From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: How to get CMOS counter to drive a relay?
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Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 14:09:14 GMT
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John Fields wrote:
> You're an ass.
> You get trounced on an issue ...
Yeah right! As usual you are long on words and short on substance. Your
so-called solution contributions are laughable garbage. Because you are
a low-level grunge assembler, you miss the point of alternatives
altogether. If you want to use transistors then here is what you get,
and if you want to use MOSFETs then here is what you get. Talented and
intelligent people have no problem with considering the alternatives,
and quickly, but you have neither of those characteristics, so you argue
for supremacy. You are not an engineer, you are not a design engineer,
you are not knowledgeable of anything. Why don't you go beat up on a
newbie for using broken English or producing a bad drawing, that seems
to be more your style. I have no respect for your opinions.