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Bill
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Thu May 13, 2004 10:24 pm   



for electronic engineering degree? email me please
austintx_98_at_yahoo.com

Myron Samila
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Fri May 14, 2004 12:14 am   



"Bill" <austintx_98_at_yahoo.com> wrote in message
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for electronic engineering degree? email me please
austintx_98_at_yahoo.com



Do you have more information about this course?


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Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:18 pm   



just Go to the web site of Cleveland Institute of Electronics.. you can type on Google Cleveland Institute of Electronics. there, you can send email or you can call them and ask question regarding on course payments and more... I am one of student of CIE Benjou Espiloy From Philippines Goodluck Smile

Michael A. Terrell
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Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:47 am   



benjouespiloy_at_gmail.com wrote:
Quote:

just Go to the web site of Cleveland Institute of Electronics..


The message you replied to was posted in 2004.


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Michael Black
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Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:46 am   



On Thu, 24 Oct 2013, Michael A. Terrell wrote:

Quote:

benjouespiloy_at_gmail.com wrote:

just Go to the web site of Cleveland Institute of Electronics..


The message you replied to was posted in 2004.

One used book store here had a stack of old magazines, from the forties
through the seventies. I got a bunch of Popular Science, most of the
electronic magazines in the collection were ones I had, some Mechanix
Illustrated and I cant' remember what else. I got a good selection, some
from WWII era, and later ones that were about finding the USS Thresher and
then later the USS Scorpion.

But some of them still had the cards in them, an oddity since I always
tore them out as soon as I got the magazines home. Those correspondence
courses must have been a strong source of income for the magazines. If
you go back far enough, there were correspondence courses for everything,
that locksmith course even came with a "fee" key cutting tool.

I would have thought most of them had faded by 2004.

Michael

Michael A. Terrell
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Fri Nov 22, 2013 12:13 pm   



Michael Black wrote:
Quote:

On Thu, 24 Oct 2013, Michael A. Terrell wrote:


benjouespiloy_at_gmail.com wrote:

just Go to the web site of Cleveland Institute of Electronics..


The message you replied to was posted in 2004.

One used book store here had a stack of old magazines, from the forties
through the seventies. I got a bunch of Popular Science, most of the
electronic magazines in the collection were ones I had, some Mechanix
Illustrated and I cant' remember what else. I got a good selection, some
from WWII era, and later ones that were about finding the USS Thresher and
then later the USS Scorpion.

But some of them still had the cards in them, an oddity since I always
tore them out as soon as I got the magazines home. Those correspondence
courses must have been a strong source of income for the magazines. If
you go back far enough, there were correspondence courses for everything,
that locksmith course even came with a "fee" key cutting tool.

I would have thought most of them had faded by 2004.


The mail order courses became popular with returning GIs and the GI
Bill to help pay for more education.


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Anyone wanting to run for any political office in the US should have to
have a DD214, and a honorable discharge.

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