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    Re: Calculator. Was: Re: how are the tables for declination
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2005 Feb 13, 17:15 -0500

    > If TI-30Xa is what you showed me,
    > then Casio has one advantage: it really fits
    > in an average shirt pocket:-)
    LOL.  After packing for bare boating I have not only clothing, but foul
    weather gear, charts, GPS, knives, a compass or two, safety gear, a sleeping
    bag and pillow, towels and wash cloth, toiletries, and of course a cooler
    and hip flask of 151 rum.  Now I add a sextant and scopes, forms for
    reduction and plotting, almanac and backup HO229 tables.  Whether the
    calculator pokes out the top of my shirt pocket is not of great concern to
    me or my mule. 
    As a sidebar, the original Sony Walkman shown in a shirt pocket in
    advertising did NOT fit in a standard shirt pocket.  The shirt was custom
    made with an oversize pocket so the unit would fit in.  Maybe that's the
    answer, custom shirts ;-)

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