Subject: Re: Need help from a Canadian, for a circuit design
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 19:41:15 +0800
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"Bob Wilson" wrote in message
> In article ,
> firstname.lastname@example.org says...
> >Ok I need someone's help designing a circuit for a industrial situation.
> >have to pay for it myself, can make it myself, but cannot design it.
> >The only reason that I would prefer a Canadian, is that if I have to pay
> >it, that's the only way I can afford it. The Canadian dollar is worth
> >the same as toilet paper, compared to its American counterpart.
> >I've gotten a quote from a company in India, and its off the scale as far
> >price. It will not be used to make a profit, just to make my co-workers
> >lives easier. If it ends up working well, in the future it may have a
> >limited potential for sale within my small industry. I would sign a
> >agreement with the designer of the circuit to share any profits that may
> >come along in the future.
> >Its supposedly not a difficult circuit to design, according to the
> >in India.
> >Anyone know of a Electronics engineer that would like to make a bit of
> >up front, for a circuit design?.
> >Let me know.
> Hey! As a loyal and taxpaying Canadian (and I MEAN "taxpaying" with a
> capitol "T"!!!), I object to your statement that the Canadian dollar is
> worth the same as toilet. In fact, it is worth far more than that! It is
> worth at least 2 (maybe even 3) rolls of toilet paper, not just one! Just
> happy that all that tax money is going to a good cause, such as the
> Government's recent decision to spend $15 million on a study to determine
> the causes of obesity.
Bob is that 2 or 3 rolls of the nasty shiny stuff (like grease paper) or is
it the nice soft easy on the butt type? I guess either way it will need to
be cheap if the Canadian Government decides Olestra is the solution to