Just to let you know once more, the maximum number of question mark's per
been established as THREE !!!!
It appear's from the above, that TODAY you have exceeded your allotment by a
total of NINE !?!?!?!
You REALLY need to hold back on your use of question marks for a while
and only use one, perhap's two per sentence until you are back to an average
usage that reflect's the correct quantity per the established usenet
Thank's in advance for your cooperation, Im sure I can speak for the rest of
us in saying its much appreciated...
A word of warning here, dont you think for one minute you can simply go on
to other newsgroups and start in with posting excessive question mark's with
I WILL track you down WHEREVER you go!!!!!!!!!!
To get serious though, you might wanna to contact John--he is apparently in
your area and he mentioned to me just a bit ago over the CNC IRC network his
knowing a little something about what you are referring to in the PA
Except you didn't really say anything with
any information. So most people just moved on
and ignored it.
If you actually have something to say, and references
to show what "it" actually is, then feel free.
Otherwise, you've got the credibility of the guy on the
subway yammering about whatever it was he was yammering
So what's up Chuck ???--me thinks you need to learn to read between the
lines, your name aint John; and apparently you havent a clue about the
building codes coming down the pipes in PA.
Your ALL better off being nice to Harold!!!
--Puppet Master HAS spoken.......heed HIS words or SUFFER the
email@example.com (HaroldA102) wrote in message
I don't know what codes are in force or about to be in force in your
The way I find out about codes and related rules is go to the building
It takes a bit of time, usually gets the information I want, and
begins a relationship with staff.
In my area we have two kinds of problems that produce the kind of
regulation you seem to be talking about.
We have a lot of buildings in the area of storm surge.
We have a lot of older buildings that have been worked on without
Many communities now require a building be brought to present code if
work equals 50% of its assessed value.
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