It sounds very reasonable to me.
I can't imagine how
you have answered the same questions with the same answers.
It just gets old after a while. The newbies will still be
confused by your answer (no change there :)
but someone that has the time, patience and experience will
surely fill in the details.
Some times there are too many details floating around here.
I would still find it helpful to find your notes, just in case I
did not see an obvious flaw.
On the same token, dont feel that you have to respond to
the same questions over and over. I think there are
enough users here that somebody will answer the more trivial
questions. Just reply to what you like. It is not like
you need points Saint merlyn
Beside I guess you could always edit your sig to apologize
in advance for curt/confusing responses :)
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