Nobody is disagreeing with anything in your post or in James post either.
We are, like you say, reemphasizing what has been posted over and over. Every post, as I read it, agrees with and adds tothe last.
“An unskilled and half blind electrologist will damage a clients skin no matter what kind of epilator they use. If you’re in business, use the best tools in conjunction with those super honed practitioner skills and the clients will keep coming and referring their friends and relatives and life will be so happy.”
I am glad you said this. It can’t be said enough.
We all love word processing over typewriters.
In many areas people don’t have access to an electrologist period. So they hardly have the option of choosing the equiptment used by the nearest electrologist. I don’t think a person should forgo electrology because the lastest isn’t available to them. Nor do I think that they should do it themselves because the local electrologist doesn’t have the latest. BUT THIS IS WHAT IS HAPPENING.
My post references the misuse of terms such as micro, and pico AND I EMPASIZE THAT I START BY SAYING JAMES USES THESE TERMS HE IS NOT RESPONISBLE FOR THE MISUSE OF THESE TERMS.
Sorry you took it so personal. Or perhaps you should go back and reread. As I qualified my post with a disclaimer saying I am not blaming James:he is not resposible for the misnomers. Have I emphasized this enough?
So here it is again. Micro is generally used, accurately, to describe something very small. But when used in the denominator of a fraction it has a very specific meaning. So here they are again.
millisecond 1/1000, microsecond 1/1,000,000. nanosecond 1/1 x 10^-9. picosecond 1/1 x 10^ -12.
This absolutely has no bearing on anybodies ablility to do electrolysis what so ever. Nor does it change the “greatness” of any epilator. It just grates on my nerves like something like “ain’t got no” might annoy an English teacher. Example: I ain’t got no money for a new epilator (so I am considering a loan, but I very much want a second generation so I am waiting).
I’m defining terms thats all, least they should be misused.
As James seems to be a stickler user, or lover of vernacular, I suspect he will adopt these new terms into his vocabulary.
Now, see how easy it is to misconstrue a post? Potential clients misconstrue all the time. And so do I. That is why it is reasked and reposted.