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Hi Woodville Dale,

With all due respect, it is hard to have a combined interest in TMF and FARO without having our old friend enter into the discussion. Moreover it isn't exactly like you had to wade through hundreds of discussions here to get to the meat of FARO either, my friend.

The Ghost Poster in question is the only person I've ever FA'd besides myself. (I have FA'd myself dozens of times after rethinking things but as I mature (now that I'm in my 50's <HA> I have become both more tolerant of others and much slower to respond in anger, so I don't have to censor myself. :)

That said, I was one of the last to FA Ghost Poster and wrote a multi-page note to TMF chastising their choice of fools to tack the TMF prefix on their illustrious screen names. I won't apologize for it, he had it coming--over and over again. GP is also much smarter than many give him credit for and I suspect he's a good investor. But when he made mistakes ... oops, he never made a mistake. And therein lies the whole banana-flipping problem. (RM's love bananas. There's even more technical FARO info.)

I have this even greater idea! Next time you hit a personal thread, please just hit <NEXT.> No comment is required, and you will have more time to spend on the "real" FARO developments. This is one place where I catch up with several of my good friends, so once in awhile let us have a personal discussion, would you please?

I have an even greater, greater, greater idea! Join us--we're all friends here and you are welcome to be a monkey. We have a BBQ every Friday night, I'll introduce you around. (Or, if you don't need friends, next time just hit <NEXT>)

Not to sound snippy or anything, but when you begin to thanklessly share the quality of data that the orginal poster does here, then you can set the rules. 'Til that day comes ... Well, I'll see you at the BBQ. Bring your own booze.

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