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    Default Rubye Pearl...

    Lost the love of my life Wednesday @ 3:40 am.
    Not sure life will be the same.

    Just give a toast to Rubye Pearl!
    My 90 year old Grandmother.

    I want someone to have this, just lift your glass to Rubye, and you are in.
    Please pick a number between 1 and 125 and I will get another member to draw.
    It is really a killer digital cable.

    Almost 3 foot long, Neotech 6N pure solid core silver/teflon, fully shielded (braided copper), and hand made.
    This is not a pre-made digital cable, it is my design, and handmade.
    Cardas SLVR on both ends, I know it sounds like it might be bright, it is not.
    Smooth as silk & detailed, very accurate.
    I think you will like it!

    Must be a member here, open to everyone, I pay shipping, regardless of location.
    This is my personal cable, and I can assure you, it would have to be really good to stay around here long.

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    Sorry to hear about your loss Pep.

    Count me in with 38. This is an awesome karma, Thanks!

    Cheers granma.

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    Long day, good excuse to raise one up! In with 66

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    That's tough pep. Sorry for your loss. Sounds like she had a great impact on your life.

    Happen to have a drink going now, so a toast it shall be.

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    I'll toast and offer my condolences to you and your loved ones. Although I've never met you, you seem like good people, and she seems to have been an influence on you.

    I'll pass on the Karma, sure others will appreciate it more than I would.

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    A toast to Rubye Pearl.

    Condolences to you and all of your family on the loss.

    In with 4.
    Things work out best for those who make the best of the way things work out.-John Wooden

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpf65 View Post
    I'll toast and offer my condolences to you and your loved ones. Although I've never met you, you seem like good people, and she seems to have been an influence on you.

    I'll pass on the Karma, sure others will appreciate it more than I would.
    I think you should reconsider my friend, this one is pretty special in the SQ department.
    Thanks for the thoughts, I appreciate it.
    Last edited by pepster; 08-01-2013 at 07:33 PM.

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    Hey Paul,I'm sorry you lost your grandmother.
    Not in but a toast for grandmas.
    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldfatdogs View Post
    Hey Paul,I'm sorry you lost your grandmother.
    Not in but a toast for grandmas.
    Dan
    Thanks Dan, much appreciated.

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    Sorry for your loss, I miss both of mine.

    In at 63.

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    pepster, I am very sorry for your loss.

    I offer a toast and prayers to your grandmother.

    Remember, her physical self may be gone but she will always live within you.

    In at 78.

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    Sorry to hear that, Pep. I'm cracking a cold one as I type in memory of your Grandmother.

    I'll try with 23.

    Jay

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    Sorry for your loss! She sounds like she was a wonderful lady. I'm going to fill and raise my glass now!

    In at # 115.

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    See the silver dot on the left Cardas?
    Last edited by pepster; 08-01-2013 at 09:14 PM.

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    Not in, but condolences, pepster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    Not in, but condolences, pepster.
    Thanks Mike, hardest goodbye I have ever had to say.
    Worse than saying goodbye to my own parents.
    She was the Monarch, over all others, for my entire life.
    I miss her.

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    Very very sorry for your loss of your Grandmother pepster. Will definately raise my glass to her a little later tonight sir. Thoughts and prayers sent to you.

    Not in as I'm sure other can use a this cable more than I.
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    Prayers to you, your grandmother and the rest of your family. And a tip of the glass to Rubye Pearl!
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    My condolences Pepster, she sounds like an Awsome Grandmother...
    Tip a glass to Rubye Pearl..cheers
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    Last edited by Jhayman; 08-01-2013 at 11:06 PM.

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    Thanks Jamie, much appreciated!
    Last edited by pepster; 08-01-2013 at 11:59 PM.

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    Very sorry to hear of your loss. But she will be there every time you remember her. Others can use the digital cable more than I at this point, so not in the karma, but I know from talking to you that this cable is the shiz, and this is one heck of a gesture on your part. A tip o' the glass to Rubye Pearl, and to you also.

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    sorry for your loss....my grandmother passed away last year so I visited her one last time in CA....not in
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    My condolences for your loss.

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    Rubye is fortunate to have a grandson that will miss her and honors her. Not in, but will raise a wine glass tonight hoping she approves of the vintage.

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    Sorry for your loss . in at 16

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    Grandmas are very hard to say good bye to . . .
    Sorry for your loss, Pep
    Not in, but I'll toast her

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    Rubye has left the building.
    Not sure I like the new "Life Celebration" part of funerals nowadays.

    That was the hardest part, was the pictures displayed from the projector.
    I was in alot of them.

    I have never stopped laughing when she had just got back from Hawaii.
    She was giving away a bunch of "Tourist" keychains she evidently bought at the Airport before she flew back.

    They had a big rainbow MJane leaf on them.
    She didn't know, so I took her aside and asked here how many she had bought, IIRC, I think she said 20.

    She only gave her family members 5, and have a sneaky suspicion she may have gave some away at church.

    Thanks for the "Cheers to Rubye".
    She hated to be called "Pearl" and thats the only reason we all called her that.
    Last edited by pepster; 08-03-2013 at 05:48 PM.

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    Ah The innocence of not knowing what you have and being able to laugh at it, Awesome
    At least Rubye did not get banned from Church?

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    I'll have another member draw 2 numbers tomorrow evening.

    Have both Karma' in the mail on Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhayman View Post
    Ah The innocence of not knowing what you have and being able to laugh at it, Awesome
    At least Rubye did not get banned from Church?
    Pretty sure you can't get banned from church.

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