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The engineer's view
rick merritt   11/8/2013 7:15:58 PM
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You gotta love a guy who disassembles his own gloucose meter ;-)

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_hm   11/9/2013 8:00:38 PM
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Yes, and add soldering station and tool box. You need to have home which has bedroom with small attached library/workshop room. This is very essential as we may like to work at odd hours as late as 2am or as early as 4am. You start at 4am and standup from your chair at 1pm. So much of engrossing work.

 

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