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« Reply #30 on: February 24, 2012, 09:50:39 AM »

Apologies to everyone else for leading this off-topic - last comment from me in this thread


Just to clarify - yes, in some circumstance wood can rot under fibreglass, especially if it's wrongly applied to old (wet) boats - just as I said in my very first post in fact. This probably has some relevance to the original discussion about walls in buses, so was a point worth mentioning. Where you went wrong was in your follow-up which included a variety of incorrect statements about the subject - this is what annoyed me I suppose, because it is an area which I know a little bit about. I expect TomC or Luvrbus get equally annoyed when people confidently make incorrect statements about engines, or Sean with regard to electrics.

Apologies if I upset anyone as a consequence; I hope I don't have any particular 'attitude' to anyone on the board, but I am aware that you may feel there's some history because of the lengthy earlier thread in which I didn't quite agree with your thoughts about need to modify our buses to protect ourselves from EMP bursts. (BTW. Any more intel. for us on that 'imminent' Chinese attack?)

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