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Posted by: Teacherman () on Mon Aug 20 19:46:02 2007


Shawn,

Your statement....

"The bat remains cocked or stays at a 90 degree relationship with the lead arm while the hips start"

...is totally meaningless to this discussion. You continually bring up points that show you have no idea what we're talking about.

The 90 degree relationship is in no way compromised with THT nor is it compromised with the Second Engine.

Please stay on point.


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