O,K., So Roy is miffed that we don't bow down to his "superior" intellect.
He shows us how histerical he can be when he gets his bone and starts to
chew it. Quite like a bitch dog, and all we wanted to do was examine the
bone, not take it away! Comes right out and spouts off like a cry-baby, and
proceeds to show his lack of maturity by getting emotional and using foul
language against someone who has conducted his narrative in a gentelman's
fashion. Pop has, in fact, shown a great deal of wisdom and accurately
describes what happens to nearly every rule and regulation when the human
factor is involved. This is particularly true in government circles. I agree
that a regulation usually has a fairly rigid definition, but the code itself
states that it is "subject to interpretation by the authority having
jurisdiction". All in all, Roy may be factually correct, but a man like pop
will get down the road on less fuel, because he has a perspective of what
is, and not what some immature folks think "ought to be".
No. I am miffed that someone that perhaps at one time had a position
anywhere near an that of an inspector makes a claim to the effect that
"we get to read the guidelines, and then adjust them to our liking".
Not so. Not in ANY industry or for ANY standard I know of.
You're a goddamned idiot... and a troll as well. Chew on that,
I take it back. You are a pathetic, adolescent retard.
Just the facts, baby! -- Kojak
You're a fucking schoolyard mentality idiot. Even your pokes and
lames are fucking retarded.
You think your tone changes anything about what you retarded ass is
saying right now? It matters not if you cuss now or never, you are
STILL the same asshole you were when you started this troll baby
"Pop" went off like a fucking loon at the very notion that someone
disagreed with him... AND he was and still is wrong, as are you.
You're a fucking E-1 grade twit.
No shit, dipshit. Electronics, and electrical regulations are NOT
open to negotiation or interpretation by idiots that are too
incompetent to make valid assessments about the physics involved in a
mechanical system, much less an electrical one.
You will not fund that in military or jdec or eic electrical
The NEC can say whatever they want, but in my experience the persons
placed in those position typically have half a brain. Their
"interpretation" matches that of every "authorized" person that ever
came down the pike.
All in all, you're a goddamned retarded troll fucktard that wants to
stir shit. Well, guess what, dumbass? You ARE that shit, and you
just got stirred.
Bullshit. I used to build engines too. Racing engines. Pop doesn't
stand a chance in *that* competition either.
Your assessments are about as valid as anything else you ever
contributed to the group... nil. You are unsolicited, unqualified,
unprofessional, and rate somewhere below E-1.
I could guess at standards and get them right more often then he
could get them after making his "interpretations"... or you for that
Roy continues on in the same childish vein. I could dissect this some more,
but the word "immature" would sum it up nicely, and he ain't worth the
effort. Done reading such crap. I came here to rub shoulders with some
intellect. Goodbye little boy.
: Gave us:
: >In other words, it's an interpretation of the standardS rather
: >than a written rule?
: Absolutely not.
: Solder creep is a well known phenomena. It is a bad practice
: compression type connection.
You obviously don't know what "interpretation" means w/r to rules
& regs. Interpretation by different authorized people are
exactly why you will get seemingly opposing answers to the same
question when it's answered from the rules & regs. If you really
know mil-specs, then you know that. So ... stop playing
semantics or stop being silly.
You obviously do not know the difference between rules and
regulations which people have the ability to "interpret" and rules and
regulations which are set in stone, and not open to "interpretation".
ANY inspector that thinks that it is HIS or HER duly "authorized"
right to bend, meld or "interpret" the rules is an idiot that doesn't
know how to ASK his superior for an answer when he or she gets stuck
on an issue. ALL circumstances in the industry are covered, and NONE
of them are mutable through individual interpretation and ANY
inspector that thinks they are is not now, nor never was a real
Actually, that should read:
"stupidity by different promoted past their level of competency twits
are exactly why you will get seemingly opposing answers to the same
"If you really know mil specs" then you'd know that that is not true
in any way shape or form. NOTHING is left open to interpretation, by
inspectors or otherwise.
: >: Gave us:
: >: >In other words, it's an interpretation of the standardS
: >: >than a written rule?
: >: >
: >: >Pop
: >: Absolutely not.
: >: Solder creep is a well known phenomena. It is a bad
: >for any
: >: compression type connection.
: >You obviously don't know what "interpretation" means w/r to
: >& regs.
: You obviously do not know the difference between rules and
: regulations which people have the ability to "interpret" and
: regulations which are set in stone, and not open to
: ANY inspector that thinks that it is HIS or HER duly
: right to bend, meld or "interpret" the rules is an idiot that
: know how to ASK his superior for an answer when he or she gets
: on an issue. ALL circumstances in the industry are covered,
: of them are mutable through individual interpretation and ANY
: inspector that thinks they are is not now, nor never was a real
: > Interpretation by different authorized" people are
: >exactly why you will get seemingly opposing answers to the
: Actually, that should read:
: "stupidity by different promoted past their level of competency
: are exactly why you will get seemingly opposing answers to the
: > when it's answered from the rules & regs. If you really
: >know mil-specs, then you know that.
: "If you really know mil specs" then you'd know that that is not
: in any way shape or form. NOTHING is left open to
: inspectors or otherwise.
Bingo! That proves you have zero, nada idea about what you're
talking about and cannot have any but very peripheral actual
experience in the areas you claim. You stepped in it that time
big time. Your'e an obvious blow-hard closed minded idiot with a
propensity for danger. Good luck.
You have proven nothing. Abso-fucking-lutely nothing, in fact.
Bullshit. I have taught soldering. I have been an inspector in
several different departments. I have done compliance engineering.
I know EXACTLY what I am talking about.
You continue to make obscure bullshit references without actually
pontificating on a damned thing. Has that problem dogged you all your
You're an idiot that has yet to make a single valid argument. All
you have done is spout nonsense from the moment you found out that
someone didn't agree with you. Par for the course with a dolt like
The only true understanding is a true interpretation.
All statutes are open for interpretation, a judge in court interprets the
statute when he passes judgement, he can do no more.
It's the only due reason I give to politicians who wish to change the
present law if it is old but correct. Old English language is more difficult
for the lay person to interpret and hence to understand than modern
But then we are not all of the same intellect, patience or will.
2 corinthians chapter 3 line 6.
"Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the
letter, but of the spirit:for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth
Technical specifications ARE understood, HAVE been laid out, and ARE
NO LONGER open to negotiation after they have been set forth. AT
least not by some lame inspector.
That IS the interpretation. Trying to mute them while in the
position of an inspector is one of the most retarded behaviors in the
industry, and shows said inspector to be of less understanding than
his position dictates. In other words, he was promoted beyond his
level of competency.
Very people oriented... how nice. The same is NOT true for
scientific and technical specifications.
Try to pull that bullshit in the pharmaceutical industry or the
chemical industry.. you won't have a job for a very long time.
Shame the same doesn't hold true in electronics. There would be a
better understanding among pros and lay persons if it were.
Why is it legal to make U-turns in some states, but not others?
Politicians are basically very lame when it comes to actually knowing
about the technical aspects of what they are in control of.
No shit. Especially with all these mosh pit, pants down past their
ass, uneducated punks we have in the world today.
I'm not an inspector, I see your point about regs, this is a wire, it melts
at xx degrees etc. don't use it with an electrolytic connection etc.
Science IS science, law is law.
and scientific law is, well, a bit complex!
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