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Torsen Torture, pt. II...
In message <199803120004.TAA11765@camel8.mindspring.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeffrey J. Goggin) writes:
> >I hold the opposite view. Until I can recreate the problem to my own
> >satisfaction, it doesn't exist.
> Definitely an interesting point of view coming from a man with a technology
> background ... unless you have an idea of what you're looking for, how do
> you know that it doesn't exist? This is one of the reasons why Monty Python
> never found the holy grail ... or did they? I forget ... time to go feed
> the dead parrot. :^)
Ah, but I know what I'm looking for, just like the guys trying to
recreate cold fusion knew what they were looking for. Until I find it
(same goes for cold fusion) it doesn't exist.
> I suggest that most people who *have* experienced it, probably didn't
> realize it ... all they knew is that the car was out of control. Secondly,
> even if they did know what happened to them, they probably realized that it
> would be best to keep their mouth shut since it is, by default, evidence
> they were driving MUCH too hard for a public road or conditions. This is
> especially true if an accident was involved...
So Audi drivers are infinitely more perceptive/honest that drivers of
other marques? Much as I enjoy self-aggrandisement, it doesn't wash.
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