Message from discussion Discrete TRIAC Suggestion?
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From: Jim Thompson <To-Email-Use-The-Envelope-I...@On-My-Web-Site.com>
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On Tue, 02 Oct 2012 13:08:57 -0700, John Larkin
>On Tue, 02 Oct 2012 12:28:37 -0700, Jim Thompson
>>On Tue, 02 Oct 2012 12:20:21 -0700, John Larkin
>>>What is this thing you have for pimps?
Everything you post here is really pimping yourself.
>>You finally named yourself correctly ;-)
>> ...Jim Thompson
>Ordinarily, I'd have some sympathy for a senile old geezer,
Hardly senile. I'm still designing custom microchips. Can you do
>polio-ridden, with stents in his arteries and artificial joints,
That's quite crude, but that's what we all have come to expect from
In the early summer of 1947, I had scarlet fever, hard measles and
pneumonia all in one pop.
The doctor's opine that the scarlet fever is what damaged my heart,
nearly closing one vessel with scar tissue. So I have ONE stent
fixing that damage. My heart is otherwise like that of a 40-year-old.
I passed a severe stress test last year and was declared in great
shape... though I'm carrying some excess wine-induced weight :-) My
blood pressure is on the low side of normal, often like 110/66...
In my weakened condition, in the late summer of 1947 I contracted
polio. Since, even at that age, I was a mean little cuss, my
condition was noted immediately, and I was bed-ridden for several
months. I am not "polio-ridden", have no paralysis, but do have
damaged joints, for which I have ONE hip-joint replacement. I am not
physically impaired... ask Martin Riddle, or Spehro Pefhany or
Winfield Hill... they've all met me, shared a drink, or two, or...
>can't remember much physics or electromagnetics,
I can remember which books to look into. For circuit designs I rarely
need such information. At the same time I AM master at circuit
modeling magnetic effects... ask the AIMS Methodology Architects at
>out of ideas,
Hardly. I thrive on new approaches to designing circuit functions.
>in a hideous house in a bleak hell-hole in the middle of nowhere.
Pretty crude to criticize my house which is several multiples of the
size of yours and abuts a mountain preserve occupied by interesting
wildlife. Of course the style is modern... something you don't seem
able to cope with. (Plus I don't like cold weather... that's why I
picked Arizona right out of MIT.)
>for lots of sensible reasons, I don't.
Yes, I know, you like to live close to your queers, and pay
Californica taxes ;-)
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