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Old 04-27-2011, 08:05 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by giligson View Post
I completely get where you are coming from. Its just when writing to a forum, what may seem witty or "to the point" on one end can look hostile on the other.
Generally the discussions on this forum have been congenial even when heated.
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I know, I know. No fighting on the internets. Just his comment irked me because I actually found something useful from that comment and it was returned with a wry statement.

To the above poster,
Thanks for putting it in here for relevance. Good info.
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