Well, sir, now that I ammore clear about your thought process, I concede that perhaps the phrasing ofmy original question was indeed somewhat overly limited in scope, probably dueto the depth of my inexperience, however in the meantime your last response leavesme completely without any direction as towards your wishes - specifically thenew, aka expanded, aka, “answer what I mean, not what I ask”, question remainsunanswered, and no indication is given as to what action you expect from me?
I see the following possibleavenues:
Please advise - whichaction you envision me taking as the next step in this rather rivetingexchange? Please be advised – I do not understand hints and subtleties, evenwhen I happen to know for a fact it is a subtle hint.
P.S. If you honestlyexpect me to pay $50 for you simply typing “In VA”… I do not expect a full hourof your time, but having at something like 26.37 minutes of meaningful conversationis not unreasonable.
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