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Old 03-21-2009, 08:28 AM   #76
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nobody is going to give you a free education here.
sorry Clover dude.... this is simply not true.... this is the BEST place to get free information/education!
you get pros AND diyer's experiences and (normally excellent) advise/recommendations to draw on.
i've learned more about ALL aspects of home construction and maintenance here than i could have ever learned otherwise.
i feel like i'm in school every time i log in here. but i actually LIKE this school.
so far as the topic of this thread, i can only say two of you are idiots, and two are not.

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Old 03-21-2009, 08:30 AM   #77
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I take notice, you seem to think its everybody else that is wrong and not you.

You feel you must always be the one that is right. And if other peoples opinions are different. They must be wrong.

If you can't see that your being used as a dog.

Oh well.
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Old 03-21-2009, 08:58 AM   #78
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I take notice, you seem to think its everybody else that is wrong and not you.

You feel you must always be the one that is right. And if other peoples opinions are different. They must be wrong.

If you can't see that your being used as a dog.

Oh well.

hey beenthere, I think your quote is a little off.... all you have to do is replace the 'you' with 'I' and you would be correct
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Old 03-21-2009, 09:30 AM   #79
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sorry Clover dude.... this is simply not true.... this is the BEST place to get free information/education!
you get pros AND diyer's experiences and (normally excellent) advise/recommendations to draw on.
i've learned more about ALL aspects of home construction and maintenance here than i could have ever learned otherwise.
i feel like i'm in school every time i log in here. but i actually LIKE this school.
so far as the topic of this thread, i can only say two of you are idiots, and two are not.

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I meant that there are too many thing you can't get across on the inter net that have to be learned by experience.
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true, but on the job training only takes you as far as the guy you're working with.... here, you're 'working' with lots of pros and diyers who've done this or that, and had the best results using 'this or that method'. by far preferable to me. Po)

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true, but on the job training only takes you as far as the guy you're working with.... here, you're 'working' with lots of pros and diyers who've done this or that, and had the best results using 'this or that method'. by far preferable to me. Po)

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Well I am just saying I don't think I could train a person from my computer as well as a god hvac school can.
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Puntzhome, Sultini, and New tech are all the same person.
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hey beenthere, I think your quote is a little off.... all you have to do is replace the 'you' with 'I' and you would be correct
But, "I" can see that your using him as a dog.
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I'm Greek and that asinine comment does not faze me. I've heard em all so they don't bother me in the least.

Have a safe trip to where ever guys like you come from.

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Have a safe trip to where ever guys like you come from.

I come from the real world Some of you guy's keep referring to hvac-talk.com. I went to their site and it seems that a couple of you guy's have the same attitude of the pro's on that site we are here for help on a DIY site, I would expect this from a pro site but not a DIY site
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I come from the real world Some of you guy's keep referring to hvac-talk.com. I went to their site and it seems that a couple of you guy's have the same attitude of the pro's on that site we are here for help on a DIY site, I would expect this from a pro site but not a DIY site

Nobody was talking to you Newtech. Yeah we are members of other prosites including Hvac-Talk. And if you would check the 'tude at the door and get to know a few people you might even get to like them.
So cut the crap and live up to the reason you said you are here.
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I come from the real world Some of you guy's keep referring to hvac-talk.com. I went to their site and it seems that a couple of you guy's have the same attitude of the pro's on that site we are here for help on a DIY site, I would expect this from a pro site but not a DIY site
You signed in as newtech. Unless you are impersonating a pro it was a poor choice of names.

And there would also be the issue of why you are on this site in the last post.

Seems you want some attention...guess your mom ain't giving the amount you need.
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Ok,,, I will say it......there are various tools you will / may need to do P M....I hope that calms everyone down & everyone has a great weekend
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I come from the real world Some of you guy's keep referring to hvac-talk.com. I went to their site and it seems that a couple of you guy's have the same attitude of the pro's on that site we are here for help on a DIY site, I would expect this from a pro site but not a DIY site
The Op's question, isn't a DIY question.

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