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This tactic of switching to Anonymous Monk just to fire off some heated

Nobody switched, I *am* an anonymous monk.

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.

Changing history is never a good idea. I read a thread, see something I wish to discuss (correct, disagree with, concur with, whatever), and by the time I've composed my response and refreshed the page, an entire chunk of your dialogue is no longer there, and my response no longer makes any sense. But I still have some thing to say, so I recompose, and you re-edit, and again I'm left talking to a ghost.

I may be anonymous, but I have better things to do with my time than to chase your changing words. So I ask you, will you stand behind your words or should I (and anyone else who values their time) simply ignore your ephermal scratchings on this site?


In reply to Re: Re: Re: (OT) Interview questions -- your response? by Anonymous Monk
in thread (OT) Interview questions -- your response? by Ovid

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