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Topic: Re: lecturing
Replies: 1   Last Post: Jun 30, 1995 2:37 AM

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DoctorCHEK@aol.com

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jun 30, 1995 2:22 AM
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>The manual didn't really help me - I cut my hand badly. It was only when my
>dad came by and helped me that I understood what the manual was talking

about.

Kevin,
Are you saying that when your dad lectured you on the correct method, then
you learned how to handle the saw correctly?


>I've just read your posting. I certainly wish that I was as
>competent a teacher as you are. It would do my ego a lot of good to
>think that I was able to impart knowledge through the spoken word.


Is this sarcasm? I feel that I can impart knowledge through the spoken word.
I do it daily. I feel it is PART of my job description of being a teacher.
Is Ben being so outrageous to think that he can also?

Harvey Becker




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