which you richly deserve. You, on the other hand, continue to spew
nonsense about wire sizes being American.
So, tell me. What wire size scheme does New Zealand use? Even
Australia, metric for a long time, still uses AWG standards. In
other words, Greg, you're blowing smoke yet again. New Zealand still
uses AWG just like the rest of the world.
On Fri, 20 Jul 2007 11:03:54 +1200, I said, "Pick a card, any card"
Greg, Greg, Greg . . .
The US, Australia and the rest of the world are NOT at war with
Iraq. That was is over. Has been for quite a while now. If you're
too pig ignorant to see that, you simply prove your own
There's a civil war going on in Iraq. That's fairly common after
wars of occupation like WWII. Do you think Germany simply stopped
being Nazi controlled and immediately accepted a democratic system?
So why do you keep slaughtering innocent Iraqis and occupying their
Hmmm, occupied countries in WWII ...
Poland, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Norway ...
I seem to have overlooked those civil wars!
Nazi Germany invaded and occupied numerous countries, was itself invaded
and occupied from 1945-1950/1.
Again I seem to have missed the civil war! Where is the parallel Iraqi
occupation of other countries in 2003?
I can agree that Saddam needed to be removed, but perhaps you shouldn't
have helped put him there in the first place? I agree he shouldn't have
been allowed WMDs to slaughter his civilians but why did you provide him
with them? Perhaps you should have withdrawn your military advisors
after he did that?
So why did you only invade and remove him _after_ it was obvious that
the WMDs were life expired?
So anyway, why are you still slaughtering Iraqis?
On Fri, 20 Jul 2007 11:49:09 +1200, I said, "Pick a card, any card"
No, Greg. What I am stating is that there are as many Kiwis
slaughtering Iraqis as there are Australians or Americans doing it.
In case you haven't noticed this minor detail, Greg, Iraqis,
Jordanians, Syrians and Iranians are doing most of the slaughtering
under the guise of an insurgency.
At the moment, there are no declared wars against the country known
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