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Re: You People Are To Kind To New People Looking For Help

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Posted by Kip Crawford on September 13, 1999 02:26:03 UTC

Though this is being posted rather late, here it goes. I have been reading and responding to this forum for quite awhile, and there are a few self-rightious so called "astronomers" with a light year wide comet up thier butt who don't realize that real beginners need direction and just a plain question answered. If a child learns to ride a bike, he or she may use training wheels to a guiding hand from mommy. But when they get to learn better, they don't need much help anymore. Astronomy is the same way. It can be complexed if not explained correctly. Way to many folks here get "complexed" about the science, when star lovers just want to have fun. These people need to lighten up a little. Not everyone is Einstien. There I said it....

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