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re: A serious case of component overload
old account Frank Eory   8/11/2010 12:00:11 AM
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Thanks for this hilarious story! It not only illustrates the frustration of many big company bureaucratic ways, but also what can happen when non-technical employees acquire just enough technical knowledge to be dangerous. I hope you invited the purchasing agent down to the dock to show him what a couple megohms looks like when you create it out of 1 ohm resistors!

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