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A Final Word From Supa Boondee PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jeff Wagg   

Alas, when I wrote to Supa Boondee (creator of the killer wave ghost repeller), they replied. Here it is:

thank you for your reply,
unfortunately our Boondee Laboratory has decided to terminate trisaksri ghost repellent out of product ranges. Now no more .. just history.

sorry,
Lalita

So, I guess they've gone back to their original plan of discontinuing their product. Alas, and we were so close to learning the truth about ghosts. And devils.

I guess it's back to the RF meter and digital thermometer for me...

 

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WELL?
written by BatBoy, March 23, 2009
Was it something you said?
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Damn
written by mjdodd@onetel.com, March 23, 2009
I was going to ask for a UK franchise!
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Well done, Jeff.
written by Metatron, March 23, 2009
Another one bites the dust. Truth and justice prevails.

Well done.
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written by MadScientist, March 23, 2009
Bye Bye Boondee ... we love you no time.
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written by Kajabla61, March 23, 2009
If only it was that easy every time.

Being the skeptics that we are maybe we should check the web site again over the next few weeks just to be sure the ad remains a ghost...
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New cryptic clue
written by BillyJoe, March 23, 2009
gosh to think Jeff could mess them up like that
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Now it's an ant repeller.
written by Morten V. Christiansen, March 24, 2009
http://www.boondee.net/ants-repeller/index.html

Wave disperse through antenna plate
to break the connection of communication
between the molecule of sweet smelling,
food, oily foods and among ants.

At least the ghost repeller sort of worked smilies/smiley.gif
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written by Careyp74, March 24, 2009
That ant repeller must work, look at all the information about ants on the webpage. It even has diagrams of ant parts. These guys know their stuff!
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New Announcement
written by BatBoy, March 24, 2009
Have you seen this new announcement on their web site concerning the ghost repeller.

"We are sorry we have removed Trisaksri Ghost Repeller out of our product ranges. But for those who's interesting for education, experiment or science research. We have considered to sell Boondee license; the schematic electronic circuit, components and step by step how to make. Price at US$ 1900.- "

Sign me up, a bargain at $1900, I can make as many as I want of course it would be for education experiment or science research. I would never sell such a fine scientific instrument to the public. That would be unscrupulous.
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written by pxatkins, March 24, 2009
Why pay $1,900 when you can get rosary beads for a buck?
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written by TDjazz, March 25, 2009
Aw, gee, back to my ghost-detecting divining rod.
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Electronic ants repeller
written by gr8white, March 25, 2009
I just might order the Electronic Ants Repeller. I've had quite the problem with electronic ants around here lately.
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written by Steel Rat, April 12, 2009
Supa Boondee, all your base are belong to us.
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