[time-nuts] HP 5371/2 error
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Mon Mar 22 04:17:56 UTC 2010
Bruce Griffiths wrote:
> Magnus Danielson wrote:
>> Mark Sims wrote:
>>> Nope, Magnus was right... this is Time Nuts... it does indeed
>>> make Julian fries.
>>> You can use the hot wire stripper to peel the spud, the Microchine
>>> dremel tool (with instant stop probe brake) to cut the fries, the
>>> vacuum pick to move 'em around, slather them with paste from the
>>> paste dispenser, cook 'em with three channels of thermal feedback
>>> soldering tools or hot air or the 70+amp pulse power channel, you
>>> can plate 'em with the swab plater, suck their eyes out with the
>>> vacuum pump. And if you can find one, dip 'em in the prep-set
>>> mini-solder pot. Yumm...
>>> For what was intended
>> You are making me hungry... in the most disgusting way...
>> So where do I sign up for one? ;)
>> Oh, I do like my Pommes Belgique with mayonnaise... and a good
>> (presumably Belgium) beer, like it is supposed to be. :) Actually, it
>> is high time I had some again.
> A culinary reason for using lead free solder.
> Unless of course one wants to emulate the Romans.
As I recall it, the reason for lead limits on drinking water was kept
high was the use of lead pipes in the UK. It is still an issue:
The occasional lab-festivities would not have the same long-exposure effect.
But do wash the hands after soldering. :)
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