<VV> Books

Eric S. Eberhard flash at vicspdi.com
Thu Oct 13 20:13:05 EDT 2005

Amen!  I find a huge percentage of the posts boring, repetitive, 
dumb, waste-of-time, and so forth ... so I ignore them.  If you don't 
like this post, ignore it ... if someone asks a question you think is 
"dumb" ignore it ... no reason to rant.

I really like the Corvair Basics book, especially the EARLY cover car :-)

At 05:05 PM 10/13/2005, you wrote:
>I don't know whether to be amused of just confused.
>How is it that people sitting in the comfort of their homes, unthreatened by
>any form of force, can say, "It really irritates me to give advice when the
>person getting it could just look it up"?  If it irritates you, why do you
>do it?  Is some dark force making you do it?  Does the Evil Spirit of the
>Internet worm into your mind and make you type against your will?
>Gee, all these years I thought you guys were answering my questions because
>you were such fine folks.  Now I find out you're doing it against your will
>and resenting it.  Weird.
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