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I would not have posted "apparently stole" in a public message.
Thank you, David.
Why did you append "thank you" to that statement if you didn't feel peeved?
I read it as, "Thanks for telling me the obvious as if I didn't know it."
> I'm sorry that it didn't even occur to me to ask your
> permission before posting what still seems like a perfectly
> harmless, congenial, professional exchange to the list, since
> the subject matter was entirely related to the original
> message on the list.
> I didn't see anything private about your words or mine.
> I certainly wasn't threatened (?!?) by anything you wrote.
> I intended no offense, either in my message or in failing to
> ask before posting it. I'll be more careful in the future.
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