[Vwdiesel] OT just use the delete key

James Hansen jhsg at sasktel.net
Fri Nov 18 22:26:52 EST 2005

It really hasn't been much of a problem until lately Steve.

This crops up every blue moon or so, but I wouldn't sweat it.  In the past,
the very nature of the diesel list has been good neighbors helping one
another, sharing tidbits, usually entertaining digressions of one type or
the other, but mostly automotive diesel related things. The latest off topic
stupidity may land diesel out on it's ear, and I wouldn't blame Dan (owner
of webspace) one bit.  All that crap about pushing the OT envelope and stuff
is just silliness that is way beyond rude, and hardly inviting to anyone
new.  I would not be surprised one bit if a condition of staying on Dan's
space were to appoint a  moderator to deal with things before they get way
out of hand like it has.

Apologize to your friend for me (us) Steve.  In normal times, there has been
no better place to glean information and tricks that can be used to keep
your diesel alive in the long long long haul.  The experience and expertise
here varies from rocket scientists to poets, and everything in between, but
all gearheads of some form or another that have a common interest or two.

For many of us, in a reply you will never find the words "go search the
archives" because quite frankly, we are all learning as life goes on, and
what we did ten years ago, has changed in light of more recent experience.
Troubleshooting hasn't really changed that much, but the fix may have.  That
is, we may have tried one fix, worn it out, and discovered a better way to
do it last week. Don't be afraid to ask.
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