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Thanks and Apologies

My biggest irritation with text-based communication is that a lot of vital information gets lost.  Inflection, connotation, intensity, sarcasm, etc. are all very difficult to convey without audible or face-to-face visual cues.  It takes a lot of work on both ends of a lively discussion to push through that barrier.

Yesterday, during that interminably long discussion regarding the Stokley touchdown, I must have seemed near-trollish.  I run a 60-70 hour per week schedule and I just don't get the time to swing by here as much as I'd like, so I don't get the chance to be a familiar part of the conversation flow.  To suddenly show up and string out a debate like that can easily be irritating, and I understand that.

So, given those two factors, I want to express a heartfelt thanks to everybody who participated in the discussion.  I really appreciated it.

Also, fully realizing that I may have come off poorly to some, I wish to express a sincere apology .  I certainly did not intend to aggravate, anger, irritate, annoy, bother, or just plain piss off anybody.

[FYI, this post has no bearing on the actual contents of that debate.  I'm not going to say a single word about the debate itself and am not interested in right/wrong here.  I just wanted to step back for a second and be sure we're all in the clear.]

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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