i don't know many things. what he was thinking - such cheerful insensitivity - or whether i should trust so freely. and for that matter do i have the right to be upset? i have to admit it was kind of satisfying watching through the glass later. i like my little bubble, please don't burst it. :
*hugs* I know you weren't so detailed about what happened, but I think I understand, and I know how it feels. You have every right to feel upset at insensitivity and rudeness. No one should have to endure that with a smile on one's face. Sometimes it helps to grow a tough, leathery skin -- sometimes people break through, but then the wounds begin to heal faster. It shouldn't have to be that way at all, but, that's how it is, unfortunately.
Hope this helped somehow, and apologies if it didn't, or whether I was off the mark.
Like I said on Sat. He's a twat.
I've met him half a dozen times, and each time he's done/said something innappropraite to me and pissed me off. Including on sat too.
He seems to have the connection missing that put brain in motion before mouth in gear. I can't think of anyone who even vaguely matters who'd give a toss about anything he says.
That said, I can understand why you are upset. I hope I helped chear you up (the incident at firebug amused me).
Oh and paper!
I actually have a fair bit of A2 plain white, 2 part used pads of plain A3, and 3 part used pads of A3 with wire binding. so the pages don't tear out neatly. and a hardback A4 wire bound book of plain black.
Let me know what you want and I'll bring it over sometime this week.