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posted in April 2011

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Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/28/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/26/2011
Comment: re: Does your job suck? - 4/23/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/23/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/23/2011
Comment: re: Does your job suck? - 4/23/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/22/2011
Comment: re: Does your job suck? - 4/22/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/22/2011
Comment: re: I have radioactive balls! - 4/22/2011
Comment: re: Does your job suck? - 4/21/2011
Sorry, I can only do one thing at a time
Engineering Investigations  
4/14/2011   15 comments
Obscure islands, a bottle of Calvados, a protocol analyzer and a problem
Using a Tektronix 834 to fix a balky printer
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4/13/2011   4 comments
How to fix a remote British Airways printer, while wrestling with oddball IBM bit protocols in a far-away land
Comment: re: Random acts of generosity - 4/5/2011


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