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    I am so pissed right now
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    booch007 posted:
    I just posted 2 comments and then I was responding to the Thank You down on the sheet.

    It WAS A LONG POST..............at the end I went to post and it asked me to sign in again......HOLY CRAP: It took my post. Gone.
    I must have spent 15 minutes on the choice of words and encouragement. The information lost.

    I cannot redo it............

    I cannot believe that I needed to sign in again when I was on and posting already.

    C R A P. .

    Very unhappy.

    Nancy B
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    fibroinsd responded:


    I sure understand...
    Let's put the fun back in dysfunctional !- Mary Englebright


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