Okay, how many days in a row now have we had double daily posts/????? I don't know if it's my stupid computer or what!!!! Maybe it's webmd's way to secretly drive us even more crazy by making us choose between our friends??? UGH!!!! Getting really sick and tried of this bs!!! How about you guys???
I'm even having trouble seeing posts....as in I need to completely reload the page or I see what it looked like YESTERDAY. And that's after I've logged in and read a few things. It's incredibly annoying.
Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
You can email WebMD about the lag but a reply may never come. I've written about 6 emails, I have only gotten 2 replies back and none of them addressed ANYTHING. Before they laid off the moderators, I had direct contact with them because they made me an Ambassador. They would always pass on the information to WebMD. Now, NOTHING!!!!
I don't mind having two daily posts. Its not something that has been a rare occurrence since I started the daily post many years ago. Just like everyone says, great minds think alike.
We will be friends until we are old and senile,.........then we will be new friends!!
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