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After sitting down and reflecting on my rather scathingly sarcastic reply, I decided, that in the interest of civility, I would retract my words. Obviously, they have been read, and so, are no longer required.

This tactic of switching to Anonymous Monk just to fire off some heated complaint is really quite irritating. If you have any specific comments that can be expressed in a civil manner, I'm sure you wouldn't need to bother with such tactics. I'd like to think that a simple /msg could do the job, as this is really just cluttering up the main thread.

I honestly don't understand why the removal and reinsertion of less than a half-dozen lines of text is causing so much fuss. The end result contains everything the original did, and more.

In reply to (OT) Post Edit Response by tadman
in thread (OT) Interview questions -- your response? by Ovid

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