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Al

Jan 1, 1970
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A woodchuck has moved into my back yard. I see pieces of wood lying
around. I don't know where they come from.

I would like to build a monitor that would tell me how much wood my wood
chuck chucks, as I don't know how much wood a wood chuck could chuck if
it could chuck wood.

Al
 
Al said:
A woodchuck has moved into my back yard. I see pieces of wood lying
around. I don't know where they come from.

I would like to build a monitor that would tell me how much wood my wood
chuck chucks, as I don't know how much wood a wood chuck could chuck if
it could chuck wood.

No, you want to estimate how much wood a wood chuck would chuck if a
wood chuck would chuck wood.

This involves simulating a wood chuck in software - you could probably
do it in Spice.
Check out sci.electronics.cad where the real Spice freaks hang out -
Jim Thompson will probably post a 3GHz wood chuck simulation on a.b.s.e
within minutes of your request.
 
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Al

Jan 1, 1970
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No, you want to estimate how much wood a wood chuck would chuck if a
wood chuck would chuck wood.

This involves simulating a wood chuck in software - you could probably
do it in Spice.
Check out sci.electronics.cad where the real Spice freaks hang out -
Jim Thompson will probably post a 3GHz wood chuck simulation on a.b.s.e
within minutes of your request.

Yes, yes. A wood chuck similation! Brilliant!

Now, is it a male or a female? Hmmm.

Al
 
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Paul E. Schoen

Jan 1, 1970
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Al said:
A woodchuck has moved into my back yard. I see pieces of wood lying
around. I don't know where they come from.

I would like to build a monitor that would tell me how much wood my wood
chuck chucks, as I don't know how much wood a wood chuck could chuck if
it could chuck wood.

Al

Would a wood chuck chuck as much wood as a chuckling shucker of oysters
would? A doddering doctor of ducks doesn't, but is believed to be a better
bet.

Paul
 
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Genome

Jan 1, 1970
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Al said:
A woodchuck has moved into my back yard. I see pieces of wood lying
around. I don't know where they come from.

I would like to build a monitor that would tell me how much wood my wood
chuck chucks, as I don't know how much wood a wood chuck could chuck if
it could chuck wood.

Al

I don't suppose you could pick up all the wood your wood chuck has chucked
and place it in a pile then take a picture of it next to a shoe.

Of course you have to go through a process of marking where the wood was
chucked and labelling the chucked wood so you can restore it to the place
where it was originally chucked. That's if you want your wood chuck to
attract a mate.

Otherwise you might just throw it in the bin.

However, if you do that, he'll keep you up all night. Three hours of
swearing about where all the chucked wood he chucked the night before might
have been chucked to and the rest of the night chucking some more.

If you keep it up long enough then someones house will fall down.

Ultimately you are probably best off going down the garden center and buying
one of those 12 by 12 woodchuck mats with chucked wood stapled to it and
rolling it out on your garden. Then he'll realise he's got competition and
move elsewhere.

DNA
 
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