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"It's not fair!" said Tom darkly

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re: "It's not fair!" said Tom darkly
DCH0   4/3/2012 10:43:32 PM
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Without a doubt, the most tasteless and inappropriate posting of puns ever to disgrace EE Times.

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re: "It's not fair!" said Tom darkly
Max The Magnificent   4/3/2012 2:18:03 PM
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OK, I have to admit that brought a big grin :-)

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seaEE   4/3/2012 4:00:24 AM
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Q: What do you call a 1 bit microprocessor running at -40 C? A: Cold Cereal Q: What do you call the same processor runing at 1Ghz? A: Zoom Q: What do you call a resistor in random vibration testing? A: Quaker Ohms Q: What do you call a circuit that shorts out due to tin whiskers? A: ROHS Krispies Hmmm...thyme for a snack!

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Max The Magnificent   4/2/2012 8:09:41 PM
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Arrggghhh! If only you could hear me groan :-)

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ChrisJ555   4/2/2012 8:07:53 PM
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Saw this one this morning (maybe it fits better with one of your earlier posts): Why can't Beethoven find his teacher? .... Because his teacher is Haydn!

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