Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Wes, seek help. I can see I lost you somewhere along the way (I did try to put the matter in context). I never said (nor did I intend to foist a fallacy upon you) that you stated that ACCS officially or unconditionally accepted you. On the contrary, I believe I was quite clear you had reservations and believed your admission was contingent on other factors. My question related back to your original post the gist of which (as you have agreed) was that you believed Wes was reporting his credentials accurately. If that is your contention, then either you believe that ACCS had officially accepted him (once again, based solely on an initial telephone call), or you believe that it is ethical and accurate to publicly present credentials prior to their being officially sanctioned. On what else could you base your opinion that Wes was being accurate? Mind you, it was not your contention that Wes thought he was being accurate, but that you thought he was. P.S. The thread where all of this originally transpired also happens to be the one where North relayed his, quite different, admission experience, and can be found here.