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Angel I am sorry
By brian_c
12/17/2010 9:27:10 AM
edited 1st email i sent to you:
Angel,

I do not know you and Barm personally. It is not who you think it is. I've never met you. I am sorry. I looked you up because we thought we might know you guys; you have similar stories to some friends of ours that go to PASG with us. Please don't get paranoid. I live nowhere near you and intend no harm to you or your family. I am not a hacker or a criminal. My conscience is very pricked because of the hurt I caused you.
I thought I'd have fun with the post because I saw you were having fun, but
then I admit it got inflammatory. That was extremely rude of me and I apologize. I meant no harm. I love you.
You have been a great help to us and many others on ldsar.org. If I would have left out the personal info (your pets' names, which I only know because you gave it out elsewhere online) perhaps I wouldn't have hurt you so much because you wouldn't have suspected your friend's husband. Your family is always in my prayers.
I pray that you will forgive me.

2nd email:

Angel and Barm,

My post was not aimed at hurting you as you stated. I do get carried away. I saw the need for comic relief initiated by you and your husband. I hope you can forgive me. I hope the only hurtful thing is the scare that you thought I knew you personally. You and I did consider each other to be friends on my other screen name. I hope not to lose that caring friendship I see now that my humor was tasteless but there was no aim to hurt you. I am so sorry. My soul grieves over this. You are a wonderful family.

Sincerely,

B

Comments:

Dr. Weisse    
"We have all gone overboard in criticizing Dr. Weisse. That's really who I was meaning to flame. I was still disrespectful. I am sorry."
posted at 09:32:46 on December 17, 2010 by brian_c
Thats character Brian    
"I respect you for this."
posted at 11:13:43 on December 17, 2010 by ruggaexpat
give your real name    
"I don't . Use your rea/fake online name if you really want to be honest.

Game over"
posted at 11:37:09 on December 17, 2010 by Anonymous
^ what??    
"..."
posted at 12:38:55 on December 17, 2010 by They speak
I am glad you are apologizing    
"It makes me feel safer on this site( that no one will make fun of things that are sacred for me). Thanks Brian"
posted at 12:46:57 on December 17, 2010 by crushed
Anonymous what?    
"Game over. You lose. Practice what you preach.

Mr Brian, way to go. We all hope we get to keep Angel, Barm, & Preemie."
posted at 13:02:49 on December 17, 2010 by BeClean
Good for you, Brian!    
"It takes humility to admit when you're wrong. I don't know why an anonymous user would expect you to reveal your actual identity, but I agree with Beclean that the anon should practice what it preaches."
posted at 15:20:51 on December 17, 2010 by ETTE
We all admit our faults.    
"I forgive. I appreciate your candor. I do miss the Angels."
posted at 15:35:42 on December 20, 2010 by lawrence
Question Brian    
"Your apology is very nice, but why didn't you just ask the people in your group if they were on the blog? Why search them out? It sounds sneaky to me. I read the blog the day you wrote it (where is it now? can't find it) and it was very mean because you were making fun of Angel and her family in a very biting way."
posted at 23:19:52 on December 20, 2010 by Anonymous


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