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Poor Henry
kpferg   9/5/2013 8:01:27 PM
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"Yes Henry, I do think that is the sawtooth waveform we were looking for but you're going to have to attach the probes yourself."

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September Caption
NoNIckName_#2   9/5/2013 7:49:43 PM
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So I exceeded my power budget; you don't have to snap my head off!

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cudknees   9/5/2013 7:48:38 PM
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"Guys! Bring an oscilloscope and some Mountain Dew..no time to explain!"

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NoNIckName_#2   9/5/2013 7:27:17 PM
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This RIF is gonna hurt!

lightmanca
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Jump The Shark!
lightmanca   9/5/2013 6:50:41 PM
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Edgar finally figured out how to use Arduino to Jump The Shark!

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David Ashton   9/5/2013 6:29:14 PM
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"Don't worry, it's only Max and his Air Swimmer!"    

See:

http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=69&doc_id=1285641

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Caption entry - September
deadgekko   9/5/2013 5:47:13 PM
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meh..  No lasers, we're good.

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September Caption Contest
engunneer   9/5/2013 5:09:33 PM
Would you mind running that above 800 Hz? I can hear that from miles away!

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engunneer   9/5/2013 5:05:17 PM
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I thought you said "Where's the Shark?", not "WireShark"

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Who's there?
mftkoehler   9/5/2013 4:54:00 PM
LAN shark!

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