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Sure.

In a half-fast sort of way, that would be OK.
It would be non-sensicle to go thru the trouble & expense to add a feature that is not needed - hello?!
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Sure.

In a half-fast sort of way, that would be OK.

That which you do,
do with all your might.
Things done by halves,
are never done right!

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Oh gees, our poet laureate!

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Actually, it's something that I have remembered my father telling me when I was young. It's kinda' served me well for all these years.

Since I spent my life in the aircraft business, and the lives of others potentially depend on everybody that touches their "ride", I guess it's an OK philosophy to have.

Some folks look at things differently, and that's OK, but it isn't me.

To put it another way, "Good enough, usually isn't."

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"Good enough, usually isn't."
It has to be, otherwise it wouldn't be.
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We just have different standards, and that's perfectly all right.

Different strokes........

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Yeah. Non-overkill always works for me.
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Yeah. Non-overkill always works for me.
"Right" always seemed to work out best for me.

Yea, it takes longer. It usually does, and it usually shows.

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