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There was no lecture. If you feel "lectured" and chastised, perhaps you are beginning to think you were wrong and the chorus right.

You asked a question in a web forum, you can expect to get opinions that differ from your own. When you don't mention that you had a repair professionally done, you can also expect that folks will take you at your word, i.e. that YOU made the repair.

When you find anybody who thinks your keel needs more bolts, anybody at all, just let the rest of us horrid lecturers know how wrong we all are. And of course, all the folks who say your standing rigging would be a priority (insurers among them) must just be out to sell you something.
I see your skills go into psychoanalysis. Feeling wrong. No one is saying I'm wrong. Just that I don't need them. Take a look at your post. You're trying to tell me what I should and should not be doing.

And still you persist. I'm not asking anyone if I need more bolts.

You're the only on who brought up standing rigging. Where did that come from? Just kind of evaluating my boat overall. Any charge for this service?

Mostly I guess you could not really answer the questions so decided just to throw out some words.

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I asked about staggering the bolts versus side by side; how far down into the lead to go. The concerns were about the way I was doing it not that I should do it.
No, you said......

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.......or have anything to add that would help?
The help you received was that you were wasting your time. That's the kind of help I would appreciate getting. I have plenty of other things on my list. If you don't want it, I'm good with that. Your post implied you did.
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The help you received was that you were wasting your time. That's the kind of help I would appreciate getting. I have plenty of other things on my list. If you don't want it, I'm good with that. Your post implied you did.
The help I was looking for was about how I was installing the bolts. I wasn't looking for thoughts on whether I'm wasting my time. Never asked if I thought they were needed, did I?
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Goodness sakes.

Good luck.
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