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daniella
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Has anyone noticed that a few of the lymenetters have multiple alliases...lol

Why is this neccessary? Am I the only one without multiple lymenet alliases?..

seems kinds silly and time consuming to me. but maybe that's just me..lol


thoughts on this?

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huh? nope, i'm only one little me....

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daniella
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that's good randi [Smile] I know R__________r is still around and has 40 something alliases I've heard..lol

that's just silly.

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[ 07-24-2010, 08:45 PM: Message edited by: daniella ]

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[Smile]

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I can't remember more than one password, so I am me and only me. [Smile] There are days I wish I was someone well, but sometimes even those dreams are too tiring!!!
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Hmm, I wasn't aware of this. Why do you think this?

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The reason, six, is because of our short term memory. We forget who we are and start again and again.

The reason I make it is 'cause I tell myself - it's also a bird's name. Or, it's also a boy's name (in England).

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So they're not actually using all their various names?

I just stay signed in all the time. If I have to sign out, I always have to have the password resent.

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I keep an alphabatized 'vital information' notebook on my computer desk- so there is always a hard copy of my Username and Password for whatever sites I post on.
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daniella
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yes if I did not save my log in info and never log out then I too would have 2 create a new ID....

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Some people get really paranoid about their identities. If you are referring to who I think you are, based on the letters, he is one of those people.

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What bothers me more than that is people who get banned then come back openly under another name and are allowed to stay....even though everyone knows who they are!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Tracy9:
What bothers me more than that is people who get banned then come back openly under another name and are allowed to stay....even though everyone knows who they are!!!

Typically I don't know who they are .... at least for a long time, and by then they've been following the rules so there would be no reason to ban them again. But there are those who come back, establish their new identity, and cause the same problems as before, and get banned again.

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quote:
Originally posted by onbam:
our enemies who use these forums to collect information.

This is why we are so strict about posting TMI regarding treatment protocols or posting doctor's names/location.

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