Originally Posted by mtbakerskier
Transponding two letters is a bit different than leaving one out. I normally have a great attitude but I have zero patiance for *******s that like to intentionally shit on a thread that they have nothing to do with and further more have no knowledge about.
By the way NSR is widely used to stand for Not Skiing Related.
This is supossedly suposed to be a more inteligant ski forum, but there sure seems to be more than standard qou of village idiots.
Your spelling IS atrocious. Just a list of mistakes in this post alone:
It's transPOSING, not transponding. Look it up.
QUO? Do you mean QUOTA?
You did spell IDIOT right. Suggest a mirror.
And also, you have NEVER spelled Hasselblad
right. More than a casual error.http://www.hasselblad.se/
I was drawn to this thread by the MINT debate. As someone who wishes to sell a quality, high priced item, you've lost my trust with the way you posted your own set of definitions, then REMARKABLY, the ONE DESCRIPTION IN DEBATE, 'mint', is left out because of a cut and paste error?
How do you cut a block of text and leave something out of the middle? I don't believe you can do that without a lot of work. Why would you leave that out? It looks bad. Therefore, how can I trust what you say?
It's just merchandising, and obviously you don't care what potential customers think.
BTW, I think skier_j knows quite a bit about cameras and lenses from the pictures of him with cameras and gear slung on his shoulders from his younger years. Never assume that your customer doesn't know, but that they are quizzing you to see if YOU do.