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Thank you and I hope this is non-obfustigated, as I have to confess to a vocabulary malfunction in my brain on that one:

-6DecadesOld (May 11, 2017, 12:22 AM)
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I think he meant non-obfuscated (or perhaps was making a riff on that?), so you didn't miss anything.
-wraith808 (May 11, 2017, 07:23 AM)
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Yes...I totally meant to do that....Honest! ;D

tomos, your question about why I am willing to spend the time and money to ask for some sort of accountability is a difficult one.  Some reason I hadn't really asked myself that since this all started and I saw your question yesterday, I think, and had trouble with an answer.  But then something happened a few hours ago and I have some bits of the answer.  It is in two parts, and I will place the link here instead of copying everything here and cluttering up the thread with my thoughts.

The first post that link should take you to was discovery number three of a canned response that contract worker fed to a Google customer (I refer to everyone using Gmail as a customer.)  - -  and then a bit after that you will see another post further down where I went even further with my thoughts, and those are a tad bit of an answer to your question, tomos.

EDIT:  I wrote that incorrectly.  The second post I wanted you to look at was in the thread where I found canned response number 2, here:

^ @6DecadesOld, I will have a look when I get a chance (time short right now), but it was more me thinking out loud, and saying it was something for you to think about and decide for yourself.
It's easy to spend a *lot* of time and energy in that kind of situation without thinking about it beforehand, so it's good you've done that :up:


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