Re: Boxcar red.. a suggestion...


SUVCWORR@...
 

Sometimes manufacturers are like Chesapeake Bay Retrievers. They are great
at what they do but occasionally you need to whack (figuratively) them upside
the head to get their attention to correct errors. Just letting them at
home and taking the other dogs duck hunting does not do much good. They keep
making the same errors. It takes stronger measures to correct bad behavior.

Rich Orr

In a message dated 5/16/2008 4:45:53 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
larry450sl@... writes:

OK, verbal beatings, even in the service of accurate models, is never the
solution.

Larry Grubb
SUVCWORR@... wrote:

In a message dated 5/16/2008 2:26:02 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
larry450sl@... writes:

They deserve reduced sales, they deserve to have the inaccuracy made public,
they do not deserve to be beat up. Violence, even in the service of accurate

models, is never the solution.
Larry Grubb

SUVCWORR@... wrote:

But when the color is
degrees of magnitude away on the spectrum they deserve to be beat up.

Beating up isn't necessarily physical. It can be verbal and that is the
context in which I was using the phrase.

Rich Orr







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