Ah, Richard you do make me laugh. But you cleaned up your act and I kind of missed your usual admonition to me. I do love you all on FFL. If only because you all make me laugh at myself. Like this morning. In both the near and distant past, I've posted stuff I thought was pretty cool. No responses. Well, I think John responded once. Anyway, this morning I posted something merely practical and kind of uninteresting and there were a bunch of responses. One can't help but say, go figure! But thank everyone for all kinds of help and isn't it sweet when Judy has sympathy for turq?
I am feeling a lot of tenderness for you all. So either I've gone totally bonkers or I'm just happy that the blood drawer was so good, I didn't even have my usual dizzy reaction. Which was good given that continuing dizzyness is what I'm going to doc for in first place! Since mid February it was vertigo. But that's gone and no idea what's happening now. Oy! Now I'm gonna go back and make sure there's only one space between sentences. Such a saint! Better not visit me ha ha. ________________________________ From: Richard J. Williams <rich...@rwilliams.us> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, June 6, 2013 9:56 AM Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: help requested feste37: > > There was no need at all to respond to Share in that rude and > > insulting manner. Small wonder that so many people here dislike > > you. You've just given a perfect example of why. Why don't you > > just delete that post, which came from some very unpleasant > > place inside you, and simply ask her for more details? Try to > > be helpful for once. > > authfriend: > I'm at least partially in sympathy with Barry on this > one. She should at least have been able to figure out > that there's no way she can expect anyone to help her > unless she takes a little more time and thought to > formulate her question. > Translation: We can't help you. Now shut up, Woman. LoL! > But the question was designed to elicit sympathy for > how computer-incompetent she is. It was designed to > make people stand on their heads trying to understand > what her problem is, designed to get her lots of > attention from dupes like you, feste. > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@> wrote: > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Share Long <sharelong60@> wrote: > > > > > > > > hi computer experts, yesterday, somehow the little paging > > > > arrow disappeared. It allows one to check emails page by > > > > page going either back or forward. > > > > Any ideas how I can get it back? Thanks > > > > > > Hi, computer-incompetent. > > > > > > Your question makes no sense whatsoever because you > > > didn't provide enough information. No one you're > > > asking has any idea which program you are using to > > > read Fairfield Life, and thus cannot comment. All > > > that we know is that the program is so ill- > > > behaved that it continues to insert these dumb > > > ^A symbols at random in your posts when seen in > > > certain views. > > > > > > "Little paging arrow" is similarly ill-considered. > > > Try calling things what they are, after telling the > > > people you're asking what program you're using, and > > > on what platform (Windows, Mac, or Unix) you're using > > > it, and other pieces of necessary information, and > > > you maybe will get an answer. > > > > > > Maybe. The "helpless little girl" act doesn't tend > > > to work very well with computer nerds. They might > > > suggest that you RTFM. You have a history, after > > > all, of asking questions here that you could easily > > > have figured out on your own. > > >