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May 16, 2018
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Viqsi</b></div><div>Or y'all can offer sheet him and we can have our own "will we match? yes/oui" tweet. I mean, while we're reopening and salting old wounds...</div></div>
OH NO! I wasn't pouring salt on an open wound! I was just stating facts. Literally meant no offense with that statement.
It can be challening to infer meaning from written communication: with the absence of intonation, tone, inflection, etc., words that a writer may feel are innocuous might be taken as mean-spirited, harmful, deriding, or negative. This can happen anywhere - through emails, text messages, or even in forums. If there was any offense taken, please know that I did not mean anything by it.
Honestly, I have no skin in the game. These websites are fun, but I think we spend ENTIRELY too much time worrying about what millionaire managers are going to do with millionaire players. It's fun, but I try not to take this too seriously. I have zero rooting interest in either team, but I am not quite sure anything said here would make me mad enough to say something negative about someone else or someone elses team ( <em>maybe</em> if they were a Leaf's fan...JK! Love the fans of the Buds, too).
Look no further than the great Key and Peele for an example of this type of confusion: <div class="yt_out_cont"><div class="yt_cont"><iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/naleynXS7yo" frameborder="0"></iframe></div></div>Text Message Confusion