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Old 08-15-2014, 07:29 PM   #16
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I'm not disagreeing with you, Bud. Just attempting to stop the useless threats of leaving to go to another DIY site.
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Originally Posted by r0ckstarr View Post
I'm not disagreeing with you, Bud. Just attempting to stop the useless threats of leaving to go to another DIY site.
Yeah well those threats are nothing more than shallow attempts to bully someone. All of these websites are the same. They all have people with a lifetime in their own specialized trade that can easily be considered experts and can do this stuff in their sleep.

Then there are those that are good at what they do and are jacks-of-all-trades, but this doesn't diminish their knowledge in any single area.

Then there are novices that possess a strong desire to learn and establish their own position in the trades and constantly elevate their personal knowledge-library simply by being here and applying what they learn.

Then there are jack-leg-know-it-all's that feel they have to prove something to someone. Those are the guys that always have to be the first to reply to a post whether they know anything about the topic or not. They also have a tendency to challenge those they consider to be the Big Dogs of the website in an effort to take them down a peg or two.

After these guys come the idiots. Most of them are drunk or high and repeatedly show their lack of education and couth simply with the phrasing and spelling they use.

The point is all of these websites have all of the same wide-spread personality traits in the participants. So moving from site to site isn't accomplishing anything.

So when someone threatens to go elsewhere to get the answers they want to hear rather than the answers they need to hear I say "Good Riddins, don't let your mouse bite you in the ass on your way out of here."

Everything detailed in the OP's comments I recognize. I've seen it hundreds of times and I know this business well. That floor is slowly dismantling itself and there is no way to stop it. Others opinions will of course vary based on their levels of knowledge and it is up to the OP to select the information they consider accurate and proceed from there.

My guess is the OP has limited funds to work with and any stop-gap idea anyone would suggest that is less costly than re-doing the entire floor properly will be the idea of choice. That will be throwing good money away but that isn't my decision.
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