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    I've been gathering up all my Defcon stuff from over the last 8 years, scanning up alot of it to put online. I've come to find that Im missing a few items.
    The booklet schedule from Defcon 13
    The sticker from Defcon 11.
    The CD from Defcon 9.

    Was there a CD for Defcon 9?
    Was there a booklet for DC13? I remember it was available in ical that year.
    Was the sticker for DC11 a duplicate to another year?
    Last edited by [Syntax]; August 3, 2008, 18:29.

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    Re: Looking for Defcon items

    I have the booklet for DC13 around here somewhere!

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    • #3
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      I asked a bunch of other people, and had like 3 people say "I have it somewhere" but no one has described it or actually produced one yet. Its left me wondering what happened to mine.

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      • #4
        Re: Looking for Defcon items

        I have the Defcon13 Book in my hand right now!

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          Re: Looking for Defcon items

          Originally posted by hevnsnt View Post
          I have the Defcon13 Book in my hand right now!
          not sure what is up with my scanner, but here is a pic -- sorry took it in a hurry
          http://picasaweb.google.com/hevnsnt/...06850080763970

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          • #6
            Re: Looking for Defcon items

            How I attended the con and never received that book is beyond me, possibly were out when I registered and then never went back to get one.

            Anyone out there have an extra DC13 Book? I'll trade something for it. This years or last years Toxic BBQ Shirt? 6 pack of beer? Name your poison.

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            • #7
              Re: Looking for Defcon items

              I may have that book, I'll check tonight and get back to you.
              Disclaimer: Any errors in spelling, tact, or fact are, indeed, transmission errors.

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