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I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Tom Lamb - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?)red.
I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Tom Lamb - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?)red.
 
Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)degree? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.
Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)degree? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.
 
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and Tom. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and Tom. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.

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I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Tom Lamb - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).
 
Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.
 
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and KyleTom. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and KyleTom. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.

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I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Tom Lamb - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).
I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Tom Lamb - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).
 
Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.
 
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and Kyle. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.

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I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Kyle WiensTom - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).
I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Kyle WiensTom - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).
 
Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.
 
The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and Kyle. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.

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I answered this question May 5, 2010, by agreeing with who I felt to be a "true professional," (Kyle Wiens - who said he designed them) based on my 40 years experience as a degreed electrical engineer and electronics technician. I didn't call myself a "true professional" because anyone can claim it, even if they're an idiot. And, I certainly didn't want to sound like Brian Manuel or red (is that your color or your name?).

Brian Manuel, you say you have a degree (It's certainly not in English)? Were you unskilled at the time you took your engineering courses? Aren't you glad your instructors didn't have the attitude you display, in that they shouldn't be giving advice to unskilled persons? I was one of those instructors, and of the thousands of unskilled I taught, I've never regretted the advice I gave.

The purpose of this site is to give the unskilled access to professional information from people like me and Kyle. And, Brian, if you don't agree with its purpose, I agree that you should stop posting to this site, since your attitude shows you NOT to be a "true professional," and no one wants the opinion of an idiot.

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