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 Author: StormChaser View Messages Posted By StormChaser
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 08:12
 Subject: Inventory Change Request for Set 1635-1
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Please make changes to the following inventory:
 
Set No: 1635  Name: Fire Dispatch
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1635-1 (Inv) Fire Dispatch
17 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1991
Sets: Duplo: Duplo, Town: Fire

* Delete 1 Part 4199 Blue Duplo, Brick 2 x 8
* Add 1 Part 2300 Blue Duplo, Brick 2 x 6
* Change {1 to 2} Part Blue 3437 Duplo, Brick 2 x 2

Comments from Submitter:
On fire stations and long-lasting light bulbs, Wikipedia says the following:

The world's longest lasting light bulb is the Centennial Light located at 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California. It is maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. The fire department claims that the bulb is at least 116 years old (installed 1901) and has only been turned off a handful of times. The bulb has been noted by The Guinness Book of World Records, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, and General Electric as being the world's longest-lasting light bulb.

Wikipedia says of the fourth-longest light bulb:

The fourth longest-lasting light bulb is located in a fire house in Mangum, Oklahoma. The bulb is not attached to any special electrical supply, and when the power goes off, so does the bulb. The firefighters in Mangum are willing to show people the bulb as long as they're not busy with something else.
 Author: StormChaser View Messages Posted By StormChaser
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 08:14
 Subject: Re: Inventory Change Request for Set 1635-1
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In Inventories Requests, StormChaser writes:
  Light bulbs really have nothing to do with LEGO parts.

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 Author: SezaR View Messages Posted By SezaR
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 08:32
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Did you copy-paste the wikipedia page on fire stations and long-lasting light
bulbs for future reference for this Duplo set?!

In Inventories Requests, StormChaser writes:
  Please make changes to the following inventory:
 
Set No: 1635  Name: Fire Dispatch
* 
1635-1 (Inv) Fire Dispatch
17 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1991
Sets: Duplo: Duplo, Town: Fire

* Delete 1 Part 4199 Blue Duplo, Brick 2 x 8
* Add 1 Part 2300 Blue Duplo, Brick 2 x 6
* Change {1 to 2} Part Blue 3437 Duplo, Brick 2 x 2

Comments from Submitter:
On fire stations and long-lasting light bulbs, Wikipedia says the following:

The world's longest lasting light bulb is the Centennial Light located at 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California. It is maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. The fire department claims that the bulb is at least 116 years old (installed 1901) and has only been turned off a handful of times. The bulb has been noted by The Guinness Book of World Records, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, and General Electric as being the world's longest-lasting light bulb.

Wikipedia says of the fourth-longest light bulb:

The fourth longest-lasting light bulb is located in a fire house in Mangum, Oklahoma. The bulb is not attached to any special electrical supply, and when the power goes off, so does the bulb. The firefighters in Mangum are willing to show people the bulb as long as they're not busy with something else.
 Author: StormChaser View Messages Posted By StormChaser
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 08:35
 Subject: Re: Inventory Change Request for Set 1635-1
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In Inventories Requests, SezaR writes:
  Did you copy-paste the wikipedia page on fire stations and long-lasting light
bulbs for future reference for this Duplo set?!

I did. I was bored and the picture of the parts list explained everything.
Therefore, I added some interesting content for people who want more from their
inventory requests.
 Author: SezaR View Messages Posted By SezaR
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That explains why all my images/evidences don't help and why my inventory
requests get refused. I have to come up with some more interesting contect below
my inventory requests!

In Inventories Requests, StormChaser writes:
  In Inventories Requests, SezaR writes:
  Did you copy-paste the wikipedia page on fire stations and long-lasting light
bulbs for future reference for this Duplo set?!

I did. I was bored and the picture of the parts list explained everything.
Therefore, I added some interesting content for people who want more from their
inventory requests.
 Author: StormChaser View Messages Posted By StormChaser
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 15:07
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In Inventories Requests, SezaR writes:
  That explains why all my images/evidences don't help and why my inventory
requests get refused.

That is not an accurate representation of reality. You have submitted 28 inventory
change requests. Of those, 19 were approved and 9 were not.

More than two thirds of your change requests were approved, which is pretty decent
considering that every single one of your requests was for a set older than 30
years.

Please gaze upon the image I've attached and see if it will cheer you up.
 
 Author: SezaR View Messages Posted By SezaR
 Posted: Feb 5, 2018 15:16
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That cheered me up.
And I thought you would easily understand my sense of humor.

For 753 and 754, you needed to wait more. You disaproved them too quick. It is
easy to come with a good evidence for these sets, and I will.

What about the photo I attach?

In Inventories Requests, StormChaser writes:
  In Inventories Requests, SezaR writes:
  That explains why all my images/evidences don't help and why my inventory
requests get refused.

That is not an accurate representation of reality. You have submitted 28 inventory
change requests. Of those, 19 were approved and 9 were not.

More than two thirds of your change requests were approved, which is pretty decent
considering that every single one of your requests was for a set older than 30
years.

Please gaze upon the image I've attached and see if it will cheer you up.