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  1. davenn

    Mongrel Shark

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    I am working on a theory that surplus electronics exists in a sudo gaseous state.

    As they always seem to expand to fill any space. Every time I get more storage it fills up and my desk remains in this state. Clearly this means that electronics exist in both solid and gaseous states at the same time.

    [​IMG]

    Clearly I need a wife to fix this. But I can't get a wife while my living room looks like this. Need wife to get wife. Catch 22.
     

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    yeah, my workshop isn't much better, tho it primarily confined to one small room
    well ok .... and the garage is chokka, cant get a car into it


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    I would have included photos of the shed. But something fell down and now the door is jammed.
    I'd chainsaw my way in. Except the chainsaws are all in the shed...
     
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    Do you have a drill or even a spanner to remove a sheet of iron?
     
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    Its a blockwork garage. With 2 stories of flats on top. I can drill some rivets out of the door if I must. Being the bodycorps mr fix it has its advantages.
    I'd rather build a swarm of robotic roaches to clean up the mess though. That would be more fun.
     
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  7. davenn

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    I have read the last few posts to my wife. She says "You can hire me out".

    Be afraid. Be very afraid. Things will be so tidy it will take weeks to get your stuff "organized" again.

    If you're interested, you must provide lots of labels as well as ice cream and handbags.
     
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    Primitive.
    Still has a human interface.
    IT guy at my work says our computers would work just fine, if people like me would just stopping using (he calls it, 'abusing') them.
     
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    Operators manual . . . .DEFINITELY . . . .needed here . . . .
    Wonder if he has fresh gas ? . . . .
     
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    The carburetor is probably gummed up due to ethanol gas. He should clean the breather filter too.
     
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    must be a dud sparkplug, not even hearing compression on the thing
     
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    Indirectly JAPAN: Obsolete form of CHINA

    Mod:fixing quote
     
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    China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan, ... present-day source of electronic components.
    Coming full-circle in the 'circle-of-life'?
     
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    https://www.electronicspoint.com/threads/comedy-thread.262194/page-5#post-1720063


    On the . . . . . mod: fixing quote . . . . . . I can not find where our, revered right honorable and esteemed . . .Steve . . had ever made any comments on this current thread.

    [Mod: see post number 3 in this thread]

    As per my long time en situ experience in the evolution of all of those component sources.
    In the 1940 s I initially saw Japanese components, some German and Italian resistors and capacitors.
    The Taiwanese parts then made the scene, to be followed by the Koreans, but the Koreans were heavier on an end manufactured electronics whole poduct.
    And lastly, the current Chinese mainland component and product influx.

    73s de Edd
     
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    Meanwhile in Australia ......

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    davenn Moderator

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    long time since any comedy posts in here here's a few to brighten your day :)

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