To be clear I'm not stalking you, I just wanted to know who your employer was that would actually do such a thing. I'm absolutly appaled now that I see thier product offering that they would think your work is a competing product. But I understand your decision, even if it's not the perfect world one. I respect your decision to not disclose your company name (I only found it because half my job is using Google to find arcane facts), and I have to say you kept it well covered for someone who didn't know you personally.
If you do disapear, I will miss you. Even though you were just another poster to me, you were always one of the better informed ones, and someone I had great respect for. In any case, good luck!
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