Caught you out again. Your ignorance is blatent...law enforcement dispatch and squads do utilize CAD which is not limited to just drawing. Contrary to your statement, officers can now access information right from their squads.<quoted text>Hey look, you tried to say I was the confused about the reputation of Louisiana being mixed up with voodoo. If you didn't care to hear the truth, you shouldn't challenge me to it. Fact is, most of the country does, indeed, associate voodoo with Louisiana. The further south you go from N'Orleans, the more voodoo exists is common belief. And like I said, this forum via MrsC, Woody and Fadeaway sure like to brag about their voodoo skills which only caters to the belief of a majority of this nation.
I wasn't a secretary, in fact, I wasn't allowed to answer the phone in case Frist called.
Who was I blackmailing? I did honest work and gave freely to the Good Guys when I opened the server for them. I've recieved plenty of death threats for my actions. None of which was blackmail.
You wanna say I was looking to cash in on my next husband. Who would that have been? Marshall Delcambre the dummy? The impotent Roland Peltier? The drunk Abby Broussard? I wasn't doing any window shopping with the merchandise offered in Abbeville, that's for sure.
Now let's get to the serious stuff. Really? Many law enforcement officials work on sophisticated CAD systems from inside their units? You and your Topix judges are hilariously ignorant. Computer Aided Drafting software is most likely NOT installed in any LEO unit. There are dozens of CAD systems, most popular is AutoCad which us professionals equate to etch-a-sketch. Then they graduate to more complicated 3-D systems, like CATIA or SolidWorks. Those system allow you to litteraly create a part in three dimensions, you tell the computer it's made of Titanium and then the system can tell you exactly how much that part will weigh and give you the exact location of center of gravity. Really important stuff when you're an engineer.
Myself, I helped design a state of the art CAD system from its infancy called Pro-Engineer. I was a master at the application. It was a very powerful system because it supported Engineering, Manufacturing and Ordering all at the same time. I'd design a part and then could send the dataset to the NC machine where my machinist, Duane, would load the material and proper bit then push a button and watch the Numerical Controlled Machine cut that part right in front of him. He'd take it off the vice and hand it to my mechanic, VPSO Deputy Kevin Fox, and Kevin would install it on the phony engine in effort to make it look real.
So, now that I've proved that you and your Topix judges are merely talking out your azz....what's your comeback? What will you try to hit me with next?
What CAD design does do is assist in engineering details, shows you your drawing in 3D etc. You're no qualified engineer and should not have been attempting to "design" anything other than your apron. You should know that IF you really have CAD experience.
See what I mean about your lies!!!!!