Actually, I wasn't referring to you as shrill. Maybe a shill, but
definitely not shrill.  ;-)

I, on the other hand, have occasionally been known to be shrill. But I'm
either getting better at it, or everyone's getting used to it, because
they don't seem to complain as much. Even Stephen Beecroft can put up
with me nowadays.  

As for the arrogant, smug, and self-righteous; you forgot to add
pseudo-intellectual.  All the wonderful qualities that one tends to find
on Internet email lists....

I retired one year ago from the USAF, and have moved to the suburbia of
Indianapolis. It's where my wife is originally from.  A lot of liberals
in the city, but I don't hang out there too much, so they don't have much
chance to contaminate me.  ;-)

I'm an office manager for a company that makes components for race cars. 
So, when you see those Indy or Nascar cars zoom by your television
screen, chances are my company has made some of that stuff.

K'aya K'ama,

Gerald (Gary) Smith     
[EMAIL PROTECTED]         LDS Evidences,
Family History, Food Storage, etc.

Ron wrote: 
Thanks for the welcome and kind words...although just what the heck were
wondering about me the other day? <grin> Shrill? Me shrill? Someone on
list is calling me, shrill?  Is the kettle black too? <grin> Remind me of
the qualities of a "temple" voice? I assume the qualities include
warmth and helpfulness. I also assume they don't include arrogance,
and self-righteousness. Have I got it right?  Where are you these days,
Brother Smith?
Ron Scott

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