by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/01/26 10:01 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/01/26/7245466.aspx
The exact words:
I apologize for being so shameless.
She was subsequently assured that she had nothing to be ashamed of, since casual subconscious flirting between people slightly bored by their surroundings who would never take it any further given the genuine lack of means, motive, and opportunity does not now and would not ever constitute a reason to feel such a thing.
A smile proved this assuaged the shame. :-)
It seemed flattering, nevertheless....
But then maybe I need to get out more, Or stay in more. Or whatever.
The ears of SiaO are open, and one never knows what might be overheard....
The various characters in Unicode are ashamed at even the implied sponsorship caused by letters being used to represent the words in this post
John Cowan on 26 Jan 2008 3:59 PM:
Or maybe it didn't. Maybe the smile was just to reassure *you*, eh?
Michael S. Kaplan on 26 Jan 2008 6:45 PM:
In that case, it was a very brave and responsible thing to do and I will respect the overt intent. :-)
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