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I can only judge from past experience...


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Posted by Kat on December 03, 2002 at 20:31:48:

In Reply to: Re: I don't mean to sound rude, but... posted by bazmonkey on December 03, 2002 at 19:02:42:

...and past experience has shown that you don't always know what you are talking about. The biggest example would be your 'definition' of what candycane corns are. Now, given that you have stated your 'definition' as a fact, were corrected by those who actually knew what a candycane was, and then brushed it off as if yours was close enough (when yours would have described pretty much half the amels out there and not necessarily all candycanes), I could only assume that you had a tendancy to make comments without knowing the real facts (and I'm not the only one who has been led to that conclusion... just the only one to say it.

Frankly, the point of my original post was to get people to post supporting evidence/info as to why it might or might not work, or any sort of specific obstacles one might have to deal with while testing the procedure.. Ergo, making a long post about the entire procedure would have been precisely what I was looking for. Saying 'no' without any shred of explaination or evidence was not what I was looking for.



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