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'[OT] fried 16F88?'
2005\08\18@174724 by Jinx

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Jan-Erik, what's happened to your line formatting lately ? Some
of it is quite disjointed. Have you got <haiku> or <beatnik poem>
switched on ? ;-))))

<fade> (gentle strum of shamiken and bongo roll) </fade>

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2005\08\18@180918 by John Nall

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Jinx wrote:

>Jan-Erik, what's happened to your line formatting lately ? Some
>of it is quite disjointed. Have you got <haiku> or <beatnik poem>
>switched on ? ;-))))
>
><fade> (gentle strum of shamiken and bongo roll) </fade>
>
>  
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>>So you
>>can't have to many uF's on the
>>breadboard.
>>    
>>
The Kiwi sense of humour is better than I ever would have thought!


2005\08\18@204948 by Jinx

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> The Kiwi sense of humour is better than I ever would have thought!

Haha, I'm English (basically) and nuts and don't you forget it ;-)

PS I meant shamisen. "shamiken", according to Google, is an author

"According to Eric von Shamiken the ancient Incas left cryptic writings..."

I thought at it first it was a simple mis-spelling of Daniken, but
now think "sham" might indicate a personal belief of that page's
writer


2005\08\18@212401 by John Nall

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Jinx wrote:

>> Haha, I'm English (basically) and nuts and don't you forget it ;-)
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Yeah.  Well, to find a good sense of humour in an Englishman is even
more surprising than finding it in a Kiwi! :-)  (No offense meant, and
hope none is taken).

>> PS I meant shamisen. "shamiken", according to Google, is an author
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I ignored the misspelling since the meaning was evident.  And it is only
the Western rendering of an oriental pronounciation in any event.  And
anyway, ganji ears never get it correct -- too many nuances.

Perhaps James And His Cohorts (sounds like a rock band) might think
seriously about requiring that all questions and responses henceforth be
in the haiku format.  Might cut down on the signal-to-noise ratio.  Example:

I have a question
I think my chip may have died
tell me what is wrong

RESPONSE:

Perhaps you plugged it
so that the north became south
that could do the trick.

2005\08\18@234113 by Jinx

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> seriously about requiring that all questions and responses henceforth be
> in the haiku format

Dark misery be
My datasheet hides the truth
Light my way, stranger

Not as good as Jan-Erik's. His stuff is deep man

2005\08\19@111856 by Howard Winter

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On Thu, 18 Aug 2005 21:23:31 -0400, John Nall wrote:

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2005\08\19@112257 by Howard Winter

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Oops - 'scuse the no-reply reply.  Butterfingers...

On Thu, 18 Aug 2005 21:23:31 -0400, John Nall wrote:

> Jinx wrote:
>
> >> Haha, I'm English (basically) and nuts and don't you forget it ;-)
> >  
> >
> Yeah.  Well, to find a good sense of humour in an Englishman is even
> more surprising than finding it in a Kiwi! :-)  (No offense meant, and
> hope none is taken).

You've never met one, then?

>...<
> Perhaps James And His Cohorts (sounds like a rock band) might think
> seriously about requiring that all questions and responses henceforth be
> in the haiku format.

The trouble with that is:

Writing a question
in seventeen syllables
is very diffic...

Cheers,





Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2005\08\19@121533 by John Nall

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Howard Winter wrote:

>> You've never met one, then?
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I have.  Quite a  few.  It was just a very clumsy attempt at saying
something clever, and failed miserably.  Only saved from total disaster
by not-too-bad haiku.  Jinx could justifiably have flamed me for the
statement but instead got revenge by doing an even better haiku.  :-)

>The trouble with that is:
>
>Writing a question
>in seventeen syllables
>is very diffic...
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Nah.  Just takes a bit of practice.  /Writing a question/in seventeen
syllables/is quite difficult/  :-)

John

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