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Engaging in a litte open-minded debate may just lead to something worthwhile.

LOL ;-) I seem to remember answering a question that you *hadn't* asked a while back which led to increasing child like indignation (probably more on my part than yours) and as you say with the result that you end up irritating the questioner as much as he has irritated you

I would have included a link if I was not so embarrased by my childishness - I blame that bottle of red wine. Again.

cheers

tachyon

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In reply to Re: Re: On Answering Questions by tachyon
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