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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Phil Allison, Aug 10, 2008.

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  1. Tim Williams

    Tim Williams Guest

    Um, because that's what I was replying to?!

    He said:


    Lay off the bong and you'll be able to catch things like these yourself.

  2. krw

    krw Guest

    You're just *beginning* to wonder?
  3. terryc

    terryc Guest

    I've recently read it.
    Now, the question in my mind is whether someone has redone their
    simulations and models to account for global dimming? That to me changes
    the whole ballgame on climate predictions
  4. Guest

    Foucaults pendulum

    was first demonstrated in 1851, and provided the first local evidence
    that the earth rotated. These days there is a lot more evidence
    around, if you happen to know where to look for it.

    Graham doesn't and is that sense really isn't sufficiently
    indoctrinated. Your question betrays a similar kind of ignorance.
  5. Guest

    Since you snipped the substance of my argument, you'd be the
    distastefully evasive ingredient in the mix.
  6. Guest

    The knobs weren't as robust as they might have been - I had to replace
    one of them once.
  7. Guest

    Whereas Graham-I-know-more-about-climatology-than-the-IPCC has
    perfectly rational atitude?
  8. Guest

    So I suddenly turned into a psychotic bastard when I turned 60? And
    only with potential employers?
    There are more pausible hypotheses.
  9. Guest

    Obviously a very demanding and sophisticated customer.
  10. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    SEE A DOCTOR ! Take a psychoanalytical test etc.

  11. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    They are. They just won Music Pub Of the Year award. AND are lined up for another
    award later this year.

    I will be shortly installing a further upgrade still ( 3 way active DSP FOH speaker

    You won't find those in many pubs nor these ...... The pic on top is ours

    Nor to mention a dedicated 32A feed to the amp rack on a CEE-form connector.

  12. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    You're not wrong. The pre-production prototype worked just fine for that year before
    they got a production model. Nary a problem. I only just recently discovered they
    still have it actually and the boss said "we're not letting that one go" because it
    was at that point that the the venue became 'professional'.

  13. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    To call Sloman reasonable would be like considering Margaret Thatcher to have an
    enlightened and forward-thinking mind.

  14. Guest

    Normally I'd hesitate to take medical advice from someone who hasn't
    had medical training, but since Graham is so practiced in finding out
    about stuff in areas where he hasn't had the benefit of formal
    education, his advice is this area has to be just as reliable as his
    opinions about anthropogenic global warming.

    I am seeing a doctor this evening, but he's a world class cancer
    specialist rather than a psychiatrist.
  15. Guest

    None that Jim can think of; but then he really isn't too reliable on
    subjects outside electronics, poor dear.
  16. Guest

    There are others. The idea that pschotic behaviour could be suppressed
    by social constraintsis somewhat unconventional

    and could really only be entertained by someone who was himself
    somewhat out of touch with reality.

    And the the timing doesn't work. I was "financially secure" before I
    turned fifty.
  17. Guest

    Margaret Thatcher did have an enlightened and forward-thinking mind -
    it was enlightened by a remarkably silly form of Chicago School
    economics, so she directed a lot of thoroughly misguided effort into
    schemes that she thought would make Britain more prosperous.

    Eeyore ought to understand this, since his ideas about anthropogenic
    global warming have a similar disconnecdtion with reality.
  18. Guest

    One of the well known problems of selling measuring instruments to the
    brewing industry is that the people who use them tend to have a
    relatively high blood alcohol level. They aren't always the most
    discriminating of customers, and the gear they use has to have good
    operator-error detection and thoroughly transparent error-recovery
  19. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Denial of the problem is the first sign ..... etc.

    PLEASE see one Bill.

  20. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    HAHA !

    I DO understand it. Which is why I quoted it.

    The only one round here disconnected from reality is YOU. And I suspect it's a mild form
    of mental illness, possibly depression related.

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