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How many years of college do you need to understand this two-minute video?

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    How many years of college do you need to understand this two-minute video?

    I have no idea what this guy is selling, all I know is that I'm buying
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    cardinal grammeters

    how does one synchronize the cardinal grammeter? he he!

    Awesome video!
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    Would have never thought that a drawn-reciprocation dingle arm is needed to prevent sinusoidal deplineration, haha!
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    Hysterical. Showed this to another tech at work, he said he once worked with a salesman who used really big words like this to sell equipment and it was pure BS. Apparently no engineer has the balls to question this kind of technogarble, and if they ever did, he would just say "I was just making sure you were listening."
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    Quote Originally Posted by madMAX View Post
    I have no idea what this guy is selling, all I know is that I'm buying
    wow this IS awesome!

    thanks
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    Is he speaking english? He just induced me an awful headache in his 2 minutes explanation
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnigra View Post
    wow this IS awesome!

    thanks
    haha

    good stuff
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    No flux capacitor?! What a rip off.
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    apparently this spiel has been around for awhile. here's the description from an earlier recording.

    "This is the first time Turbo Encabulator was recorded with picture. I shot this in the late 70's at Regan Studios in Detroit on 16mm film. The narrator and writer is Bud Haggert. He was the top voice-over talent on technical films. He wrote the script because he rarely understood the technical copy he was asked to read and felt he shouldn't be alone. We had just finished a production for GMC Trucks and Bud asked since this was the perfect setting could we film his Turbo Encabulator script."
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