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One certainly doesn't have to experience something personally before he can comment on it. I've never eaten Dog Crap, but I'm 100% positive I would not like it... Jer Arthur Entlich wrote: > > dickbo wrote: > > > You cannot possibly warn anyone about deficiencies within a product spec if > > you have never ownd or used the product. > > I do it all the time, Dickbo. I also warn people that cigarette smoking > causes cancer, do I have to smoke (and get cancer) before I do this? > > > > > All that you are doing is repeating heresay or second hand information which > > has no value to anyone because you cannot prove your claims personally. > > See above, if I don't smoke and get cancer from it, my warning to people > about this health risk "has no value because (I) cannot prove (my) > claims personally"????? > > > > > If you are going to be critical of a product then kindly supply the results > > of all your test analysis including a list of all the test equipment used in > > your assesment. > > > > Be careful "my man" (to use one of your turns of phrase) because I will > be scrutinizing everything you write from this point onward and anything > which you cannot prove to have personally determined through your own > testing will be pointed out in similar fashion. We'll see just how much > you have left to offer once hearsay, and statement which cannot be > backed with tested analysis are removed. > > Art > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.