Re: CBM edge connectors pitch?

From: Marko Mäkelä <>
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2016 14:22:47 +0300
Message-ID: <20161014112247.jvfp6wopf5hkhoh4@x220>
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 11:28:12AM +0100, smf wrote:
>On 14/10/2016 11:16, wrote:
>>Given the rational alternative of a slimy crook, the irrational choice 
>>seems so much more appealing. Vote for Trump, Americans.
>>There you go too :-P
>From the outside, it appears that the slimy crook is Trump (*). He's 
>just got the same reality distortion field as Steve Jobs had.

Isn't any seasoned politician essentially a liar? Telling what they 
think the audience wants to hear, instead of telling what they think, 
and so on. Some only are better (or more consistent) at it than others.  
At a suitably high level of abstraction, both alternatives are slimy 
crooks. :)

>Which is fine, as long as the reality distortion works on everyone.  
>But it doesn't even work on all the US population, it works less on 
>people outside the US.

This reminds me of the saying that is sometimes attributed to Abraham 
Lincoln but apparently has European origins, saying that you can fool 
some for all the time, all for some time, but not all for all the time:

That said, back on topic: I wonder if it actually is 1.559" = 39.5986mm 


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