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    New name --- same old me!
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    lupycakes posted:
    For some dang reason, I could not log in to post! Webmd would tell me to log in, I would fill out the info and then it would say "loading, please wait" ...and I would wait and wait.... It would never load! Grr!!!! After several different days of trying, I gave up and created a new account. My new name is "lupycakes" instead of "lisaisweavebee ". I wanted "cake lady " as k2 always calls me but someone else beat me to the name.

    Lisa
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Lisa -

    Oh no - Sorry this happened! I don't remember any reported problems, but sometimes my computer gets "hung up" and I get the green circle of doom and have to reboot.

    If this does happen again, please write into communitymanagement@webmd.net and we can check to see what's going on.

    Again, sorry this happened. I do like your new name though!

    Elizabeth
     
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    ida507 responded:
    I had the same problem. i realize if you manuely put your whole email in the corret box even though it shows it then it will go through. at least it has for me when trying


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