I was just trying to get you back to the subject.
If you remember, BillGates mentioned people not wanting to touch someone else's touchscreen.
I replied that he and his users touch a lot of other shared objects -inferring that the germs found on those objects are no different from what would be found on a touchscreen.
You took my statement "That which doesn't kill you makes you strong." on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
I apologize if I tried to get you closer to the my point.
I will avoid responding to your digressions from now on.
I really wanted to talk about Windows 8.
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