Of course I remember that other discussion, more than anything else because I got extremely irritated, and I shouldn't.
Except, if you mean that you shouldn't remember it instead of shouldn't got irritated.
In any case, the worst I said was that I had wasted my time with you and implied that you were not aware of some user scenarios other than your own ("break your bubble, dude").
The funny thing is that I'm pretty sure the other person involved in that thread and myself don't keep any bad feelings against each other,
while you do (funny because with you it was mostly an OKish conversation).
Obviously, the conversation was OKish from my part only.
I'm not going to give you any bullshit: I would've never apologized for saying what I said by then. Now, despite that I still don't consider it to be a grave insult, I don't want to hit your wall everytime you post something. So: sorry about that one.
I'm not easily offended yotambien but I'm not a kid either to play with words and such and to accept childish behaviour when I speak with sense.
The things are simple and clear. You feel you are wrong? Then you go on and apologize without the trics of the language. It's a more mature action rather than the no action at all.
On the other hand you feel that you're not wrong? Then you don't waste your time with easily offended people.
For sure you can not combine both cases by saying, ok I was not wrong but I still apologize while I shouldn't.