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// We have had different experiences, but that's predictable.
// Maybe we are at least sufficiently close that we can cooperate in support
// the effort to get TW off (of?) its knees and on the road to serious
// recognition as a viable profession, whatever the vehicle is.
I think that it is worth looking into. We do agree that certification
will add value to this profession. Hoever, I think we've wasted enough
bandwidth on the list with this thread. Perhaps we should continue off-line.