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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.


You might want to google Lynn's contributions here before you say that....



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Jeff Moden (4/9/2014)
Heh... I tend to blame both. Cruddy tools being used by people that just don't know. It's a deadly combination.


Frighteningly true, especially since the people who don't know can't tell that the tool is cruddy.



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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.

That's why the world can't have nice things.

That's a strong accusation based on a single thread. Lynn has been a great contributor, he just happens to have strong convictions.



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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.


You might want to google Lynn's contributions here before you say that....


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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.

That's why the world can't have nice things.

That's a strong accusation based on a single thread. Lynn has been a great contributor, he just happens to have strong convictions.




I am humbled by your support.





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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.

That's why the world can't have nice things.


From where you sit and since this might be your first exposure to Lynn, I can understand why you might think that but, I've known him for a very long time and I can tell you, he's definitely not a troll. He happens to be voicing an opinion that I share and, although I'm short, fat, ugly, and have a bit of an odd gait, I'm not a troll either. Lynn is a valued member of this and other forums and has helped untold numbers of people find a better way in SQL Server in a concerned and proper mentor-like fashion.

All of us take a stand on something now and then. This happens to be one place where Lynn is taking a stand. You should see me when someone insists that RBAR is good enough based on a small number of rows.


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allaspects (4/9/2014)
Lynn is obviously trolling. Sad that on a resource such as this website, someone is out to troll and not help.

That's why the world can't have nice things.


From where you sit and since this might be your first exposure to Lynn, I can understand why you might think that but, I've known him for a very long time and I can tell you, he's definitely not a troll. He happens to be voicing an opinion that I share and, although I'm short, fat, ugly, and have a bit of an odd gait, I'm not a troll either. Lynn is a valued member of this and other forums and has helped untold numbers of people find a better way in SQL Server in a concerned and proper mentor-like fashion.

All of us take a stand on something now and then. This happens to be one place where Lynn is taking a stand. You should see me when someone insists that RBAR is good enough based on a small number of rows.




Thank you, Jeff. I am humbled.

And yes, I have seen your responses to people supporting RBAR code.




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