Victor, Victor, wherefore art thou Victor?

We are in need of 3 Victor 888’s for our motor tester. The ones we have now are old and showing their age.
Does anyone have 3 we can have for a low price?

Thanks

Probably have three. Send a PM with address. I’ll have a look later today.
T. Wolter

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Can’t actually help here, but just wanted to note the common error that “wherefore” actually means “why” and not “where”

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O Victor, Victor, wherefore art thou Victor?
Deny thy creator and refuse thy name
Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love
And I’ll no longer be a REV shill.
‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy:
Thou art thyself, though not IFI.
What’s IFI? It is nor transistor nor diode
Nor resistor nor capacitor nor any other part
Belonging to a motor controller. O be some other name.
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
So Victor would, were it not Victor call’d,
Retain that dear perfection which it owes
Without that title. Victor, doff thy name,
And for that name, which is no part of thee,
Take all myself.

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I believe we also still have some in the old speed controller box. If you don’t get what you need let me know and I can swing by the school it check Monday.

- Digilent, probably

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making my inner shakespeare nerd happy.

shakespeare is underrated ngl. tbf, he’s a lot more entertaining once you understand the ahem mature humor

Exactly why nobody under the age of 60 should be allowed to read (or see) any of his work!
(OK, maybe 55. But that’s it!)
:fire: :wink:

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ok boomer

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We have them somewhere, just need to find them.

hear me out… Shakespeare was the Seth McFarlane of his time. Maybe in 600 years, we’ll look back at Family Guy and it won’t be a terrible tv show.

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Let alone study just the tragedies for a full semester? (We skipped Romeo and Juliet but hit the other 4 major ones.)

Personally, I think by the time you reach 60, it’s a bit late to catch the memo on King Lear. That one should be required reading for the under-20 crowd, with refreshers every 10-15 years.

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Rotten kids! Just for that, No Shakespeare For You until you turn 70 !

[rant]Sigh. I miss real education.[/rant]

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