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3-25-2011 @ 5:39PM
Independent of the advice contained in Lisa's reply, it was clearly not worded in a way that would appeal to anyone. The readers will be variously shocked or assume that Lisa thinks that the writer, VT, is embellishing a one-sided story. We can only assume that because she doesn't actually say that she feels that way, and seems to be acting like an off-the-cuff unplanned raid was a scheduled event that VT did not plan for. The intended audience of the reply, presumably VT him/herself, is not going to react well to being told to get a clue, since they've already backtalked the raidleader who already said the same thing. VT, if they are the person we're assuming you think they are, will just use Robin's opinion to validate their own, and lump Lisa's in with the raid leader. I would have at least mentioned the issue of creating self-serving fictions and how that's detrimental to yourself and any relationships you form, if you suspected VT of doing that.So, who was that reply written for?
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