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Old 07-15-2011, 11:27 AM   #101
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I dont think Dan likes to get it in with new posters who have a bone to pick, so I feel compelled to write some amateur thoughts.
I get these one or two line emails from people;
Tell me what you know...
Hey, tell me what you think internal means and I'll see if I agree...
Hey, Here's my number, call me...I want to talk with you.

And my all time, hands down, favorite?.
I decided I want you to teach me, how do I join
Good grief. I don't know these people and they're more casual than my own friends. I could start a thread on the nature and shear volume of my private email. Some of it is truly hilarious.
Cheers
Dan

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Old 07-15-2011, 01:09 PM   #102
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I get these one or two line emails from people;
Tell me what you know...
Hey, tell me what you think internal means and I'll see if I agree...
Hey, Here's my number, call me...I want to talk with you.

And my all time, hands down, favorite?.
I decided I want you to teach me, how do I join
Good grief. I don't know these people and they're more casual than my own friends. I could start a thread on the nature and shear volume of my private email. Some of it is truly hilarious.
Cheers
Dan
I sent a few of them. I don't have a clue what IP is hence my inquiries. Talking for a few minutes clears things up and is much better than going back and forth on the internet.

I get people wanting to talk to me for design work or to discuss projects all the time and I've never met any of them. Even if they don't hire me I try to educate them and point them in the right direction.

Maybe I'm just used to that and don't see it as out of the ordinary. If you want to talk cheese, let me know.

p.s. if you need a logo, let me know.

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Last edited by jester : 07-15-2011 at 01:19 PM. Reason: added p.s.

-It seems to be all about semantics!
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:31 PM   #103
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Good grief. I don't know these people and they're more casual than my own friends. I could start a thread on the nature and shear volume of my private email. Some of it is truly hilarious.
Cheers
Dan
You kind of invite that on yourself though Dan. It has to be better than the nasty ones, which I'm sure you've gotten plenty of over the years...

Anyone ever tell you you look like Gene Hackman?
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Old 07-15-2011, 02:36 PM   #104
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I get these one or two line emails from people;
[i]Tell me what you know...
I've given up on e-mailing or PMing Dan. You're much more likely to get a response if you hold up a sign like this:



substituting "Internal Power" for "a quarter," and stand by Exit 10 on the Massachussetts Turnpike for awhile to see what happens.

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Old 07-15-2011, 03:43 PM   #105
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Anyone ever tell you you look like Gene Hackman?
Uhuh...more like Robert de NIro meets Henry Winkler. I kid you not!

"Aaaaeeeyyy! Are you talking to me? Exactamundo!"

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Old 07-15-2011, 05:09 PM   #106
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Uhuh...more like Robert de NIro meets Henry Winkler. I kid you not!

"Aaaaeeeyyy! Are you talking to me? Exactamundo!"
no way, compare:

http://images.tvrage.com/people/31/91126.jpg

to any of the pics of him here. Might as well be Hackman holding that puffer.

this is possibly the best threadjack ever.

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Old 07-16-2011, 12:03 AM   #107
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"What are you stupid or what?"
"You're such a potsie!"


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