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Re: Youth v the 'Unka Barts'

I don't wish to take sides with this and have never experienced
(personally-on the list) the level of debate that sometimes occurs on the
list.  My needs and requests are generally simple and not on the level of
some of you good folk.  That said, I appreciate the feedback on the
technical issues.  The level of insite and learning is magnified many
times.  So.....  Scott, I think you made a very good point here.  I
appreciate these comments.  Since we are interested in the same vehicles,
the sharing of ideas and information is such a great thing.  Let's continue
to challenge each other.  At the same time, we should offer ideas and
support for those that want to explore the new or unknown.  Heck, some of
us even have to do/see before we believe/understand.  That is not a bad

Thanks all.
Happy Holidays!

Scott Wood
1990 CQ
Charlotte, NC

> From: QSHIPQ@aol.com
> To: quattro@audifans.com
> Subject: Youth v the 'Unka Barts'
> Date: Saturday, December 11, 1999 9:20 AM
> I've gathered my thoughts wrt youth, enthusiasm and it's reckless
> for established fences and authority....  We all agree that a better IC
> audi turbo cars is a screaming need.  I've certainly come to realize 
> Sachelle's project is going to yield him more knowledge than any book or 
> paper or reference.  A great thing, reminds me of the way I started and 
> executed projects, but now rarely do.  As we age, time becomes our worst 
> enemy, and our best advocate for finding out what and why others do/did
> was done.  I metaphorically envision smaller steps with age, with smaller

> gains of forward momentum, but minimal losses of time, dollars and
> Copper IC's?  I'm smiling at the intellectual drool when enthusiasm and
> are awed by a potential 40%increase in heat exchange efficiency of
> just by using copper instead of aluminum (several old farts heard to
>  All else being equal). 
> So this cremudgeony old lister gathers his trusty 'trigger', and tries to

> rope the young stallion, to point out the well learned established rule
> fences, you are guilded thru them, it's not necessary to jump them. 
> of youth, or the experienced scars of misjudged fence height?
> A public apology to Sachelle, from an old list cremudgeon.  Sachelle,
best of 
> luck to you in your quest.  
> Scott Justusson