Resolved: Re: 11/34 sanity check

Mike Ross tmfdmike at
Sun Apr 26 20:22:10 CDT 2015

Your reply to me was less than civil:

"s at js at via

11:14 AM (2 hours ago)
to me

Do you even HAVE an 11/34 to know what's being talked about?  If you
did, you'd see that it's not at all clear which way it goes, and it
can go on either way.  Therefore, it should be checked against a
schematic or otherwise pinned out.

Since when do YOU speak for "anyone else"?!   Speak for YOURSELF.

I don't need you and other similar IDIOTS beating up on me because
YOU'RE an IDIOT and I'm NOT"

I don't know who you are. I do question what you're doing on this list
with that kind of attitude.


On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 12:21 PM, js at <js at> wrote:
> On 4/26/2015 7:16 PM, Don North wrote:
>> Actually the maintenance/debugging chapter (8) in the KY11-LB maintenance
>> manual mentions this problem as a symptom, and the resolution is to reverse
>> the cable plugged into the M7859 coming from the front panel. So the manuals
>> can be useful as well.
>> However, it is still not good form to be so snippy in either asking
>> questions or answering them. There are more and more noobs out there that
>> are younger than their machines, and guiding them how to ask questions is as
>> important as to answering them.
>> If you don't want to respond in a civil fashion then don't respond at all.
>> Then your time will not be wasted.
>> Don
> Oh, my reply met every standard for the word, "civil."  Beyond that, the
> tone is entirely what YOU project into it.  To me, it was wry humor.
> - J.

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For one person, in the dark, where no one will ever know or see.'

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