Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 21:09:19 -0500
From: "Daryl Mark Krzewinski" <>
Subject: Re: How to turn off headlights?

<> wrote in message news:3c5eebf1$0$1604$ > Daryl M. Krzewinski <> pressed random keys until the following was produced: > In other words, you're talking out of your ass and don't have a cite. Thanks > for clearing that up. OK Dave, here's just a miniscule sampling on the very fist page, out of a return of nearly 184,000 hits: You can also easily do a search on the US Government's Document Management Service using the keywords "Daytime Running" and you'll get an overwhelming amount of information back also, some pro, mostly con. The URL used to be, but I think it's changed now. I'm sure you can handle THAT search. It took me a shade over two minutes to pull up those links, which is two minutes more than this thread deserves. Since it's also two minutes more than you obviously spent doing any research of your own, I guess that makes you the only one with the "talking ass" here. Oh, and if you find you disagree with some or all of the info, or find other links to support your opinion, feel free to argue it with yourself, since (as I stated several times already), I have no desire to, and will not any further. > And I'll repeat my "and you still haven't shown me". And I'll repeat that I wasn't interested in showing anybody anything to start with. I only asked a question of the group, but you seem to have inflated your self-importance to the level that you think I must justify my view to you to do so? And people wonder why some folks respond so defensively to posts on subjects like this. Your response to my query of the group with baiting and insulting ("talking out of your ass"?), insisting that I cite my reference, (what the hell does my reference have to do with getting the dealer to disable DRL?) is EXACTLY what gives Usenet the juvenile reputation it has. Way to go. Daryl

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