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Gail: If the request came from "Tom Jones" from New York - your first 2 
paragraphs would still be valid and the third struck out. The inclusion 
of the third paragraph has weakenend an otherwise very important and 
well stated point.

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From: GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com
Date: Saturday, October 30, 2004 1:13 pm
Subject: Re: Post tensioning Detailing-Where and how?

> I went to the web page for secadsoft.com and looked at the resumes 
> of the 'Management Team.' And I guessed, based on both the quality 
> of the English and what was written about the individuals.  
> 
> The resume for the 'Vice President Techno Commercial' says he 
> "post graduated in Engineering Management in USA".  
> 
> The Chief Operating Officer "is a Masters in Structural 
> Engineering and also member of prestigious international 
> institutes like ACI ( American concrete institute ) and CRSI 
> (Concrete reinforcing steel institute)." 
> 
> The individual who posted the question and someone else are 
> postgraduates in structural engineering.
> 
> But maybe I am wrong,  I am still waiting for answers to my 
> questions.  Maybe these individuals did not attend graduate school 
> in the US in order to buy their way to green cards.
> 
> However, if you think my first two paragraphs are only "sort of 
> relevant" you have never worked in post-tensioning.  Incompetence 
> can get someone killed.  And has.
> 
> 
> Gail Kelley
> 
> 
> >Gail
> >I think your third paragraph is out of line.  Your first two
> >paragraphs are sort of relevant, but in the third, you
> >get personal.  How do you know he is from India and not
> >a 3rd generation American?  Are you just going by his
> >name?
> >Gary
> 
> 
> 
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