Bad Response to Post

Bad Response to Post

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    Bad Response to Post

    i recently received a warning message in regrads to a member
    asking a question about a hammerless revo,and made a stupid
    comment asking if you have your head attached and with you all
    day. that responce was uncalled for and sorry i can't remember
    who the post was from. anyway i am sorry for my responce
    and will extent a formal apologise online sinse the comment
    was made online to the member when the mod. who informed
    me about my responcse. if this rings any bells to fellow members,
    please let me know so i can apologise to you properly.

    thank you for your time and understanding in this matter.
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    the world coming too"

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    I've been there before. Been caught too! More than once. Personally, I think it's all give and take. I figure whatever you've done has already gone by the wayside. Got a knowledgeable staff here and members who seem to be above par. It all makes us better people in the long run. In my opinion, your criticism or whatever it was has been taken into account and surely there are no hard feelings. I figure your family here thinks no less of you for doing whatever you did. They very well might have done the same thing in your shoes. Kudos to you for making a public apology here in the forum.

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    Commendable to offer the public apology. Even though we're all rather anonymous here, it's still good character. I didn't read that post but good for you. I think we've all probably gotten a bit flippant at times. After all, it's easy to do with emails and posts. We all tend to think more before speaking when looking someone face to face. Plus it's easier to get offended on line because you can see the face when whatever was said was said.

    Good form.....

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    Very admirable of you to make a public apology.
    No need to fret about it though. Tomorrow is always a brand new day.
    Hopefully now you can just put it behind you and enjoy being a part of the forum again.
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    I have done some stupid things here, too. We all have. Humility is an admirable trait.
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    Ahhhhh yes, the taste of crow---well it's not as good a turkey, but look at the bright side, once you eat it, it's gone, nothing to haunt you any more.

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    Most people who live in manors practice good manners, in my experience...

    Way to step up, glock27mark.
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    You just showed a lot of class. We need more polite public discourse in this country and less media-fired impolite verbal sparring. Thank you for your humility.
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    Very nice.....

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    Firefox has a built in spell checker, maybe it should have a manner checker too..
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    Hey, you are not in this by yourself. We have all stepped on our tongues at one time or another; speaking from experience. As in a previous post, all is forgiven, and today is a new day.

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    Has happened to me as well. Maybe I'm wrong, and I definately did deserve to be warned at that particular point, but, IMHO I've always felt that in life as well as here if your not in trouble once in a while you probably are not very actively involved ie. participating. Good to admit your mistakes. Bad to think you can or should be perfect.

    Your better than OK in my book for what that's worth.

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    The old saying, "It takes a big man to admitt when he is wrong" well thats even more true today than ever before.
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    Been there, done that...

    Always feels better to be a little humble. Takes courage. Good job!
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    A sharp salute to you.
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