Can you guys give me some feedback on this thing I'm writing

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Re: Can you guys give me some feedback on this thing I'm writing

Postby 2uphill » Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:11 am

being a school of mines reject, articles like this I find very interesting/informative. It reminds me of classes that truly interested me, but once I read the pre requisite ( the difference between 'Dyno 101" and "Dyno 303") I realize understanding will be a process. It tickles me to see the thoughts and brainstorming that comes out of these forums on a variety of subjects. Kudos to all and I applaude youre inquisitive ideas...(along with the added humor...nice pic BC847) :)
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Re: Can you guys give me some feedback on this thing I'm writing

Postby Richie O » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:03 am

Swank, I think if your intending this to be understood by unedigabicated people like ME then you have done a good job of keeping it simple. Then again,,,,,, when has someone ( ME ) said something bad to the boss ( YOU ). :D
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Re: Can you guys give me some feedback on this thing I'm writing

Postby spencerdiesel » Wed Dec 23, 2015 11:04 am

The "hang on let me explain this a little deeper" parts are fantastic for people like me. Can't wrap my head around throwing a rock until I can actually do it myself, as I'm a physical learner instead of visual. But for a slow learner (me) and reading material, you've explained it perfectly. Ready for the pics
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