Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2011 16:51:52

Author: Thomas J. Bauer

Subject: Re: Top 10 List

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Hi Adam,

When I lived in Utah 30 years ago, a popular T-shirt was
"Welcome to Utah
You just stepped back 50 years" ;-)

A couple more I miss are:

"Should we use one-cyle or two-cyle log- log paper?"

"Where is the graph paper?"

All my Best,

Tom

tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu writes:
>I love this list! I hope somebody posts the collective when we are
>done. I can seriously relate to this list, and keep reading to find out
>why.
>
>Should I be worried that several of the proposed questions have been
>asked of me? Here are ones that really have been asked of me recently:
>
>Do you have a meter stick I can use as as pointer in class?
>Where are the spare bulbs for the slide projector?
>Where is that large projection screen (for the galvanometers)?
>Can I show the film strip on (fill in the blank)? (super 8mm and 16mm
>film loops included)
>Has anyone ever told you how much we appreciate all you do?
>When I reverse the leads on the meter so that the needle deflects to the
>right, what is the polarity?
>Can you bring the TV cart to my class today?
>Can you refill the (manometer and/or Ampere frame) with some more mercury?
>
>I assume that many questions like this are asked of others as well;
>otherwise, I am indeed worried.
>
>Adam Beehler
>



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Hi Adam,

When I lived in Utah 30 years ago, a popu=
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"Welcome to Utah
You just stepped back 50 years" ;-)<=
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A couple more I miss are:

"Should we use one-cyle or two-cyle =
log- log paper?"

"Where is the graph paper?"

All my Best,

Tom

tap-l=40lists.ncsu.edu writes:
I love this list=21 I hope somebody posts the collective whe=
n we are
done. I can seriously relate to this list, and keep reading =
to find out
why.

Should I be worried that several of the proposed questions have be=
en
asked of me? Here are ones that really have been asked of me=
recently:

Do you have a meter stick I can use as as pointer in class?=

Where are the spare bulbs for the slide projector?
Where is that large projection screen (for the galvanometers)?
Can I show the film strip on (fill in the blank)? (super 8mm=
and 16mm
film loops included)
Has anyone ever told you how much we appreciate all you do?=

When I reverse the leads on the meter so that the needle deflects =
to the
right, what is the polarity?
Can you bring the TV cart to my class today?
Can you refill the (manometer and/or Ampere frame) with some more =
mercury?

I assume that many questions like this are asked of others as well=
;
otherwise, I am indeed worried.

Adam Beehler






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