[time-nuts] What are people paying for Stanford PRS10 rubidium standards?
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Apr 27 04:21:44 EDT 2005
In message <426F4647.4020004 at onetel.net>, David Kirkby writes:
>> I find that if I always assume the worst, then I seldom get disappointed, and
>> this has generally worked fine for me.
>But if you always assume the worst, you would never buy anything on
>eBay. I know many people who will not use it at all, as they assume the
Not so. It just means that there are a lot of people I don't buy from.
Most of my measurement equipment comes from eBay, and so far I've not been
disappointed because I set my expectations reasonably.
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