I was just having a little fun with Jack. You always seem to think the
finger is pointed at you. I have no problem with electronics in the world
and glad we have it. It made my job in structural testing of aircraft and
rockets much easier to interface our hydraulics and data collection.
There are those that don't want the vehicles to be controlled through
computers. I have feeling on both sides of this issue. Ask Fred
Dannenfelzer, Al Teague on others their feeling on the driver having
I know you and I are always going to have a difference of oponion on some
issues. That's keeps the thread alive. My remarks are not meant to have
everyone toss it out.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Dahlgren" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "glen barrett" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 10:16 AM
Subject: Re: TC thought
> Well that is one way to be the curmudgeon that throws a wet blanket over
> of an interesting discussion.. Why use e-mail did your morse code set
> have been starting to think that those television things are really not a
> either... never replace radio though!!
> Glenn I am very happy there are volunteers that help put on the show. I
> offered to be a volunteer doing any sort of tech work that might be
> never got taken up on it but made the offer anyway. In your own way the
> comment you have made is a put down to all this discussion, are you
> taller yet? If not I am sure you will remind all us 'upstarts' to mind our
> Q's so that we will still have a place to race. You ought to do yourself a
> and not treat people having an intelligent discussion so poorly, it only
> you look silly...
> Racing is about technology why not embrace it and get off the kick about"
> steel that need no help from anything to be the masters of speed."
> driver that does not use every tool at there disposal to go faster is a
> thinks they are some sort of god like figure that can do anything. It is a
> position to put yourself in, there are cemeteries full of people that
> could do anything with anything and they were the masters of the laws of
> This is the age of electronics get over it, it is how I sent you this
> how I got yours...... I build my eletronics in my workshop just like
> builds there race car in their workshop . I use my smarts to go faster
> i built in my workshop.. and the difference is????
> Dave Dahlgren
> glen barrett wrote:
> > Jack
> > Maybe the TC racers should have their own meet. Call it the meeting of
> > robotic racers. All they need is a lot of volunteers to put it all
> > Glen
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: <Nt788@aol.com>
> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
> > Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 9:20 AM
> > Subject: Re: TC thought
> > > Louise I only crab about money when I am not allowed to compete
> > it!
> > > Like waiting in line with my unblown small block gas dragster that had
> > > qualified to be there and had previously won a top eliminator race,
> > > being told to go race handicap! The same thing happened in slot cars,
> > > carts, snowmobiles ect! In LSR I can win without being like every body
> > else,
> > > which would be to expensive and no fun for me! If I can win, without
> > buying
> > > "official" parts I will continue to race LSR! Free men we can spend as
> > much,
> > > or as little as we want! I will continue to wave the flag of freedom
> > long
> > > as "they" let me! O.K. Bryan hit me with the roll bar/seatbelt/helmet
> > issues!
> > > Jack
> > ///
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