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At about this point in the conversation I tip the bartender and walk out.
I think the most offensive element in this entire thread is the
constant quibbling by both sides of the needless argument. If I've
learned anything from this thread, it's not to bother sharing anything
outside of techcomm with this list. I don't particularly care for a
community in which one person's mistake (for which he apologized)
becomes a springboard for quibbling over the mundane. The apology
landed 18 hours ago, folks. Get over yourselves.
Anyhoo... I'm done until a decent techcomm-relevant thread comes
along. Have fun waving your flags and shouting into your bullhorns.
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