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Candidates, alternative party spokespeople, authors: want to be on IPR blogtalkradio?

It’s been quite a while since we’ve done an episode of IPR Blog Talk Radio. I’m interested in giving it another go. If you are an independent or alt party candidate, alternative party spokesperson, or author covering our subject matter, and would like to set up a time to talk on our internet radio show, give me a call at 415-690-6352.


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  1. paulie paulie August 29, 2010

    I’m sure I have it somewhere, but not handy.

  2. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 29, 2010

    Sign me up. I’ve got something to say.

  3. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 29, 2010

    By the way, I got the Sunforce portable solar panel yesterday from
    It is only 13 watts. But not bad for what it was intended. Camping using small items like radio, small tv, computer, flourescent lights.
    But maybe adaptable for my use. but the charge controller seems to be working TOO good. I have a charged battery which I used to pump up my tires with a minicompressor. So it could probably use a jolt. But when I hooked up the portable, no spark. The LED blue blinking light on. Set to 12v, not 24v. The red charging LED off meaning according to the manual the battery pack is fully charged. It came that way. The green working LED was on.
    I’m thinking it is set to charge only if the battery is pretty low. Which sort of defeats the idea of a battery bank. I need it to charge all its capacity all the time.
    I will a little tink.
    Maybe splice it into the other charge controller thus bypassing the battery pack?

  4. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes August 29, 2010

    It also has a usb port. I think that is for things like cellphones. It has a cigarette lighter port for small inverter. Also another for 12v output. It has a 12v input port in addition to the 12/24v solar panel input port. Fairly versatile.

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