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Two ESCs, one 'Max'

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Jack Ganssle
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re: Two ESCs, one 'Max'
Jack Ganssle   3/8/2010 1:24:58 PM
I hope Max enjoys his travels! Be sure to be careful in India. The food is wonderful... but at one ESC-India a number of us got really (and I mean REALLY) sick. Bring Cipro. Bangalore lacks much in terms of sightseeing sights. But it's a fascinating place. The engineers are really engaged with their profession. Jack

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