Thanks Dave for your wise input.
As far as MY being a "noob", "newbie", "new-ninny" or whatever
the "intellectual-click" chooses to use, I've been in railroading
for 56 years, actually starting when I was 3. There just happened to
be a few questions that I'd never delved into after all these
wonderful years, and thought these "wonders of knowledge" would be
of some commeraderie-help.
Most groups always have somebody in them that trys to take over,
the "old-hats" who bloat their heads up about how "smart" they are.
It's all part of the arrogant-side of the human-mind. "a little
knowledge is dangerous.", is the old saying.
If you "wise-guys" are so bored with some of these "dumb" questions,
just don't answer,......at least not with some raw insult.
Either that, or I should find a better group which caters more
kindly to dolts!!
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "dehusman" <dehusman@c...> wrote:
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Dave Nelson" <muskoka@c...> wrote:before?Are the old hands obligated to anwswer *every* n00b's
In myquestionsopinion, the answer is no.=======================
didn't keep popping up. They do on every other list I haveand
never back over it or a "school" where a new class enrolls everyyear
and the same basics get covered year after year.PUBLISHING
andand SHARING by those who are better informed than I... and by
large Iask awill be grateful to receive whatever they happen to share.===========================
question. Evidently they will be disappointed.