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Re: courtesy and respect - random thoughts

Poster: "Greg Lindahl" <lindahl@pbm.com>

> his highness presented two opinions in his message - one about insurance
> and the other about the comparison between the cost of membership & the
> cost of dinner out.  tibor offered an interpretation of the insurance
> which disagreed with his highness's opinion.  does this constitute a
> public slight?

Disagreement isn't automatically a public slight. The manner in which
one disagrees, or even agrees, can be a public slight. Personally, one
thing that I do do around royalty is to disagre with them only with my
most careful speech, because I find that treating royalty that way is
fun. It's not really a matter of courtesy, which should be extended to

Gregory Blount
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