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Posted Wednesday, February 5, 2014 11:28 PM


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davoscollective (2/2/2014)
Wow thanks for what was effectively part 2 in this spackle :) You've written an article in its own right to answer my question...


I completely agree. That's one of the best follow-up posts that I've seen in quite a while here.

Jeff - I would suggest that you take that post, and make it into its own article. It's likely it will be read more than being stuck here in a follow up post on this article (you know how a lot of folks don't read the ensuing discussion), and this point is so valuable to make.


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[b]WayneS (2/5/2014)

Jeff - I would suggest that you take that post, and make it into its own article. It's likely it will be read more than being stuck here in a follow up post on this article (you know how a lot of folks don't read the ensuing discussion), and this point is so valuable to make.


I used to mainly read the articles; but I've found that I often learn a lot from the follow-up posts. But of course, anyone reading this has already figured that out.
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