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September 06, 2011

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The Stiletto

I agree with Toby, and would like to add that her reaction shows she thinks she *could've* said it, which is almost as informative had she actually said it. When she asked for the transcript it was likely to bolster her contention that her comment had been misinterpreted, and only after she got the transcript she found out the remark had been completely misattributed.

Toby

So she was not telling the truth when she said that her remarks has been "misinterpreted"? This is interesting, because it shows that she (mistakenly) accepted that she had said it, then proceeded to ignore the obvious meaning of the words she thought she had said, and then obfuscated with a cliche to seek to evade that obvious meaning...

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