Hmmm. <br>Well, Kate, since you're not accepting PMs, I guess I'll say this here (especially since you seem to be in favor of public disclosures). You are correct that my wherabouts and place of business are no secret. However, the url you posted is not listed anywhere on my website, 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 expected — from you especially — the courtesy of a note (my email address is also in plain site) first, asking if I minded you posting my work information. Had you done so, I'd have asked you not to, but it's a done deal now.<br><br>You obviously place a value on your own privacy — since you choose not to accept PMs here — so I don't understand why you'd take anyone else's any less seriously.<br><br>I still love ya Kate, but I really wish you's been a little slower on the trigger this time.<br><br>/rant/<br><br>
<br><br>steve,<br>your resume is on your web site. the first listing 2002 -<br><br>has your position, your employer, and underneath 2 or 3 web sites.<br><br>i reiterate, since it is in your profile, i didn't think you were keeping anything secret. anyone here could have done what i did. i of course regret i did it now.<br><br>you have made your work information available to anyone reading your profile and your web site information. i never dreamed i was violating any breach of courtesy.<br><br>i have never emailed you. people have expressed how busy you are anyway, and would not have even considered it (even if i thought it necessary).<br><br>i believe you overreacted towards me, but that is your prerogative. i feel no ill will toward you. i intended no malice and still regard you as a very sincere, humorous participant in the forums.<br><br>i don't know why you felt it necessary to attack me. so be it. the reason i do not accept PM's is explained in the MC forum, and I'm not going into it again here, except to say I felt it fosters an "us" and "them" attitude in times of unrest (this is an opinion for myself) and thus I do not participate in them.<br><br>good luck on your job. nice of you to stop by and visit with those who have missed you dearly.<br><br>Not sure I love ya, Steve, but whatever.<br><br>Kate<br><br>
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