holtzm at cox.net
Wed Jul 28 08:06:00 UTC 2010
On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 04:50:49PM -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
> On 07/27/2010 04:39 PM, Robert Holtzman wrote:
> > On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 06:51:32AM -0500, Kenneth Loafman wrote:
> >> Robert Holtzman wrote:
> >>> Karl, there is an urban legend among physicists about certain individuals
> >>> being able to make lab equipment stop working just by being in the same
> >>> building. They say Einstein was such an individual and once ruined an
> >>> experiment merely by riding in a train past the lab. Judging by the
> >>> number of problems you have that not everyone else has, you may be one
> >>> of these people. Having said that, I sometimes have the same kinds of
> >>> problems.
> >> That's not just among physicists... I've worked with a programmer like
> >> that. He could walk into the data center and most of the computers
> >> would crash. His record was 5 out of 8, very much a statistical
> >> anomaly, considering that these machines normally ran for days without
> >> problems.
> > It is a rare and precious gift, isn't it?
> I am not like your Physicist. I try hard to ask a really clear
> question of this list and Bingo someone came up with the right solution.
> It was a guy I do not see regular on this list but he sure knows all
> about Firefox. And when I asked my question right he said look in Tools
> Add-ons Extentions and turn off every thing I could not understand. That
> was both files and like magic now my Firefox 3.6.8 works fine. I
> learned a lot too.
You're missing the point......again.
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