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Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 23:09:02 +0100
From: "MJW" <apam03nopsampipex.com>
Subject: Re: Message from Johannes


Johannes It is not sympathy that disabled people need, we simply need to be empowered and be given respect for the cause that we have. Sympathy does not pay bills. Sympathy does not make life any better. Sympathy is given by those who know no better. Would YOU want sympathy. I suspect the answer is an emthatic NO. You refer to the obvious fix!!! So how do you them stop the diagnistics telling the driver that there is something wrong with the airbag. Smartarses always think they know the answer, but they seldom do. More modest guys such as myself are not to proud to admit that the solution is not that simple. Tip!! Think before you give useless advice. MJW "Johannes H Andersen" <johsnopsamfitter.com> wrote in message news:3EEB7774.4807870Fnopsamfitter.com... > > > MJW wrote: > > > > Why don't you just pull the fuse as several of us have advised, and > > get on with it? It's unfortunate that you choose to feel picked on > > rather than just doing the obvious fix. That's your personal choice - > > if you choose to go out of your way to feel this is all about you, go > > ahead. > > > > I attempted to explain the engineering aspects; someone else > > attempted to explain the liability aspects. If you choose to be > > offended by the engineering and legalistic realities, that's your > > choice of course. > > > > Why don't you just go pull the air bag fuse as was suggested? If > > this and your other notes are any indication, I wouldn't have wanted > > to help you either, were I the Saab rep you contacted. > > > > DAVEHINZ AT SPAMCOP, WHY DO YOU BYPASS THE GROUP - AND NOT LET OTHERS SHARE > > YOUR WISDOM? > > Anyway as you are so smart how would removing the fuseprevent at the fancy > > startup diagnostics on the dashboard - wouldn't it see it as a mallfunction. > > As for being picked on - I don't take it personal - I see it as being an > > anti consumer policy that could have been overcome by fitting electronic > > overide switches that would only cost a few pence. Bearing in mind the > > retail price of these cars in RIP OFF UK, why shouldn't all consumers have > > the choice. I don't care whether it is nanny state or nanny manufacturer - > > there are no moral grounds for denying citizens choices. > > And as for you being our local mechanic GOD HELP US from that awful > > prospect. > > If you don't like my reply > > just shup up and get on with your life!!! > > MJW > > It seems that you're in a bad mood and just want to pick a fight. I > do sympatise that you're disabled and wish you well. No problem that > we should all help to make life easier for people like you. But the > world doesn't center around you; other people also have to struggle in > their daily life for a million of reasons. Be sensible; there is room > for all of us on this planet. > > Johannes

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