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Originally Posted by Croz View Post
For one, I am not sure why we got so off topic in such a hurry. A question was asked about a pretty specific thing, and it seems like answering a different question, quite condescendingly, wasn't needed. You can tell the truth without being a ****, the whole "I just tell the truth, not trying to win any popularity contests" crap is just an excuse you think will let you get away with being rude for no reason. That isn't needed, and we see right through it.

Also, when people come here to ask questions, responding by telling people that if they don't have intimate knowledge of engineering, they should get out of the hobby is BS that needs to stop. The whole point of the site is for people to share knowledge with experienced and new hotrodders alike. This is a hobby full of risks. There are lots of things a person with limited knowledge could screw up and cause serious damage to their ride, or themselves. I am all for sharing what the risks are (in a polite manner) with people asking about doing something. What I am not OK with is telling someone that doesn't already know the risks to just give up and go buy something off a lot and leave it alone.
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