[TR] The good, the bad, the ??

Allen Hess allenhess at mgcarclub.com
Mon Apr 8 07:29:10 MDT 2013

These are the reasons that I prefer the list too. There's a wealth of  
information, answers to problems that I have not had yet, that comes  
to me with little time or effort on my part. A quick scan of the  
digest, and I save useful info to a simple database for future use.

On Apr 5, 2013, at 2:00 PM, triumphs-request at autox.team.net wrote:

> I too like the current streaming style of this list.  No need to go  
> to a
> forum, pick a topic, find a thread, etc.  Here it all runs along  
> like a stream
> of consciousness.  Plus I learn about things I had not thought of,  
> and have
> used things I have followed without needing only to use them later.
> Peter

> I come at this from a strange perspective: a university professor.   
> To me that
> are two different products from this list: 1) I have problem X, can  
> someone
> tell me how to fix it, and 2) wow, I never thought about X that way.
> To me they are both of valuable, but for the most part, I probably  
> learn
> something weekly from the "I never thought about X that way" and that
> sometimes helps me avoid a potential problem before it happens.
> John Wise

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