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I read that most cops who spend their days chasing crooks, don't want to spend their leisure time at home, watching cop shows. The same probably applies to big-time money managers, analysts, and investors, who do not post on these boards as an avocation.

Thus, as "amateurs", I would assume that we could all learn a thing or two from each other. Although some of us may be "right" from time to time, many of us are like a broken clock, and are only correct twice a day, if we are lucky.

I appreciate and expect tolerance in the workplace, at home, and on these boards. Everybody is somebody and deserves to be heard respectfully, even if we might disagree or gleen little of value from their contribution.

Slapping someone down with a reply such as........

Take your religious fanaticism somewhere else. If you want to contribute, then post something with reasoning. If you want to have idol worship then move in with Mel."


I think we all owe it to each other to be less "annoyed", and more gracious.

Greenspam (who hopes that an otherwise nice-fellow was just having a bad day)!

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