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davenn

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    1. jim hardy
      jim hardy
      Thanks Dace for the kind words. Really though it's just i'm too dumb to know when to quit.
      1. davenn
        davenn
        I'm even dumber hahaha ... seriously tho, I really appreciate your posts and our interaction in various threads. We are both old school but your electronics and electrical education is somewhat better than mine. Quite often you or one of the other knowledgeable lads come up with an answer and I think to myself ... MAN!! I never got taught any of that! haha

        Take care my friend
        Dave
        Apr 13, 2016
    2. ProfuselyQuarky
      ProfuselyQuarky
      Just wanted to let you know that I just checked out your website and it's fantastic! I so wish I knew about it when I took Earth Science :D
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      2. davenn
        davenn
        Tho i did geology at university, I am no professional. It's just a deep love of the subject :)
        Apr 6, 2016
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    4. anorlunda
      anorlunda
      Thanks for the very diplomatic reminder that I am thinking too narrowly. I'll try to expand my horizons.
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