You are not nearly geeky enough.
My wife would disagree. But, my son is young enough that he doesn't realize his father is one yet. I wonder how many years I have left before it dawns on him.
This all assumes that you have a "fair" dial
Don't get me started on the dial! The width of the line separating the numbers is comparable to the width of the arrow-head. This ambiguity forces far too many re-spins (that's harder to simulate with Perl :). Additionally, this ambiguity is a function of the person spinning the dial. My son claims he must re-spin when it is close and
the number does not suit his needs!
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