I'm pleased that my post brought back pleasant memories. I was not aware that you wrote that text. I have used that for training technicians for ages.
Do you remember an instructor from B&G by the name of Ed Flash... (or something close to that) Because I tell a story about that class I took in the late 70's early 80's
After much persuasion, I reluctantly paid $125 and went to the class. The first 2 hours were good but everything after the coffee break was over my head. Next year I reluctantly went again, the first 2 hours were a review and after the coffee break, I learned so much. All after lunch was over my head. Next year I was one of the first to sign up. 4 hrs review and 2 more hours of good learning. The next year I wanted to attend bur Ed died. I never learned the last 2 hours
Hi, Ed. That was Joe Flash. We called him Jumpin' Joe Flash. He taught me so much. I remember he always told a joke just after each break that would get him fired nowadays. ;-) He died while cleaning the leaves out of his gutter. Fell off the ladder. Rest in peace, Jumpin' Joe. Thanks, Ed.