Scratching The Knowledge Itch

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Scratching The Knowledge Itch

Over the last 4 decades, I have been lucky enough to be in a position to repeatedly offer the same advice and information on setup, equipment choices, and how things work.

As an example, I just finished explaining to a customer the differences between amplifier classes: A, A/B, B, H, D, and so on.

I have probably explained those differences at least once each month and perhaps more. And you know what? I am rewarded each time as the lightbulb of understanding suddenly shines brightly.

As new people come on board they want to learn when the question strikes. That’s when learning is at its best.

And it’s not just me that answers questions, it’s our wonderful community.

When we itch for answers it’s great to have a community that is ready to offer the knowledge to scratch it.

Here’s another example of the need to be a part of a community ready to answer questions when the need arises.

After all these years of this scam being online I still get emails like this:

International Transfer
Processing Department
(Head Office Annex)
One Thorpe Road,
P.O.Box GP 2674
Dear Fund Beneficiary,
I am Dr.Ernest Kwamina Addison, Governor Bank Of Ghana.I am writing to inform you about your long over-due funds that was brought here in my office to arrange and facilitate the immediate release of the said amount of US$1,500,000.00 (One Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) being your Part-Payment into your bank account,which you know that this payment has been taken longer than you expected.”


I still get these because somewhere there’s a person alone and without the support of community to explain in that very moment why this is a scam.

Thank you to our community for being here now and in the moment.

We all have questions and what a gift to get answers you can trust.

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Paul McGowan

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