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Thanks guys for the usefull info. As far as Bill goes, I think Jordan is right, the more someone responds the more fuel that is added to the fire and he likes that.
 
 

 
On Nov 11, 2007 10:37 AM, Jordan Truesdell, PE <seaint2(--nospam--at)truesdellengineering.com> wrote:
Bill does it because he's an intolerant conservative. He does it just to
get a rise out of people - kind of like poking a bug. Just ignore him -
he'll go away when he gets busy again. Believe it or not, he does have
some valuable experience in certain areas of the field, and he shares it
when it comes up.

Think of him as that crazy uncle...just smile at his incoherent  and
then go back to your conversation. There's really no sense in engaging
him.  Besides, I think that's  Chris' job. ;-)

Jordan



erik gibbs wrote:
>
> Hey Bill, why is it whenever someone asks about something that you do
> not agree with you open your big ffing mouth and bash them? Did you
> have anything constructive to add to this conversation or are you the
> type of person that always butts in other peoples conversations to
> give your 2 cents worth.
>
>

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