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Re: the term 'pdoc' friesandcoke

Posted by fleeting flutterby on August 7, 2009, at 11:01:58

In reply to Re: the term 'pdoc', posted by friesandcoke on August 7, 2009, at 0:08:56

> I never thought I would find myself laughing at some of the answers to an issue that I raised which is "important" to me. But a couple of the replies here were so defensive and I knew that going in...that it would put some on edge because the term "pdoc" is widely accepted. I am really proud of myself for being able to laugh instead of seeking to retaliate with insulting replies.<,

---flutterby: Ouch. I thought all the replies to you seemed to be important as well, I bet they were to the owner of each post. I don't understand why you emphasize "important" just for you??.....-- and to have you say "you laughed" at a person's sincerity in reaching out to you and trying to help you--
well, I have nothing further to say.

 

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