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Re: Ceramics warnings
Why? Personally insulting? Seems a waste of energy and time. Many of
us don't know enough about chemicals used in processes we haven't used
much, or even some we do. What does it hurt? If the only answer is
bruised egos, I'd say that's a fair trade.
Jack Fulton wrote:
> on 4/9/01 9:52 PM, Peter Fredrik at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Herbert C Maxey wrote:
> >>>> When I post messages to this list I assume I am communicating with
> >> people of >>well above average intelligence not a bunch of blithering
> >> idiots . Usually you are. However, I still maintain that there is far
> >> less information regarding chemical hazards put out there on lists
> >> like this. I think stern warnings are fair to post; obviously some
> >> think I am decreeing that the sky is falling, and should back off.
> >> However, this is not my nature. When people start talking about a
> >> particular process, others chime in, but nothing gets mentioned about
> >> the hazards. So, from now on, I guess I will shut up and let the chips
> >> fall where they may. HCM!
> >> I find this e; mail is personally insulting, as I am sure do many
> >> other members of this list !
> >> Pete
> . . . . and, I'm going to second Pete's nice and pointed note. I assume
> those chips HCM was speaking of came from a bull.
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