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Old 02-12-2006, 08:36 AM
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lol my post got ripped to peices and to answer your question of where I got it I can't find out my history only works for 2 days so it deleted the site. Uhm sorry about the post being so inaccurate but it gave you guys something to do. I don't know as much as some of you on this so some of it made sense to me and i beleived that the article was true then.
It's all good man. We are all here to learn. Now we have a post for people to look at if they have the same question. I'm glad you posted this. It makes people think and talk.
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Old 02-12-2006, 09:02 AM
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It's all good man. We are all here to learn. Now we have a post for people to look at if they have the same question. I'm glad you posted this. It makes people think and talk.
i agree with dave...

don take a thrashing of a post of yours as you getting thrashed, but as a learning experience...

oh, btw... i was gonna make a similar post a while ago... but wanting, u beat me 2 it..
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Old 02-12-2006, 09:17 AM
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I agree with Dave also, wholeheartedly.
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Old 02-12-2006, 09:52 AM
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I think this was a great post and here's why:
1) Most people are uneducated when it comes to BB'ing etc. and they believe everyone's bullshit as soon as the argument sounds somewhat scientific. So I'd rather have someone post something that is completely wrong (this post isn't completely wrong btw, this is just an example) and then have members of the site stick to their guns and say "fuck no, that's wrong"
2) I think that the best way to learn (speaking from my own experiences) is to be presented with something entirely wrong and then figure out what's wrong. Sometime's it is easier to find out why something doesn't/wouldn't work rather than prove that it does.
and lastly 3) This post got ALL of us to think!

IMO this was a great addition to the training forum :cool:
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i agree
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