Re: Serious Question re: variant--TG I
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Posted by Alan B on April 29, 2000 at 18:36:24:
In Reply to: Re: Serious Question re: variant posted by Marc on April 29, 2000 at 17:54:57:
: "Then, to warn that Ragozin users will be 'feeling the effects' of Ragozin's supposed Wood misread is again further evidence of insecurity and mean spiritedness."
: Insecurity and mean-spiritedness? David, with all due respect, that makes TGJB sound like a junior high school bully. My impression is that it's just good business sense for him to slander the competition, because the competition seems only marginally interested in defending/marketing themselves (compare websites. consider the fact that the competition doesn't even offer their product on-line. etc.), whereas TG is much more aggressive on all fronts.
: For TG customers, there's plenty of reasons to be happy with your product, for sure. As a Sheets user, I'm happy with those numbers, and the rest of it is fairly unimportant to me. But to suggest that Ragozin & Co somehow "missed" the track renovation and screwed up what was sure to be one of the most highly-scrutinized numbers of the year-- yeah, right. Laughable stuff. TGJB really did need a vacation, huh? Reiterating- this is nothing more than slander intended to hurt the competition's business, and though they mildly defended themselves, something tells me they're not losing a lot of sleep over it.
: As a Sheets user, I can only hope *all* other handicappers (not just T-Graph users) are dismissive of the Ragozin Wood numbers based on TGJB's slander. In the long run, indeed, I *look forward* to feeling those effects.
: And I would suggest to David to just quietly let the slander continue, because it's to the Sheet user's advantage, IMO.
TG--I read Jerry the posting. He will be glad to respond when he returns. In the mean time he suggests you take a look at the string dated 5/10/99 in the archives. TGAB
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