|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 8||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 5|
|Comment||Surely you must be joking with a rating titled politeness. Are we using mental telepathy or perhaps reading each others thoughts. I can only imagine the sincere warmth and kindness we each felt as you graciously typed back your response to me. Be serious here unless you used profanity or insulted the person using the system for their question, there would be nothing to rate for politeness. Can't rate what I have no knowledge of, sorry. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR HELPING OUT WITH THIS SERVICE. IT IS NEEDED.|
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