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Author Topic: The whole code/no code argument.....  (Read 2836 times)
WILLY
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« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2006, 08:20:46 AM »

 by KC2IJI on January 26, 2006     

"That smell from the big outbuilding near the house, is the dead horse that is still being beaten.

Would someone please bury the horse ? The flies are horrible !  "

How right you are!

The crowd that wants to do away with the code requirement just keeps on bringing it up.   No matter how many times it has been explained to them, they still bring it up.
It just doesn't make sense.

I suppose it follows though - when you consider that all the supposed reasons they give for eliminating the code requirement do not make sense either.

It reminds me of little children - when they want something and are told NO  (some parents still teach that things don't come for free, but you can earn them - don't they? )   ,  then the child's mind immediately goes to Plan B,  and simply asks the same question again, but tries to word it differently.   Childish minds are amusing, aren't they?
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