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    hannahleigh89 posted:
    Is it possible to block someone from reading your posts and from having to read theirs? There is a member or two (yes, you know who you are) that I'm rather tired of dealing with.
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    magsjeanea responded:
    Hannah, I have tried that but can't seem to find out that information. I think there is someone on each community that I want to block. Hope you continue to do as well as it seems you have been doing. Can't wait to hear of your adventures in nursing school. I had a some of the best days of my life in nursing school and also working as a nurse since 1975 till 2003. Have fun and make us proud, you deserve the fun. Take good care,
    Love Goes There, Jeaneau


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