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Just dropped in to mention that I am still working on my latest project..... Answered

Here is a partial schematic....

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caitlinsdad

8 years ago

You might want to add a Shottky diode to your two-handed throwie.

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Goodhartcaitlinsdad

Reply 8 years ago

It is more like a "oops I dropped it on the floor and broke it" thingie....

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KryptoniteGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Not a throwie then? Damn. May I suggest some sugru some where in that circuit? Might help...

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GoodhartKryptonite

Reply 8 years ago

Have to build it before I can hack it.....

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kelseymhKryptonite

Reply 8 years ago

Is that part of the Geek Twelve-Step Program? "Hi, I'm Mike, and I build particle accelerator components out of Lego..."

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Kryptonitekelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

Twelve? Christ, mine usually ends at 4 or 5 after something breaks or I hurt myself!

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Goodhartkelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

Particle accelerator / worm hole generator; call it what you like >:-)

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Kryptonite

8 years ago

Bracing for nerd snipe!

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KryptoniteGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Oh, haven't you seen the alt-text for that image?

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GoodhartKryptonite

Reply 8 years ago

Thanks for pointing that out (I've seen it now though), but I still prefer geek ;-)

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KryptoniteGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Fair enough. The alt-text, or the title text, is always amusing.

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killerjackalope

8 years ago

LOL, I looked across the top line and just knew... You working on something then or just messing with those that don't read XKCD?

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Goodhartkillerjackalope

Reply 8 years ago

Oh I have been working on something minor, that I dropped and broke and have to reconstruct again....for the past month now.....I need to get it finished and sent.....when that last part comes....

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killerjackalopeGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Hmm, I managed to wreck a project in the works the other day, got a major and a minor, not to mention whatever I make along the way...

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Goodhartkillerjackalope

Reply 8 years ago

Well, this was due to be sent off on the 28th of last month.....I am STILL waiting on the part grrrr.

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Goodhartkillerjackalope

Reply 8 years ago

I meant that I was supposed to have the project done by the 28th, I broke it, and sent for a part......and when I get it, will fix what I've broken, and send it off (and post an ible too).

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GoodhartGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

It didn't come today either ! I am so furious......for a buck or two more I could have overnighted it UPS......grrrr.

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caitlinsdadkillerjackalope

Reply 8 years ago

Umm, I guess I'll take that as a compliment if you were amusing yourself.

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kelseymhkillerjackalope

Reply 8 years ago

That's too bad! You have to buy your antibiotics on the street, then?

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GoodhartTool Using Animal

Reply 8 years ago

yeah, but they are watered down.....dosed for the smaller body weight and all....

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GoodhartLithium Rain

Reply 8 years ago

As long as I have been on the internet (since the time of long distance calls to Builiten Boards, with accoustic modems), I only learned of it through you all....

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killerjackalopeGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

They're the young Internet... I came across it relatively recently in my Internet

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trike road poet

8 years ago

-On that 'Glue Open' switch, is that hot glue, super glue, or wallpaper paste? . . . -If I don't have an electric eel, can I substitute either a taser with a voltage multiplier stage added, or the output of my little hamster's wheel turning a DC motor as a generator? . . . -Lastly, on the three liters, is that beer, wine, or moonshine? Must be clear on this point!!!

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Goodharttrike road poet

Reply 8 years ago

The open glue switch is for turning on your gluons (or off), an extra bat with aluminum foil hat will work instead of the eel, and the three liters is any kind of juice you'd like it to be. :-)

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trike road poetGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Check on the gluon flow, I happen to have a bat with an aluminum hat in the hall closet so I'm good there, and now I know I can use the 3 liters of chilled Guiness. . . . Good to go, (by the way, are the people in the waiting pew supposed be smoking(?), and I don't mean cigarettes!)

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Goodharttrike road poet

Reply 8 years ago

No, those people in the pew should NOT have that smoke coming out of their ears......I will investigate...

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trike road poetGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Thanks, I spent the money for the liability insurance on beer and more parts.

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Goodharttrike road poet

Reply 8 years ago

I am not much on beer, although a good strong Stout is enjoyable from time to time.

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trike road poetGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

Ok, we'll drink stout and watch those folks smoke a while. Heck, we can even place a few small wagers which one goes up in flames first.

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Goodharttrike road poet

Reply 8 years ago

The problem is finding something that still is "stout". The imported Guiness isn't the "stout" it once was. I think they have "Americanized it" to sell more. Blah. We have an Irish Red lager that beats that with taste.

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trike road poetGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

I LOVE Killian's Red, could drink that anytime, lot of taste and great with a steak!

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trike road poetkelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

Still has a lot of flavor and still good with a steak, and as I grew up on Coors, what's not to like???

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kelseymhtrike road poet

Reply 8 years ago

:-D Fair enough, though I tend like my Irish beers to come from, hmmmm, Ireland?