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Old 11-03-2009, 11:35 PM
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Honey, get help before its too late.....
Too late for what?

Could you have posted a more lame response?

Don't think so.

You're "Running on Empty."


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Old 11-03-2009, 11:49 PM
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Too late for what?

I think you're Running on Empty.

Just get help, honey, you're verging on a nervous breakdown...
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Old 11-04-2009, 12:06 AM
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Just get help, honey, you're verging on a nervous breakdown...
Oh, goodness, sweetie, thanks for telling me that I'm verging on a nervous breakdown.

If not for you, I never would have known it.

LOL!

I just told my husband of 27 years that Farenheit 912, a member of the internet Club Conspiracy forum, informed me that I'm on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

Needless to say, my husband is very concerned and would appreciate it if you would PM your cell phone number to me so he can call and talk to you about my state of mind, because, apparently, you know me better than he does.

LOL!

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Old 11-04-2009, 02:37 AM
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You're sick, honey, and you need help. Columbia Presbyterian Hospital is located up in your part of the country. They have an excellent Psych Department, one of the best in the country... Just get help. I won't be able to communicate with you again for the foreseeable future, just please get help...

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Old 11-04-2009, 06:37 PM
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You're sick, honey, and you need help. Columbia Presbyterian Hospital is located up in your part of the country. They have an excellent Psych Department, one of the best in the country... Just get help. I won't be able to communicate with you again for the foreseeable future, just please get help...

Sincerely,
Fahrenheit 912
Obviously, you know that Columbia Presbyterian has an excellent Psych Department because you've been institutionalized there.

Are you feeling the urge to return due to your current situation of verging on a nervous break-down?

No problem.

Just remember, however, that once you check in, you can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.

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Old 11-04-2009, 09:46 PM
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Does it somehow make you feel superior to me by pretending that I don't know what superscript is, but you do?

I've looked around and I don't think this forum has a feature for superscript.

If it does, I can't find it.

You might want to try your keyboard.
Yeah, its obvious that this site was built without the capability. Your little line about the keyboard made me laugh though, since it proved my point about you not knowing what I am talking about. lol.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:48 PM
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Does it somehow make you feel superior to me by pretending that I don't know what superscript is, but you do?

I've looked around and I don't think this forum has a feature for superscript.

If it does, I can't find it.

You might want to try your keyboard.
Yeah, its obvious that this site was built without the capability. Your little line about the keyboard made me laugh though, since it proved my point about you not knowing what I am talking about. lol. Thanks anyway
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Old 11-04-2009, 11:46 PM
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Yeah, its obvious that this site was built without the capability. Your little line about the keyboard made me laugh though, since it proved my point about you not knowing what I am talking about. lol. Thanks anyway
Apparently, you are in dire need of receving credit for proving a point no matter how irrelevant it is.

If it makes you feel as if you have done so by pretending that I don't know what superscript is, go ahead.

Truly, in the scope of all that matters to me that doesn't.

Again.

You might want to check with Gale, as I previously suggested.

It appears that he has mastered the superscript capability and, since it doesn't exist on this site, he might just be using his keyboard.

LOL!

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Old 11-05-2009, 09:32 AM
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Apparently, you are in dire need of receving credit for proving a point no matter how irrelevant it is.

If it makes you feel as if you have done so by pretending that I don't know what superscript is, go ahead.

Truly, in the scope of all that matters to me that doesn't.

Again.

You might want to check with Gale, as I previously suggested.

It appears that he has mastered the superscript capability and, since it doesn't exist on this site, he might just be using his keyboard.

LOL!
Thanks, I will, though I bet it has something to do with tedious mucking about in HTML. But we will see. As for the keyboard option, no, you cant do it that way. Thanks for the tip.
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Old 11-05-2009, 09:46 AM
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Some have claimed that German agents had sponsored Lenin.
"Jewish agents" would be more accurate. The Russian Revolution should be named the "Jewish Revolution" considering how overrepresented Jews were in the upper echelons of the communist movement during the early decades.

Anyway, I doubt the "Spanish flu" pandemic was a biological weapon. It's more likely a natural outcome of the horrid conditions of intensive trench warfare.
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