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Episode 27 – In the Editorial Office
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The term All American Five abbreviated AA5 is a colloquial name for mass-produced, superheterodyne radio receivers that used five vacuum tubes in their design. These radio sets were designed to receive amplitude modulation AM broadcasts in the medium wave band, and were manufactured in the United States from the mids until the early s. Variations in the design for lower cost, shortwave bands, better performance or special power supplies existed, although many sets used an identical set of vacuum tubes. The radio was called the "All American Five" because the design represented the majority of radios manufactured for home use in the USA and Canada in the tube era. They were manufactured in the millions by hundreds of manufacturers from the s onward, with the last examples being made in Japan. The heaters of the tubes were connected in series, all consequently drawing the same current, but with different voltages across them. An extra dropper resistor was therefore not required. Transformerless designs had a metal chassis connected to one side of the power line, which was a dangerous electric shock hazard and required a thoroughly insulated cabinet. When operated on DC, they would only work if the plug was inserted with the correct polarity. The philosophy of the design was simple: it had to be as cheap to make as possible.
There are some left but most people don't even realize the thousands of dollars a year that go into keeping your job such as license renewels sometimes for several states if your practice in on a border and has more than one siteCME, malpractice and other insurance, hospital privileges or several if your practice has to cover several surgical sites and facilities in order to stay openetc. Females are not expected to serve and MOST of the girls that do, only do so because they do not have a suitable read: If your GF is an attractive girl and still ended up on a mission then she is about as fanatical as they come and if she isn't already she will be slowly trying to convert you. And a YW leader feels soory for my daughter who is growing up in a home without the priesthood. However, we rarely ever see each other and don't talk that much in between. Additionally we have no family nearby for me to rely on for help or just to combat loneliness. There are all kinds of Mormons, and we as exmormons should know better than to stereotype our former selves. But he does want to get married to and to have kids. As a man who married a non-Mormon woman, my story has a slightly different view point, but it comes down to essentially the same principles. I can honestly say it has been the worst decision of my life.