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jkdrum
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jkdrum   10/7/2011 6:46:23 PM
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A dash of this and a bit of that. Take it up a notch, plug it in to 24O and *BAM*!

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jkdrum   10/7/2011 6:44:49 PM
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So what if it runs hot? George Foremann just loves it!

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jkdrum   10/7/2011 6:30:18 PM
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I said we need 'super cooling' NOT 'soup cooking'!!!

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fmike   10/7/2011 1:54:32 PM
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Sure, you've designed your analyzer well, but can it pass the Tasty Soup Immunity Test?

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BrainiacV   10/7/2011 1:25:41 PM
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It was said this particular processor ran so hot you could fry an egg on it and some wag said, "What about making soup?"

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BrainiacV   10/7/2011 1:23:15 PM
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In yet another misguided management mandated training class, the engineers were forced to attend a class on how to build a homebrew system.

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seaEE   10/6/2011 4:30:31 AM
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His boss said he was a seasoned engineer...and so were his designs.

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old account Frank Eory   10/5/2011 8:04:31 PM
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By re-marketing our new analyzer as a microwave oven, we were able to keep our Energy Star rating and roll out our new "Go Green" ad campaign.

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pad7w6   10/5/2011 7:27:19 PM
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The new engineer must take his electronics reference books of CMOS Cookbook and Op Amp Cookbook quite literally.

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Bob985   10/5/2011 5:57:43 PM
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We just add a few chip capacitors, and voila! the noise immunity increases, the circuit becomes stable and no more thermal runaway.

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