7 Jun 2002 bytesplit   » (Journeyer)

ChipX86, I am asking for a genuine apology...

not some "I am sorry but I do not understand what I did wrong" cop-out. You very clearly know what you did that was malicious. Care to have me spell it out, again?

Why is it that you feel compelled to continue this shenanigan of "all you have to do is ask an OP politely" when you know very clearly that I did ask politely, but none of the OP's felt there was a need to respond to my request of being allowed to both sit in the channel AND participate in the conversation? Please explain.

Again, two of the deals to this agreement were that (a) you remove your past articles that mentioned my name or were about me; and (b) you apologize.

I have seen neither of those done, therefore I can only assume that you don't know the difference between right and wrong, treating people fairly and unfairly. Furthermore, I must assume that you know clearly that what you did was wrong.

Please explain to the rest of us how you translated a statment of protecting my rights "do not steal my photos again or I will take you to court" into a so-called threat. Are you telling me that if a police officer tells you "if I catch you speeding again, I will give you a ticket instead of a warning", that you feel the police officer were a troll or a threat to society? It's called the law ... and respect ... Christian. And, I pity you for your feeling that you have everything to lose by apologizing for what you did, and that instead you must try to sound like you are sorry while in the same breath telling yourself that you will never apologize.

Until I hear an apology from you this won't go away. Make it easy for all of us, Christian. Do the right thing. Apologize like you know what you are apologizing for. It isn't that difficult.

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