Looking for piece of undersea cable

C. A. Fillekes cfillekes at gmail.com
Mon Dec 15 12:36:14 UTC 2014

No, silly!  These are the wrecked ones, those great balls of twisted-up
frayed cable that wash up on the beach.  Not a live wire!  They're kind of
haunting and atmospheric -- but should be able to get a good slice out of
them somewhere.

On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 5:17 AM, Jeroen Wunnink | Hibernia Networks <
jeroen.wunnink at hibernianetworks.com> wrote:
> And rubber gloves if you don't want to die, there's a few thousand volts
> of DC current on these things ;-)
> On 14/12/14 14:55, C. A. Fillekes wrote:
>> Bring a hacksaw
> --
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