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State of the Art Communication Switch Gear
Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A200
1s f/4.5 at 19.9mm iso100
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I am sure that these nudnicks brought that thing from some WWII German bunker, LOL
Hello O Communicative One. What looks like a simple 1950's switchboard is really something something quite lethal, in disguise. It is no accident that a sensitive radioactivity (Geiger) detector sits atop this piece of Thermo Nuclear weaponry. Take one of those red cable wires with jack and stick it into a secret hole and blast off ... its a trip to 1666 for all of us. But don't fret.... there was never ever really anything to worry about here. These nudnicks who were in charge of keeping this ultra hi-tech machinery running smoothly were self appointed government bureaucrats who could not find a simple key hole, let alone finding any "secret hole." The most lethal thing these nudnicks could ever do was fart. Oy. Michael.
Call me, call me. This one does just that.
An early effort by Cisco, no doubt.