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Question #89065 posted on 03/02/2017 10:51 p.m.
Q:

Heeeeey. I submitted Board Question #88631 all the way back on December 15. I was then told in Board Question #88827 that it would be answered " soon". I am now asking this question more than a month since my second question was posted. When will the first question be published? Usually I don't care waiting, um, over two months for a well-written, thought-provoking answer, but my experience with answers held over for this long are usually two lines in a similar fashion to this thinking: "I don't know the answer to this question but we held it for that long anyways because nobody got around to it." SO, if it's just sitting there because the original writer got too busy, got too tired of researching, or whatever, could someone just post the answer, even with the one or two lines that may or may not be written? Thanks.

-My Name isn't Here

A:

Dear Anonymous,

It's my fault that that question went over for so long, I'm sorry. I thought it looked interesting when I saw it in the inbox and put a placeholder there, and then life got insanely busy and your question was put on the back burner. Every once in a while I would research something for it, but I never had enough time to put anything together into a cohesive answer. When Anathema saw this question she bailed me out by finally giving you an answer, for which I am very grateful. So, I'm sorry for holding your question over, and I hope you can forgive me and not hate the Board forevermore.

-Alta