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jschell30-Jan-22 7:08
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endo funk wrote:
Tsk tsk... that type reaction is IMO simply a reflection on an inability to grok


Tsk tsk...That reply suggests one or more of the following
1. You did not read the original post
2. You didn't care what the original post asked.
3. You don't understand the context of what student might mean in the original post.

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