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FairWell!!

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#55252

FairWell!! | 26 June, 2008

LISTEN i dont appreciated the forum removing my good advice.last I checked this is the free country and we have the right to be heard and LISTENED to. i consider myself tops in terms of valuble advice given here and in a sense I'm giving folks free consulting, especially in all matters wave related. If The Forum Meditators wish to pick and choose which posts to edit and delete then I consider this a socialist state and will ban this group for good! Good riddance forum!

i'll be at the Vette show tomorrow checking responses on thier computers

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#55254

FairWell!! | 26 June, 2008

Dont Peace Out... You do offer valuble info. Most people on here do. I have learned a decent amount of info off of old timers and people with experience. Maybe it was removed by accident or perhaps you released a "Trade Secret" the mediators dont want people to know about! HA

All the best to you WML!

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#55256

FairWell!! | 26 June, 2008

This is classic! This reminds me of the "mass exodus" of the late '90s when many so-called experts said their own "farewells". Here's one that I found, http://www.smtnet.com//forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=156&#Message1871, where I actually "took the bait" and responded to.

Pathetically, here I am almost 10 years later, reading about the same stuff. What's funny is - I DO consider myself an old guy, although I'm not too sure if I give "good advice". I guess I don't have the ego of a WaveMaster like Larry.

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#55259

FairWell!! | 26 June, 2008

Wave Master, what did they remove?

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#55264

FairWell!! | 26 June, 2008

Is this a clever trick? If you mean to say "bahbuy," it is spelled "farewell" not "fairwell." A "fairwell" is one located between the left and right fair lines.

Aw Larry, you shouldn't be so sensitive about your contributions being deleted. The person deleting them: * Probably didn't know what they were doing * Probably didn't know who you are and the level of your previous contributions * May have gotten caught-up in deletion frenzy trying to get rid of all those pesky supplier sales posts and it spilled over onto your post * May have mistaken your post for a supplier sales posting * Other reasons not easily discernible

No so sure where the free country and the "right to be heard and LISTENED to" part came from though. In the US, we have freedom of speech, but we are liable for the consequences of that speech. On the other hand, no one need listen to us.

All that being said, buhbye WML, we hardly knew you.

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