"canukThanks djohns.... check ( we say cheque )is in the mail.
I thought those brain cells were dead but once I accessed them it was hard to shut them down."
Must have just thawed out, huh.
Be sure you live your life, because you are a long time dead.-Scottish Proverb
My badIs that pronounced checkKay, checkWee, checkQue, or checkEe?
For clarification : spelled cheque pronounced the same as check ... it's the French influence up here ... eh!
Darn brain cells.
Geeze I hope djohns doesn't want payement by Visa can't afford 78% interest.
Is that the same as freeze brain ??Must have just thawed out, huh.
I learned something today!
canuk is a techy! I have had the same discussion around here with electricians, and a lot do not even know what Ohm's law is, let alone how it applys and when. Speakers, network connections, video equipment and other such stuff operates with AC and not DC. Ohm's law works for DC circuits, AC circuits have a DC component, but the impedance, inductance, capacitance and other parameters are covered by a whole series of other equations. Using an ohm meter to check connections for speakers, network cables or video equipment only tells you that at least one strand of wire is making a connection, but the circuit may not work or may only work for low frequencies and fail at higher ones. I've seen too many electricians install CAT-5 cable by splicing it together and using wire nuts for the splices and saying they did a good job by using a light to show connections. Just my 2 cents worth! OBTW, I'm not insulting electricians, just pointing out a difference in the training and fields.
meinsc .... is that a compliment or not ?
"" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "