woowoo2

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About woowoo2

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    Broadcast Engineer

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    Just North Of Louisville / South of you

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  1. Lead and Brass..... ( I am serious )
  2. Think outside the box.
  3. Did he not change the R.O.E.? Take the gloves off so to speak?
  4. All those chemicals mentioned will run off into your local watershed and make the fish grow a third eye. Throw down some seed, and rake in some cow poop.
  5. Good to know. I will probably let my SBE membership lapse, too busy for the meetings nowadays. And for the record, I had no worries about the wizz quiz.
  6. My last interview consisted of working on a transmitter for eight hours so the boss would see what I knew. If I wore a suit, I would have been laughed at, and the suit would have been trashed. Six months after my hire date, I found out that he never read my resume.
  7. Because if things go wrong, and you need to miss a few payments, then you don't want them to know where your savings are.
  8. Changing careers this late in life? Are your knees can handle the physical work?
  9. Don't borrow from the same place that you save......
  10. Actually, I could not care less about what someone else posts. But, If that person disrupts the community, and drives away members, then it's Tim's problem.
  11. For several years I was the Administrator of a forum much like this one. I've seen it before. We all have our demons, some cant help letting it out. It's actually sort of sad.
  12. Good advice. Stop responding. Stop quoting them. Basically ignore their posts. My opinion is that anyone who constantly wants to stir the pot, has some sort of mental issue and should seek professional help. Especially if they have been doing it for years. It's not normal behavior.
  13. From the web.... While most LED bulbs are now dimmable, not all of them are and not all of them dim in the same manner Since LEDs consume such a low wattage, many types of dimmers do not function with LED in the same way that they do with high wattage load incandescents. When dimming an LED you may notice the following: Smaller amount of dimming rage (Typically 70-90% range vs. 100% with incandescent) LED Bulbs may not shut off at lowest dim setting: this is caused by the dimmer thinking the bulb is completely off due to the low amount of wattage an LED consumes. It is suggested that you test your current dimmers to see if they work with the LED bulbs you have purchased, chances are they will likely work fine. However, if you experience any of the above issues with your current dimming control, we suggest the Lutron CL series of dimmers. These dimmers were the first to be designed with LED light bulbs in mind and offer a trim adjustment switch that will allow for full and accurate control of dimming range.