No sense in beating it to death Kate, and no one attacked you. But I do have the right to express my disappointment that you took it upon yourself to do for this constituancy what you have already pointed out they could have done for themselves — if that information were even that important to them. <br><br>Yes, my resume is on my site, and the first line item is my present position and the names of three of my clients (not web sites). And I repeat, anyone who was that curious could have located the information on their own, so why not just let them do so?<br><br>Sorry if you take that as an "attack".<br><br>
"so I assume you looked at my resume there, and then did a search or took a guess at my employer's web address. Not private information by any stretch. However, I would have "<br><br>the name of the company and the 3 words of the company make the web site. I did not do any searching as you are trying to intimate I sleuthed you out!! Not going to beat this to death either, but people were asking about you, discussing a dear friend, i once considered you a dear friend, i passed on what i'd seen, just as Marg passed on info from an email she rec'd from you. <br><br>Innocent.<br><br>"And I repeat, anyone who was that curious could have located the information on their own, so why not just let them do so?"<br><br>And, for the last time, I repeat, I was not trying to divulge the national secrets, just passing along information already freely available to the world. When we talk about something in a post, usually we give a reference to a source so the world doesn't have to look it up, but they MAY if they want.<br><br>Attack -- yes, you just did it again when saying "why not just let them do so?" I didn't think I was doing anything criminal. I was discussing a former forum poster with now forum posters who is in a public job with the info contained right in this forum profile lists.<br><br>how could something so innocent become so vile?<br><br><br>wow -- you shure have knocked the wind out of my sails, but I'll recover. Success in your work and life. <br><br>
Steve! Dude!<br><br>Good to see you and your hypnotic Apple hat back on the scene!<br><br>There was definitely a void with you gone...try not to stay away TOO much...<br><br>I think you'll find the attitude in here a LOT more lax...stick around!<br><br>[color:orange]Hey! Wait a 'minute'....</font color=orange>
I used to give the address to the White House when the Radio Shack dude asked me for my address. Amazingly the light never went on when I said "Haywood J. Blomee,1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC, 20500.<br>But now I have a new address to use.<br><br>
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