On Sat, 11 Jun 2016 17:27:33 -0700, Alexander Galaxy
Yeah but he insists he owns a quarter of his block! But as you know,
the property records say he owns nothing.... on which he says he's
going to put up a shop.
"Im going to put up a 30x50 steel
building on the empty lot to the left of the house."
Hey Wieber! How's that building coming along? LOL
Who do you think you're fooling? You never owned that lot, or even the
lot your double wide sits on. And there was never any chance you were
going to be able to buy it or any new building, as proven by your
record of never being able to pay the property tax on your trailer.
It has little to do with age. You CAN'T move. For starters, you
probably couldn't fill your gas tank once, let alone multiple times.
Doesn't take a full tank to make it to the first pile of scrap and
then to the recycler. But that wouldn't work going cross country.
Then why do you call it "terrorism," say you're having me killed for
it, and claim it's "A great set up for court!!"
You're getting back what you handed out. Glad you like it.
You have a strange definition of "nicely." You are broke and have no
hope. Apparently you get some pleasure out of all the lying. I enjoy
your lying too. Keep it up! Please don't get a job because then you
wouldn't have time for Usenet.
So the CA economy has been bad for decades? http://tinyurl.com/d7hkkp
http://tinyurl.com/l68gh3 Obviously you were doing poorly in good time
and bad. Nobody forced you to keep making the same mistakes for
decades. Those mistakes include spending so much time on Usenet
writing stupid excuses.
It's YOUR idea. Your story is that you're broke now because the
economy is bad. But you've always been broke regardless of the ups and
downs of the economy. You are busted by your lien records, which
became public because you keep saying you're adding names to a death
You don't have any choice. Nobody in their right mind would give you
any serious amount of credit. At least, not on purpose. The medical
system fronted you hundreds of thousands, and got zero in return.
No, the last thing you bought on credit was some $38 purchase with
PayPal. And at the end of the two weeks credit, they found your
account empty. And then you came here with your crybaby act only to be
proven incapable of keeping your end of the bargain, or accepting your
You don't own that double wide. The lien holders do. Don't believe me?
Try to sell it and see what happens.
Bullshit. Some of your liens are for other than property taxes. Over 3
decades of liens and judgments. http://tinyurl.com/d7hkkp
1. You didn't ride any motorcycle at 264 mph. If you knew anything
about motorcycles, you would have known better than to make such a
2. Your IQ stories are self busting on account of them all being
different, and you being and undeniably stupid failure.
3. Your property tales are busted by the property records. And your
explanation that handshake deals aren't recorded is more pathological
4. You can't be both in and out of Mensa. You can't be a cop for
different numbers of year every time you tell the story. It's obvious
you make this stuff up as you go along. You are an incompetent liar.
Which is why nobody believes you're hobnobbing with the hoi polloi.
So far the UT210E has been fine for my hobbyist use:
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It won't measure car starting current but I have other ways to do
It -will- show the key-off drain from a car battery without
disconnecting the battery and triggering the radio's anti-theft
It zeros to within a few milliamps. The main error seems to come from
changing its orientation in the Earth's magnetic field between zeroing
it and clamping it on the wire.
It immediately became my favorite ammeter, though the autorange-only
voltage is less impressive. Uni-T makes a superb meter for voltage and
you need two meters to measure both voltage and current at the same
time anyway, for example checking battery or solar panel output under
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The specs don't mention that it displays 4-1/2 digits.
I've got the UT70B version and have found the RS232 comms feature useful
for data logging on a number of occasions. Looks just like the one you
linked to. I used to write Windows software for force and torque testing
equipment so just modified a version of that to capture and graph the
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