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cognizantchance
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« Reply #15 on: June 29, 2004, 03:17:19 PM »

No, I was trying to allow for the variety of human behavior.  In contrast, posting that I was disingenuously trying to grab attention with an insincere apology, is discounting the words that I type in favor of an alternate interpretation, that I know to be baseless (please note that i do not accuse you of this, greyorm). People who read this have my statement to work with, at least. My decision to apologize did not have the advantage of prior statements from Ron to consider. It was in fact exactly the opposite of what you surmise. Because, I do not know in advance of Ron's response, what it will be, I attempted to create some discourse and hopefully a moderated overall response.

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greyorm
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« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2004, 10:19:03 AM »

Quote from: cognizantchance
In contrast, posting that I was disingenuously trying to grab attention with an insincere apology, is discounting the words that I type in favor of an alternate interpretation, that I know to be baseless (please note that i do not accuse you of this, greyorm).

No, no, I wasn't; thank you for noticing! I know it might be read that way, but the real point of the analogy I gave is that the boyfriend doesn't think he's doing anything more than apologizing, either. He's not being insincere. The girlfriend, however, doesn't see it as an apology, because he's got all this other stuff in there that isn't apology.

Consider me the girlfriend here, I just don't see it as an apology. Maybe that's why Ron reacted the way he did, as well, though obviously I can't speak for him. You've clarified what you meant now, so, sure, ok. I get where you're coming from, and that you mean it to be an apology.

I've nothing else to say here, really. Like I said, I thought it was an amusing commentary, and the results of it rather ironic.
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