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> ad) but how such an ad posting is handled. John is a long-time,
> well-respected member of this community, and I should have
> contacted him offlist instead of publicly. His posting
> privileges have been reinstated. John, please accept my apology
> for overreacting.
Lisa. Thank you. I guess everyone learned something through this,
including the people on this for the correct way to handle this
situation if, god forbid, it happens to anyone else.
As a side note, I want to thank everyone who came to my rescue and
also to those who sent me emails of encouragement and advice, both on
and off list.
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