i set up a room called bp peeps that can only be accessed by invitation only, so people can't intrude on us. so if anyone is interested, go join and give me your id and i will invite you. just make sure that when you sign up, set your status to offline. i just got on and am getting hit on already. lol
I joined it this morning from an invite from Sky, but I don't know how to search for friends, let alone subscribe to a board ... I'll have to fiddle with it some more this afternoon, and may need some help. =/
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So you have total control over the chat room? No weirdos? Remember when I first joined WebMD, when they had a chat room, I was on with you and some perverted pig came in and that was the end of the chat room for me. lol.
Ok, I know, I have a million questions. Thats because I never read Computers For Dummies cause I was too dumb to understand it. lol. Anyways, I can not find your chat room. I know its private but isn't there a way to find private rooms?
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