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Sorry. I did miss the .uk e-mail address - it isn't obvious in the vanilla view of the posting that Google groups gives me. The point remains that the message - as posted - doesn't identify the country in which the telephone number is valid.
I apologise for identifying the poster as an American moron - I should have remembered that British employment agencies also employ morons, since I met enough of them in my time in England.
Perhaps I'm wrong to assume that you are a Republican - though you are certainly dumb enough to qualify - but you have definitively demonstrated that you have a blind spot, which means that you have been out-thought by someone whom you believe to be an idiot. Congratulations, sucker.
I don't seem to share your problems with muscular coordination.
You must live in an interesting community. Where I come from, worms aren't seen as intellectual competitors, but the Republican right in America would seem to be less ambitious - I can't say I'm surprised.
No, we agree that you think I'm an idiot - a subtle distinction, and one that you seem ill-equipped to appreciate.
My environment happens to be free of broken mirrors. A more intelligent interlocutor might have refrained from inserting "apparently" into a sentence which in fact consists of a speculation about an environment he's never seen.
If you say so. Only an idiot would try to read that implication into my sentence, but idiots are insensitive to the more subtle aspects of the use of words.
It is unlikely - but not impossible - that someone posting from a UK address might be an American. For example, I'm an Australian, posting from what is - in fact - a Dutch address. Posting a national telephone number (without the country code - +44 for the UK, +1 for the USA) to an international forum is a stupidity exhibited more often by Americans than any other nationality. Before you get too excited about my asinine assumptions, you might think about your own.