i had to post this becuz its really nice, i see alot of questions and things of the such but at the same time, i NEVER see anyone "flame" or make fun of someone else, maybe i dont read enuf of the topics but its really nice being able to read posts or write posts and not be ripped on to high heaven about it, very nice guys
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12-30-2006, 01:13 AM #1Junior Member
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12-30-2006, 04:26 AM #2
Well, we could always start by pickin' on you.....
No, seriously, I agree with you. After all, not everybody is an expert. Shoot, I learn stuff just about every day on here. After all, no matter what the subject, the first sign that you need to keep learning is when you think you know everything. I'm pretty sure there is something that every member on here could teach everybody else. I don't consider myself to be a professional weldor, but more of a high end hobbiest. Even so, sometimes you need somebody with fresh eyes looking at your problem. The whole forest and tree thing. The only way to bring up the next generation of weldors (or any trade, for that fact) is to teach from your own mistakes.
Personally, I get really ticked when people try to learn something from somebody and all they want to do is rip at them for not knowing anything (although from time to time, you can tell when someone is getting in over their head and for safety reasons may need to be told straight up that they don't need to be doing something). That's the very reason for trying to learn. Just because you haven't been in such and such field for 20 yrs doesn't mean that you can't learn about it. Some people just haven't had the experience yet. After all, we all had to start somewhere (granted, I struck my first arc in jr high, but there are days you wouldn't know it!) SSS
12-30-2006, 05:41 AM #3Triggerman
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12-30-2006, 10:18 AM #4
Yeh guys that is one of the things I realy like about this and the motorsports page. I learn everyday and use it as a sourse to gain knowledge. No stupid questions here!
12-30-2006, 11:37 AM #5
We as welders must know that their is always room for improvement.
The year I tought welding I learned more about welding than I had in the prior 10+ years.
So ask the strange question and challange us all.
12-30-2006, 10:30 PM #6Senior Member
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Here, most of these regulars are WELL! out of their teens and have outgrown 'flaming' & that sort of thing.
.."Gone are the days of wooden ships, and Iron men.
I doubt we'll see either of their likes again".
Unknown US Coast Guard unit Commander.
12-30-2006, 11:08 PM #7
You're not from California are you?
12-31-2006, 03:47 PM #8
01-01-2007, 06:53 PM #9Junior Member
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01-01-2007, 07:29 PM #10
I agree with you all 100% me picking up my first rod at the young age of 12. I have thanked god for giving me the chance to do something I love. I really cant say age really matters, I learned from everyone at my work something new even if it was jsut a simple thing such as how to use a drill properly or easier ways to position myself welding, I always feel I have accomplished something at the end of the day working ona project or not.
To everyone on this site I say CHEERS to you all giving me your input and information.
Happy New Years I might be late but better late then neverThanks for reading I hope my post helped