Posted to Emissions Forum on 1/2/2013
Re: STAR Stations Very Interesting
You have been kind, generous, and supportive during my eight
short months on iATN, and I would like to sincerely thank
you, along with all of the other polite professionals here.
I have to ride my boss about everything; he already seems to
have lost our "abort" VIR pile from the first half of 2010,
and getting the R.O.s from that period is like pulling
teeth. I'd prefer not to get into a heated argument with him
over that subject; frayed nerves could cause an escalation
that neither of us would prefer, in my opinion.
The usefulness of knowing my "raw" FuPR may be of limited
value, anyway, since I have read from more than one
unofficial source that it is simply an average of many
dozens (perhaps hundreds) of ones and zeros, derived from
each VLT category for which I have sufficient data for the
FuPR "algorithm" to determine a pass/fail (1.0/0.0) grade.
In my case, it would appear that the zeros allegedly
outnumber the ones by a factor of at least 200, and have
done so for over a year! Anyone who has known me or worked
with me personally for any length of time would scoff
angrily at the implication that I'm incompetent or dirty,
but apparently the "great FuPR algorithm" has "spoken from
above", and here I stand, bruised but not beaten ... yet.
I still have plans to follow through on that project, as
well as my response to Accused's counterpoints on the
stopthestarprogram forum, but my mood has been rather dark
lately, and it's hard to find that needed burst of
inspiration that it would take to complete either of them.
Regardless of the eventual outcome, I would like to thank
you and a large majority of the other members here for your
knowledge, inspiration, and support.
Quick Stop Smog & More
Sacramento, California, USA
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