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zeeglen
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zeeglen   11/29/2011 2:38:01 AM
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Good ones!

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Robotics Developer   11/29/2011 2:21:10 AM
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I spy a bread board on the left of the illustration and some pots on the right. Can't tell if they are variable pots or watt? The filter is a fine pass and the dip (ladle) is being inserted while liberally sprinkling smd capacitors. Looks like a very strange home brew experiment if I do say so..

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EREBUS0   11/24/2011 11:47:30 PM
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To Pun or not to Pun is not the question. The issue remains is the Pun Fun or should you just Run. Sorry I could not restrain myself.

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Sheetal.Pandey   11/21/2011 11:47:58 AM
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too much german influence :-)

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Matthew.Isaacs   11/18/2011 7:40:14 PM
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I wonder if "El Presidente"'s username is based this episode of Gilligan's Island: From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Gilligan's_Island_episodes Season 2, Episode 3 "The Little Dictator" First aired September 30, 1965 When El Presidente Pancho Hernando Gonzales Enrico Rodriguez of Eucuarico is exiled on the island, he foments a revolution and convinces Gilligan to become his puppet leader. This episode is in effect a satire of the military politics of many Latin American countries during the 1960s.

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Naomi Price   11/17/2011 2:52:26 PM
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Ahhh -- a Bowditch curve -- cute, very cute. And if you search Lissajous on Wikipedia, it has a link to spirograph, which provided many happy hours of entertainment when I was a kid. I think I feel an article coming on...

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htk_#1   11/16/2011 5:51:39 PM
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Lissajous

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