Posted by Josepi on November 4, 2009, 10:32 pm
If Wayne had a real friend many would say it is all photos of his friend's
system. This could explain the lack of knowledge and the attempt to cover it
up via attacks on others and multiple nicknames to create distraction.
On Nov 5, 1:12 am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
This from a guy that has never designed a system in his life, thinks
that swept area includes the hub area and all blades are exactly the
same and are measured from the tip of the blade to the center of the
He claims to have two wind generators, one may not be working, but he
is not sure and the other has full output if it is turning,
irregardless of actual wind speed. He has never heard of the Beaufort
wind scale. If you are looking at wind generators you need to know
what the wind speeds really mean.
He has no idea what his system uses or produces, no idea what his
loads are and despite living in one of the sunniest place you can find
still needs more than 50 hours of charging from a petrol charger at,
his claim, 80A.
He also claims to have built a house. He hired a bunch of contractors
to build it for him.
The man is a walking fantasy.
Oh yeah, be sure to visit his dummy spit site at
http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm . A great insight into
the child like mind of wayne.
Posted by EHWollmann on November 2, 2009, 6:30 am
Posted by You on November 2, 2009, 6:18 pm
George is still using his Commodore 64, which only has a 54 character
line length... in the little TV Monitor that he uses.... Oh Well, back
to something real....
Posted by ghio on November 2, 2009, 10:52 pm
Actually it's a new 20in intel iMac, but your understanding of printed
word is common. Why do you think news papers are laid out in columns?
Pick up any book and count the characters in a line. The only place
you see really long lines of text are self published books done by
amateurs. Your comment shows your amateur position.
Posted by Josepi on November 2, 2009, 11:28 pm
Commodore 64? Is that another one of Wayne's nicknames?