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Bernard, you wrote.... "There is no connection.They were meant as seperate stories,because I had previously posted a Story about the Bombers in Spain in the same room just minutes before.I didn't want to post too many threads in a ten minute span."
Perhaps I am the only person thinking that this is a pretty (really) weak explanation. You certainly didn't even mention that the two stories were unrelated..... And using your reasoning that you didn't want to post too many threads in a ten minute span, could you not have waited nine more minutes out of your busy Sunday afternoon schedule (to avoid the confusion)?
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Sorry, Bernard, I usually support most of what you write, but I see not a shred of relevance between these two.
There is no connection.They were meant as seperate stories,because I had previously posted a Story about the Bombers in Spain in the same room just minutes before.I didn't want to post too many threads in a ten minute span.
Thank you Bernard. You should of said that earlier.
You could have avoided the ENTIRE situation if you had simply and strongly stated (after the 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th post in this thread) that you did not intend and are not implying that there is any connection between the two stories. You did not. Instead, you let the thread string out for a long time and for many responses before saying that the two stories were not connected. It seems to me that it is rather weak for you to cry foul now.
I will accept your explanation that you intended no connection between the two stories. Perhaps next time be clear, if you don't want to be misunderstood. Really... what did you expect was going to happen when you placed your original post on this thread (with those two stories together)?
On to the next thread.