Help! Even Newer Uses for Dead Volkers!
I was hoping to finally put this to rest, but nearly ten years later, even a few more
uses come up. Still, no repeated uses from  or  or even the ones in chapter 1
show up in here.
5.1 Yahoo! More Uses Found!
What had happened was I blamed one David Weinstein for continuing work on this
document. I had a message
posted, reproduced in figure 5.1.
Subject: [blamedave] Being reminded of Volkers is Dave’s fault
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 13:31:56 -0400
From: Curtis R Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It’s all Dave’s fault I have to be reminded of Rich’s obsession of the
horrendous Volker-Craig terminals.
See what I have at http://www.gleepy.net/writings/riv4/
Now, do I expand some of the descriptions slightly to keep my LaTeX skills
sharp, or do I find another dead horse to beat/windmill to tilt at? Do I
blame Dave for all of this?
It’s Dave’s fault I lost my text messaging on my cell phone. All Verizon
Wireless users in Buffalo ought to be blaming Dave, too.
Curtis R. Anderson, Co-creator of "Gleepy the Hen", displaced resident
http://www.gleepy.net/ ICQ: 50137888
|Figure 5.1: ||Talking About Dead Volkers|
Donald Ptak, the person who came up with the uses for dead Volkers
and school lunches found in [8, 17, 10, 11, 22] came up with a few
Don came up with items 1 and 2. Item 3 is mine.
- Antenna base
- Short wave radio housing
- Dummy load for amateur radio transmitter testing
5.2 Other Random Ruminations
Even after what was thought up in §5.1, I still came up with at least one
- Materials hopper for injection molding machines