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Old 04-03-2017, 01:02 AM   #5
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I'm not an English major or teacher, so I don't know if my opinion holds any academic weight...

To me, saying "it's my business" is a more polite way than telling someone else that "it's none or your business" and that "it's not your business". All convey a common sentiment.

An even more professionally polite/politically correct way of expressing the same thought would be to say "Thanks for sharing your opinion; I'll take that under advisement." LOL
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