Joined: 7 May 12
are you sure that the raccoons are not living in the seti severs or wire tunnels?
Funny you should say that, in about 1970 I was working at a GM plant and a raccoon got into one transformer and chewed on the wires putting 4000 of us out of work for a day. The raccoon on inspection was hairless but believe it or not was still alive (well up to that point). That thing took 2500 volts. :O
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Joined: 16 Mar 07
Raccons i don´t know, but i see a lot of hamsters in this days, i see...
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