Posted by Mike B (188.8.131.52) on August 10, 2001 at 01:07:27:
In Reply to: GLAD YOU HAD A GOOD LAUGH posted by kelly on August 09, 2001 at 19:46:00:
I must say that I missed whatever posts and responses prompting you to write about the good laugh thing. I must also admit that sometimes I get a bit pissed at some of the stuff that is said and all.
However, I just read the link to your original post below and I had to smile a little. And believe me I need to smile when I can right now. Not much lately. Possium cloride! It is kind of funny. There's a town in Florida whwere they actually hold an annual possum festival and they eat them things. Yeack!
I assume you were thinking of maybe soemthing like Pottasium Chloride? Unfortunately I know nothing much about it.
Believe me when I say that there are many people here, including myself, who will spend hpours of their nights talking to you when you need it or trying to help you when you ask for it and things like that. And we all do understand what you are going through. We know what it is like.
Try not to let your feelings get hurt too much by whatever went on. People here really do need some laughs and sometimes they do not think of how it may make one feel. I too have had my feelings bruised a bit here and there (Though, really, it was ntohing too bad. Just a bit of horseplay). Typos are common when you cannot see too good and cannot think or whatever. Like now, my buddy, the beast, is back real goopd.
I am glad that I decide dto hang around and keep trying to get some hlep. Because I did get some help here. These folks, these magnificent bastards, have really made a difference for me.
So, please don't give up on us. We may be a rough and tmble lot from all over the world who all have our own poroblems but we are here to try to help if you need us. Sorry you got your feelings hurt, Kelly.
Hope you get some relief soon. Please read up on the medications and other info her eon the site. Hope you get some help soon. PFT to you. I gots to go.
Love, Michael B
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