With the YHBT quick-disconnect? I vaguely remember something like
BTW, do you think the bozo could point to a single shred of evidence
to support his assertion that you and I are electrical engineers, or
do you think he just has a rather limited but spastic imagination?
I generally don't like quick-disconnects. I cannot afford
expensive parts and those cheapo HTH diodes have a tendency
to go POP! with a large voltage drop.
I'll tell you one thing, if you want a new circuit, let an
engineer design it but have an electrician build it. The
electrician probably won't beable to do the design work,
but at least he won't electrocute you like an engineer
Who said you were electrical engineers?
I mean, if you can't speak English effectively, and you're so thick that you
think you're trolling when you're being trolled, then no-one in his right
mind would expect you to be able to do anything else that requires a modicum
Sparkies, that's what you are: battery boys (as in you've been assaulted and
batteried, because you haven't understood the half of what has gone on).
It's kept me entertained, though. For that, I thank you.
I sit corrected. In fact, my learned colleague, you have reminded me
that the following is the usual sequence of utterances:
1. "No, I trolled *you*".
2. "That part where I looked like a pompous ass scurrying here and
there intent on correcting what everyone else understood to be obvious
nonsense? So that I could show off my ginormous brane? I meant to do
3. "I knew it all along."
4. "You're no longer worth my time. I'm out of here."
5. "One other thing . . ."
Aah, one of the joys of working with amateur trolls is that they have to
constantly affirm that they think they have been trolling.
Tip: Posting stupid replies isn't trolling. It's boring. Get with the
program. To troll effectively, you have to a) know what you're talking
about, and, b) not say the obvious.
A couple of youse is pretty good, though, so I might crosspost to
Trolls are fairy tale creatures. Wrong figure of speech.
No, to troll effectively, one has to have a goal and meet it.
You don't know nearly as much about trolling as you apparently believe
I haven't been following this whole thread, but I"ve seen your name in
it a lot, and I'm guessing that your self-congratulatory attitude and
your blind assumption that you know what their goal has been is one of
the things that's made you such a fun little fishie for them.
Who's self-congratulatory? I come to Usenet to amuse myself, when bored
with what I'm doing. I hardly think congratulations are in order, if I
We've had many, many trolls in aeu, over the years, and I've met with many
others, in other groups. They all like to feel that they are succeeding in
something, but they're so easy to tag along, because all you have to do is
give them the feeling that you are getting emotional, or confused, or
whatever, and they'll happily post a thousand postings.
My objective, as ever, is to keep them as busy as possible with as little
effort on my part as possible. Read a few archives, and you'll see that I
do the same thing to all of them, as do some of the others at aeu.
The kiddies are outgunned and have been out-trolled, whether you, from the
highly esteemed "bookpro.com" (/BWAH-HA-HA-HAAA!/), think so or not.
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