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Old 06-27-2006, 10:43 AM   #1
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Honda TPS Sensors - $15/ea

I have 5 Honda TPS sensors that I'm selling for $15/ea plus shipping. These will fit any Honda made between 1988 and 2000. Will fit D-seriers, K-series, or B-series engines.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=250002405567

These usually sell out really quickly, so get them while you can.
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Do you have some kind of mood-mouse???
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Do you have some kind of mood-mouse???
uhm... huh?
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uhm... huh?
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Ah, that's my logitech ifeel mouseman.

They made then in the early 2000s and stopped making them soon after. They were novel for like 3 seconds because they would actually vibrate based on certain settings. You could set it up to "click" every time you went over a URL link, or it would "click" every time you got shot playing games like CounterStrike, Unreal Tournament, etc.

Now I just use it because I've been using this style of mouse (mouseman) for 6 years now.
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Ahhh ok. Thats pretty cool that it "clicks". I just got 2 Microsoft "Explorer 2.0" mouses from Staples, they had some mistake in their price book and they were ringing up for $4.50. They retail for like $35-40. =) I haven't tried one yet, but its wireless and optical... not too bad.
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Ahhh ok. Thats pretty cool that it "clicks". I just got 2 Microsoft "Explorer 2.0" mouses from Staples, they had some mistake in their price book and they were ringing up for $4.50. They retail for like $35-40. =) I haven't tried one yet, but its wireless and optical... not too bad.
It no longer clicks. I found it annoying and Logitech quit supporting this mouse after no one wanted it because a vibrating mouse is pretty stupid.
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It no longer clicks. I found it annoying and Logitech quit supporting this mouse after no one wanted it because a vibrating mouse is pretty stupid.
Ahh, so you took 'er out back and shot 'er like:

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