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Old June 29th 06, 08:23 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Dumbasses -


More specifically, Gred Lemond and I invented Finite Element Analysis.
I can't take all the credit, especially since he's the one who showed
me the Virtue of Virtual accomplishments.

Too bad Trek and all those Taiwanese clone bicycle makers stole the
idea from us and marketed it to the aerospace, automobile and high rise
construction industries. *******s.


thanks,

K. Gringioni.

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Old June 29th 06, 08:35 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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"Kurgan Gringioni" wrote in message
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Dumbasses -


More specifically, Gred Lemond and I invented Finite Element Analysis.
I can't take all the credit, especially since he's the one who showed
me the Virtue of Virtual accomplishments.

Too bad Trek and all those Taiwanese clone bicycle makers stole the
idea from us and marketed it to the aerospace, automobile and high rise
construction industries. *******s.


Congratulations.

--
Snippy, inventor of the Internet


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Old June 29th 06, 08:48 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Kurgan Gringioni wrote:
More specifically, Gred Lemond and I invented Finite Element Analysis.
I can't take all the credit, especially since he's the one who showed
me the Virtue of Virtual accomplishments.


Snippy Bobkins wrote:
Congratulations.
--
Snippy, inventor of the Internet


The virtual internet was invented by al gore. However if you add parallel
universes to the virtual win/accomplishment concept then you may consider
yourself an internet inventor.

Donald
ceo rbr virtual patent office



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Old June 29th 06, 09:26 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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On Thu, 29 Jun 2006 21:48:23 +0200, Donald Munro
wrote:

The virtual internet was invented by al gore. However if you add parallel
universes to the virtual win/accomplishment concept then you may consider
yourself an internet inventor.


Are these virtual Internets virtually SPAM free? If its all in your
head, are they Intranets? I starting to feel like Zippy again...

Curtis L. Russell
Odenton, MD (USA)
Just someone on two wheels...
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Old June 29th 06, 09:54 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Curtis L. Russell wrote:
On Thu, 29 Jun 2006 21:48:23 +0200, Donald Munro
wrote:


The virtual internet was invented by al gore. However if you add parallel
universes to the virtual win/accomplishment concept then you may consider
yourself an internet inventor.



Are these virtual Internets virtually SPAM free? If its all in your
head, are they Intranets? I starting to feel like Zippy again...


Of course you can have a virtual private network...
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Old June 29th 06, 09:58 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Donald Munro wrote:

The virtual internet was invented by al gore.


Why is it this myth won't die?

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Old June 29th 06, 11:30 PM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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"Earl" wrote in message
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Donald Munro wrote:

The virtual internet was invented by al gore.


Why is it this myth won't die?


Gore to receive Internet lifetime achievement award
PT May 5, 2005
NEW YORK - Al Gore may have been lampooned for taking credit in the
Internet's development, but organizers of the Webby Awards for online
achievements don't find it funny at all.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7746308/

The "Al Gore said he 'invented' the Internet" put-downs were misleading,
out-of-context distortions of something he said during an interview with
Wolf Blitzer on CNN's "Late Edition" program on 9 March 1999. When asked to
describe what distinguished him from his challenger for the Democratic
presidential nomination, Senator Bill Bradley of New Jersey, Gore replied
(in part): "During my service in the United States Congress, I took the
initiative in creating the Internet..."
http://www.snopes.com/quotes/internet.asp

--
Snippy the Boobilator, Internet Madman


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Old June 30th 06, 01:31 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Kurgan Gringioni wrote:

I invented Finite Element Analysis.


Dumbass,

Why did you stop there?

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Old June 30th 06, 01:31 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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"Kurgan Gringioni" wrote in message
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Dumbasses -


More specifically, Gred Lemond and I invented Finite Element Analysis.
I can't take all the credit, especially since he's the one who showed
me the Virtue of Virtual accomplishments.

Too bad Trek and all those Taiwanese clone bicycle makers stole the
idea from us and marketed it to the aerospace, automobile and high rise
construction industries. *******s.



Ok, Ok, all joking aside.

Go back to the summer of '94.
While the rest of Greg's GAN team mates were resting, eating, getting a
rubdown after another stage in the TdF Greg would be in there recovering
after the stage as well, but he would also be working with Algor Inc.
helping them with their FEA automatic midplane meshing CAD program.

Funny how it was 1994 that Algor Inc. was to launch their
four-node (quadrilateral) finite element mesh engine.

Ok, so Greg stepped off his bike on stage 6 on the Cote des Loges-
Marchis, kilometer number 183 from the start in Cherbourg and ended
his bid at the '94 TdF.

(side note) one day I hope to go to the 183 km point from Cherbourg
and stand on that spot on the ol Loges-Marchis and think of Greg.

I don't know who was more sad and empty that day: Otto Jacome,
Julien DeVriese, or me.

Not Lance nor any other tour rider will ever be able to say:

"I helped pioneer the first 3-D solid mesh CAD engine that creates
eight-node brick interior solid elements (hexahedrals) from a surface
mesh of four-node surface elements (Hexagen)".

And then those damn Taiwanese "tourists" book into the La Quinta
Motor Inn in Reno at about the same time that funny stuff was going
on at the Giant bicycles plant in Heredia, Costa Rica.

Someone at either the the Pittsburgh or London division of
Algor Inc. knows something what really happened with Greg,
and I'm going to find out!





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Old June 30th 06, 04:07 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Jack Maars wrote:
"Kurgan Gringioni" wrote in message
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Dumbasses -


More specifically, Gred Lemond and I invented Finite Element Analysis.
I can't take all the credit, especially since he's the one who showed
me the Virtue of Virtual accomplishments.

Too bad Trek and all those Taiwanese clone bicycle makers stole the
idea from us and marketed it to the aerospace, automobile and high rise
construction industries. *******s.



Ok, Ok, all joking aside.

Go back to the summer of '94.
While the rest of Greg's GAN team mates were resting, eating, getting a
rubdown after another stage in the TdF Greg would be in there recovering
after the stage as well, but he would also be working with Algor Inc.
helping them with their FEA automatic midplane meshing CAD program.

Funny how it was 1994 that Algor Inc. was to launch their
four-node (quadrilateral) finite element mesh engine.

Ok, so Greg stepped off his bike on stage 6 on the Cote des Loges-
Marchis, kilometer number 183 from the start in Cherbourg and ended
his bid at the '94 TdF.

(side note) one day I hope to go to the 183 km point from Cherbourg
and stand on that spot on the ol Loges-Marchis and think of Greg.

I don't know who was more sad and empty that day: Otto Jacome,
Julien DeVriese, or me.

Not Lance nor any other tour rider will ever be able to say:

"I helped pioneer the first 3-D solid mesh CAD engine that creates
eight-node brick interior solid elements (hexahedrals) from a surface
mesh of four-node surface elements (Hexagen)".

And then those damn Taiwanese "tourists" book into the La Quinta
Motor Inn in Reno at about the same time that funny stuff was going
on at the Giant bicycles plant in Heredia, Costa Rica.

Someone at either the the Pittsburgh or London division of
Algor Inc. knows something what really happened with Greg,
and I'm going to find out!



Please sell me the movie deal!!!

/d

 




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