If you read the “Read Me” page on my web site, you will find that I tell visitors that there are errors in the web site and that I will correct them if they are brought to my attention. I tell people that, when my information contradicts their instructors' information, that they should do research, ask questions, and decide for themselves, and that, until they decide, that they should go with the information presented by their instructors. I tell visitors to be skeptical of all information they find on the Internet, even information presented in TKDTutor.com. All my information is free, so, if you do not agree with it, you have not lost anything.
While I was in the process of answering your email, I received a link request from Mr. XX, I went to his web site, viewed all the pages, and read all the information on him and his school. The information appeared legitimate so I added a link to his school. I am sorry that I took the time to evaluate and approve the link request from one of your associates before I finished the reply to you; I did not realize that you had priority.
Before your emails, I knew nothing about you or your organization. Now, from the statements you made in your emails, I still know nothing about your organization, but I have learned a lot about your personality.
I am sorry I offended you. I am sorry I even responded to your email.