Good catch. Thanks. I'm in the process of reviewing the other posts now.
I just got lazy. Although to be honest I'm not a stickler for indentation style. My company, Prestwood Software, is a general development company and we see so many different styles (and use of a non-standard style) that indentation is more of a luxury than a necessity. I just tell my developers to fit in as best they can which is easier, of course, when K&R, Berkeley, or any of the others are in use. For new projects we have more influence but even then many of our clients have coding standards for us to follow. Going forward I will strive for consistency online.