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Brian Fuller2
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re: New Engineering Investigations: Win a Tektronix scope!
Brian Fuller2   4/8/2011 6:06:06 PM
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David, don't give up hope, my friend. We'll keep you guys busy and there's always a chance to win. Cheers, Brian

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re: New Engineering Investigations: Win a Tektronix scope!
David Ashton   4/8/2011 5:08:48 AM
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Yep, there were other prizes too....I also won the stuff you named in the "Things that go bump" Contest. But Karen started Engineering Investigations with a big prize of a Scope, which unfortunately I DIDN'T win... :-((

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KE8FP   4/7/2011 8:24:59 PM
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Karen did give out some other prizes. Remember the "Things that go Bump" edition? A hat, a TI watch, and a check. So maybe you were right to start with Bryan.

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re: New Engineering Investigations: Win a Tektronix scope!
Brian Fuller2   4/5/2011 7:12:17 PM
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Ah, one of the perils of the EE Life handoff! Thanks for the correction, David!

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re: New Engineering Investigations: Win a Tektronix scope!
David Ashton   4/5/2011 9:19:56 AM
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"You'll recall the inaugural edition of Engineering Investigations had scores of cool tales in which we awarded small, individual prizes. " Wrong, Brian, when Karen started it there was a prize of a scope, which I didn't win (Rats!!). And she's got most of my good investigations stories out of me already, not sure if I can come up with any more for this one :-((



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