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It usually isn't good practice to put down other people trying to help others out. If my answer to a question wasn't up to your expertise thats fine, just don't bash others. The reason Diego most likely rated you as inappropriate was probably your comment towards me.

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I completely understand. But why would you not tell someone you don't know or your not sure. Bad info is as bad or worse then no information. I guess one bad inappropriate deserves another. cheers.

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