linux music tools It is quite possible and was done all the time in the bad

Karen Lewellen klewellen at
Wed Jul 29 05:27:16 UTC 2015

Oh how amusing!
Thank you Larry, but I am no ones  customer.  I am simply asserting what 
well depending on which set of laws you consult, my human right to choose 
the tools that  are best for *my* particular personification of body 
Likewise, I am not suggesting implying, forcing cajoling or even hinting 
that  anyone else has to  dance to my music.
As I know I am no expert on how another person experiences things in their 
body, *I* would never suggest my tools are *better* or *the only way.*
which is what in their religious way the Amish do with their horse and 
Trust me my friend, I am not buying anything Janina has to sell.
I also stopped  reading this thread until just now, having gotten  all I 
can from this list on the subject.


On Tue, 28 Jul 2015, Christopher Chaltain wrote:

> IMHO, the customer isn't always right. Customers don't like change. If a 
> customer wants a better slide rule then they'd get a better slide rule, they 
> wouldn't get a calculator. History is full of good ideas coming from smart 
> people before customers are ready for those ideas, PC's, smart phones and so 
> on.
> On 07/28/2015 11:03 PM, Janina Sajka wrote:
>>  Hi, Larry:
>>  I have no problem with the customer being right. Sounds downright
>>  democratic to me, and that's a good thing.
>>  What doesn't work, though, is not accepting the consequences of such
>>  choices. For instance, you can, and many Amish people still do, drive
>>  their horse and buggy rigs down our Interstate highways. That's their
>>  right, and I'm glad for them to have that freedom. But don't you agree
>>  it would be foolhardy to expect those rigs to make the same speeds autos
>>  make?
>>  Similarly airplanes may fly in any compas direction once aloft. However,
>>  autos and railroads can only follow their roads. No one expects any
>>  different.
>>  Janina
>>  Hart Larry writes:
>> >  Good Afternoon Janina: I think Karen prefers useing a DOS screen-reader, 
>> >  I
>> >  think she says its Business Vision. Certainly in that context, you 
>> >  remember
>> >  years ago I inquired if I could run Vocal-Eyes in a dos-emulation in 
>> >  Linux?
>> >  Some of us become quite comfortable in an envirenment. While I am 
>> >  certainly
>> >  not knowledgable in %95 of your experiences, I am not sure there are
>> >  right-and-wrong answers here. I have a dear friend who used to fix TVs
>> >  always said, "the customer's always right" Thanks for listening
>> >  Hart
>> > 
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