pzambert wrote:this only means we can routinely make fun of you!
I have the distinct feeling the mockery would occur regardless of how I lived, so I choose not to change.
pzambert wrote:so, uh, you haven't switched? speak english!
But I am speaking English. It's the special value added dialect that only attempts to appease the end user without communicating any actual information. I recognize your concerns, and yes, even some of your frustration, but at the moment I am still deeply considering all the ramifications of further disclosure. I must consider each possible avenue of information dispersement, study the cost of a potential second party distributor over inhouse development and release, determine the effect on investors, and then develop the proper media. Only once all the studies have been concluded, results discussed, and a course of action chosen, can I prepare a standard operating procedure (what those in the know prefer to call a S. O. P.) for myself. Then, if the atmosphere is receptive, I will commence with my course of action (after a few trial runs, of course).