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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-05-09 03:09 PM
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34. I'm not not interested? Pardon?
That's not you. I asked a number of reasonable questions. And the answers you have are either incomplete, or lead to more questions.

I appreciate the answers you have offered...such as, "there is only conjecture (as far as I know), but the information given to John...".

I needn't tell you, however, that "rules out several possibilities" doesn't fit well with "there is only conjecture (as far as I know)". And you know that I will descend on that like a crow on roadkill.

Perhaps John will share more detailed info with you that you can share with us. In fact, at this point I'd like to know who was the source of "the information given to John". It's OK that someone may be gathering information about lever screw-ups. If I were of NYVV's mind-set, I'm sure I'd want to do the same. But guys like me and, er, you, generally prefer links and logic to conjecture. Else it's just another "Urban Legend".

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