I see that you are back again at the forum, which is good. I am sorry that lately, and for a while, I will not be that able to post (a lot at least) because I am starting a new construction project in Barranquilla, Colombia (I was due to Jamaica but the job there was cancelled) and this is a challenging place. However it is good to hear from you now.
Don't get me wrong but after Dave Saxton spanked you with the Twins issue at Norway I feared you will withdraw from posting again, which would have been a loss to all of us: even being an antagonist from what is trying to be tested here in this forum I respect and like you very much and your knowledge has helped us all to enhance our own. If not for you I have never come across the vital information that Friedman, Raven, Skulsky, Garzke and Dullin, Bruce Talyor and Mullenhein Rechberg gave us through their respected literary works. If not for you I have never credited the superiority of the space arrayed armour in Bismarck and have never believed in how flawed the South Dakota design was.
I only want to give you an advise: arrogance is a very bad adviser, arrogance and underestimating of the rest of people are a sure mix to failure and disaster. I hope that as I, the lessons are learned.
Instead of disecting the other guy's post you should answer them in a comprehensive way, not by using a misleading method of putting out of context specific quotes. The way dunmuro, alecsandros, wadinga
(even being against what I posted), Dave, Thorsten
and even Bgile
are much better ones and with less proposed antagonism.
My two cents on this and a sincere friendly advise, my good old friend.