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Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:36 am

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Jaclaz,

I have noticed you have been commenting on a number of forum posts with no advice or help, just criticizing the forum topics and other people's advice.

I'm sure you know this is a website for help/advice/discussion etc. Not an opportunity to scrutinize every member's replies or posts.

I have noticed this on a number of occasions.  

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:54 am

Jaclaz subscribes to the Socratic method en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...tic_method of learning through enquiry. It's a perfectly valid way to help someone learn, even if it's not what the learner wants.
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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:55 am

Unnecessary  

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:26 am

If you're mad at him, it would appear you would be doing similar things. I mean not offering any help.

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:06 am

- gmlw0908
Jaclaz,

I have noticed you have been commenting on a number of forum posts with no advice or help, just criticizing the forum topics and other people's advice.

I'm sure you know this is a website for help/advice/discussion etc. Not an opportunity to scrutinize every member's replies or posts.

I have noticed this on a number of occasions.

Well, I am sure you will have noticed also the (very few) times I actually helped people, WHEN they were actually asking questions in the "smart" way, and when this didn't happen, how I attempted to tell them how questions should actually be asked the "smart" way.
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catb.org./~esr/faqs/sm...tions.html

If you want to do some comparison statistics about the percentage of posts in which someone criticized some other people's post, you are at least at 1/14 i.e. 7.14%, you will need to find x posts of mine doing the same that divided by 1083 gives a bigger percentage, i.e. x>77.

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:48 am

@jaclaz, I share Jonathan's feelings about your first post in this thread - comments in that tone are always going to derail further discussion. Let's not go over this ground again and let this be an end of it, thank you.

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 11:06 am

This forum seems to be a magnet for SFQs.

You need to forensically examine a gambling machine? Ok, great - first things first speak to the manufacturer and see if they're willing to help. Have you done that?  

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