RE: whining too much????

From: Karl Denton (
Date: Tue Mar 23 1999 - 14:36:53 EET

To all,

I agree, not only do they refuse to tell us who they are but they also
breakup their responses making us all wade through their dribble several
notes at a time. From the comments this person sent to me I get the

a) they have not been in the industry for a long time,
b) they have been in the industry for some time and don't have a grip on
reality and most certainly
c) they do not have a clue as to who I am or what I do.

At least I'm man enough to make the statements that need to be made and give
my real name for those that would like to give me some intelligent response!

Karl R. Denton
Advanced Technology Consultants LLC
4778 Greenview Ct.
Commerce Twp., MI 48382
Phone: 248-363-1478
Cell: 248-789-6410
Pager: 248-523-3318
Fax: 248-363-7488

Helping you excel through the use of Advanced Technologies

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of
Chris Sutcliffe
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 6:02 AM
Subject: Re: whining too much????

Dear List

Who is YRUWHINING (why are you whining) perhaps its time that he/she
identified themselves and the company they work for instead of hiding behind
a marginally funny mail name.

Dr. Chris. Sutcliffe
Product Innovation and Development Centre
Department of Engineering
3 Brownlow St.
Liverpool L69 3GL

(0151) 794 8022 Direct
(0151) 794 8021 Secretary
01893 209 556 Bleeper

-----Original Message-----
From: <>
To: <>
Date: 23 March 1999 07:57
Subject: Re: "in some cases the most arrogant about it"

>You forgot to mention how your company offers the lowest pricing in your
>industry...How much do you think it costs to invent an industry/
>machines and then reinvent them everyday (often referred to as "R&D")?
>nice to hear how you've "used their equipment for some time" and how you
>"believe that they have very sound an (sic) reliable equipment but others
>catching up" - that's why they're spending money on R&D. And, if they're
>successful at product development, you're right...customer loyalty will
>- it will INCREASE.
>I don't recall your postings when they recently announced two
>In a message dated 3/22/99 4:50:41 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
>> As for the price tag that 3D has decided to put on their equipment I can
>> only say that I think this will hurt in the long run. They have always
>> the highest priced and . This may
>> change over time and I hope that it does. I have used their equipment
>> some time and do believe that they have very sound an reliable equipment
>> others are catching up and should not be over looked by 3D. Instead of
>> seeing an industry wide slow down I think that we will see customer
>> change from manufacturer to manufacturer based on these things.
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