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Posted by  Ken on January 03, 2003 at 11:21:20:

In Reply to:  Re: Wire mesh structures posted by Per Corell on January 03, 2003 at 06:50:11:

Hey Dickweed,

Stop contradicting yourself.

Line 2 - "Dead End"? He has accomplished his designs through progression? Wheres the dead end? - You seem to have the answer to all questions with your shitty litle drawings that have never been built.

Line 2 - "Fake Decor" Who said anything about that? I do not condone false architecture. But it seems as though you do since your shitty little drawings have never been built.

Line 7 - "digital tools was so poor back 77, but fact is that they did not get copied " - what the hell does this mean ? We have the technology now.. so why is it that your shitty little drawings have never been built?

And as for the rest of your garbled theory, you've disproved it in your last 5 lines of your post.

There are many factors that a computer cannot simulate. So keep on computing, I have to get back to work in the real world.

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