Are you guys serious?
I'm just CRAZY not STUPID!
I came looking for information and advice and what I get is a critique on my ability to "correctly" ask a question.
I apologize for not explaining and/or including what should be considered the obvious prime criteria to a group of experts. In contract and legal language that is known as "peer-level communicational necessity". What it means is that you can (or should be) able to assume that when the group (or individual) you are communicating with has identified themselves as your equal or better re a subject, you can legitimately assume that they understand the basics (including assumptions such as legality, safety, etc.) and you do not need to begin at ground zero.