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oh, i wasn't meaning that he was, i was just using that phrase as a generalization. i have seen it happen all the time in r and d. i like reading engineering papers etc.on things that interest me and like talking to other engineers because that was one of my jobs when i ran the r and d dept. some of them are painfully boring and others are pretty entertaining, at least in the vehicle mfg field. anyway, i like to learn things i didn't know before and also hope the op got his problem fixed whatever it was because i don't remember anymore, lol.
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I'm pretty sure you 2 scared the OP away by now...
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