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I'm sorry, Michele. I wasn't trying to be nasty. I was just responding to what David wrote. I misunderstood and was under the impression that the interviewers saw the verbiage from the web site, and I thought that was inappropriate for an interview. I thought you showed them something with that description then wondered why they took offense.
That's what I get for starting to read a thread in the middle then trying to back track later to figure out what was going on.
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> I've already agreed that the website needed to come down because the
> verbiage was risque, so you're being redundant and I think
> kind of nasty
> and the uber empyre
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