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Subject: Re: DB NPS (anyone know the position used)?

Author: Chris Carson

Date: 07:29:25 01/26/00

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On January 26, 2000 at 09:57:16, Robert Hyatt wrote:

>On January 26, 2000 at 08:46:41, Chris Carson wrote:
>
>>Analysis by someone that did not work on the
>>project.  Speculation,  Hear-say, Opinion.
>>
>>All of the above is fine, I have my own opinion,
>>however,
>>
>>I would like to see the position(s) used, if they
>>exist.  Perhaps his book will have this.  :)
>>
>>Best Regards,
>>Chris Carson
>
>
>It is becoming pretty obvious that you are less interested in such a detail
>than you are in trying to act 'petty'.  One more time, as _several_ of us have
>told you, there is _no_ position.  _None_ of top for.  _none_ of us...
>
>because we know that one position is meaningless and we can pick one that will
>make our nps high or low as we wish.
>
>back to reasonable stuff now.

Dr Hyatt, I asked for a position, you responded
with an opinion.

If I want your opinion, I will ask for it.  So please
do not attach to my posts unless I explicetly ask for
your opinion or unless you have the information I
requested.

For everyone else reading my posts -

FYI: "us do use positions" :
     Rebel: http://www.rebel.nl/bench.htm
     Shep: http://sccs.8m.com/index2.html#top

Best Regards,
Chris Carson



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