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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: OT: In floor power recepticles
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 22:31:53 -0500
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In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> >Come on guys! This *must* be a troll. I'm no electrician (EE
> >type), but who on the good planet Earth would hire someone to
> >design an OR without *specific* knowledge of the requirements.
> >The fact that the OP is looking for a floor mounted receptacle
> >for an OR (add to the insult that he's searching for one and
> >cannot find it) here in the NewsGroups, certainly means
> >*something*. ...and not something good. Sheesh!
> > Keith
> I am the OP. Please re-read your reply and tell me what value it has. Please
> ask yourself...what is worse. A troll asking a stupid question intended to
> generate multiple worthless responses and thereby clogging up the net, or a guy
> like you who responds to alot of questions with no clue as to a solution saying
> a generic "I don't know how it can be done so the guy asking the question must
> be an idiot".
Well, since you asked... I'd say a *FLAMING IDIOT* designing an
OR who has *NO* idea what he's doing! ...and I was giving you
the benefit of the doubt by thinking you were a troll!
> I would venture a guess that guys like you contribute more dead wood to the net
> than trolls. Just my opinion.
Obviously, you opinion is worth about as much as your knowledge.
I surely hope you're judgment proof! Yikes!
Just to clarify things, in the remote chance you indeed can
indeed read: If you had to ask that question, you have *NO
BUSINESS DOING THE JOB*!!! Trust me, other people here are
telling you exactly the same thing.
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