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Last night I cross-posted in three sections of this forum an excerpt from a home theater technical support request from another forum that seemed rather funny at the time. A few of us had a laugh at that person's expense.


While I purposefully omitted the person's name and certain relevant details, it might nevertheless have been possible for many to deduce its source. Furthermore, it does turn out that the person in question does indeed read this forum, though posts infrequently enough that I was not aware of this.


So please allow me apologize now to him for the embarrassment I've caused. Upon reflection, it's clear to me that people need to be able to ask honest questions without the threat of ridicule; after all, how else are we going to learn about this hobby we're a part of? It's a hobby that we've all entered as a beginner at one point or another.


I hope to better model a helpful fellow home theater nut to that person (and everyone else) in the future.
 

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Harry,


The whole point is not to aggrevate the situation, suffice it to say that this is a gray area issue. Reading the original thread (I even posted on the original thread) I didn't see anything wrong with it until Michael himself pointed it out to me.


I take my hat off to Michael's sensitivity issue. As soon as he realized he offended the person, he took off the thread and immediately posted an apology.


Kudos.
 

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That's OK, Harry, I don't get all my own jokes, either. :)
 
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