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Ruffler & Walker Fill Em Up - How It Works!

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Hi Guys,

As I was bored the other day, I spent the afternoon filming how this wonderful machine works. A quick explanation, although the microphone on my laptop was not too good. Hope you enjoy!

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Well Mx2 that is superb.

Professionally thought through and presented, and not once did you resort to "thingummy" or "wotsit"

I can't believe you filmed it all in one go, so I must also compliment you on the editing.

Now that you've successfully done that one, why not take it easy and tackle a much less complex subject like ......
"Why women do what they do."

Although it would be a lot less interesting, it would however be an international service to mankind. If you can get to grips with a Fill Em Up explaining women should be a doddle. !WORSHIPFULL!
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Genius bit of engineering. Amazing how well they have lasted considering the abuse they must have taken over the years as well.

Excellent bit of film making ...should be shown in all high school Tech lessons too! **xXx**
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Terrific markymark, well done there mate.
Can't wait for your next installment.
andy.

BP, I think the definitive doco on wimmin has already been made and was titled
'Life in Cold Blood' by Sir David Attenborough !!ESCAPE!!
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I think that was brilliant, just brilliant. You've obviously missed you're true vocation in life.
I sat and watched it quite entralled, brilliant. !THUMBS!
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Markymark that was just fantastic and tremendously well presented - brilliant !!THUMBSX2!!
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Thanks for your comments.

My next project is the workings of the Mills HorseHead Bonus mechanism, how it manages to pop the letters up in sequence, and know which ones are already displayed!!!!

Some might say my videos help educate the younger generation on the absence of electronics... others just say I'm sad, and need to get out more!! :HaHa:
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If you do your Horse's Head, I'll promise to restore my Hi-Top Bonus which I know is temperamental in that function.

By Sunday please.

Thank you
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