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« on: November 15, 2022, 02:37:51 pm »
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Had no choice. None at all. Had to leave the abode to go out after spending a day and a half in bed after a nasty night shift that I could not finish. Chipped a tooth so it was off to see Tom who has been my dentist for over 40 years. Half an hour in the chair and with an empty wallet I needed a fix. Went home, took some meds and read a few posts and headed out with wobbly knees and my faithful Zen Guru. Did the park which was open to the wind so after a few coins and a dinkie headed into the woods. Um! A calculator. Then the horror struck as my knee throbbed as I dug up "Ed." Was wondering if I continued if I could find Steve, Ryan or even the missing in action Navy Davy! safe out of the woods a junker appeared under my coil as well as more coinage. Enough. Ditched Zen in the trunk coming home to an empty place. Sure the Hunny Bunny will be back in time to make this bouy his supper.

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Not just a calculator
A Casio fx-2000

The Casio fx-2000 is a scientific calculator with 8 digits precision and algebraic logic. It has 31 functions, 37 keys, and one of the early LCD (liquid crystal) displays which incorporated a yellow filter. The calculator was manufactured in Japan.
Facts at a glance:
Feature   Value
Type   Scientific
Functions   31
Keys   37
Precision   8
Logic   Algebraic
Display type   YLCD
Length   121mm
Width   67mm
Thickness   11mm
Country   Japan
Year introduced   1978

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or should we call you Bluetooth?


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