--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Bhairitu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> TurquoiseB wrote:
> 
> >--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "geezerfreak" <geezerfreak@>
> >wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>This day for Judy Stein was no different from most. Up at 7am...time
> >>for the first condescending "I'm smarter than you" post of the day.
> >>Now it's close to 9PM and there are what....40 or 50 posts
> >>from"authfriend" (hard to imagine her being a true friend to anyone)
> >>scaterred at 10-15 minute intervals throughout the day and night.
> >>
> >>Judy, are you one of these sad folks who sit all day and night
> >>plastered in front of your monitor, trying to create an on line life
> >>for yourself? One of these days they'll have to call the fire
> >>department to help seperate you from your chair.
> >>
> >>You should get out more. Today was beautiful. Played a round of 
> >>golf, had a bar-b-que with the family, walked the dog, and just 
> >>now, logged back on to see what's been happening at good old FFL. 
> >>There you are, still on there slinging.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >************************************************************
> >
> >FFL as Addiction
> >
> >On Saturday, August 12th scienceofabundance asked a 
> >provocative question: "Do you experience your partici-
> >pation in FFL as being an addiction?" 
> >
> >Searching for posts made that same day, I get results 
> >that say Sparaig started posting that day at 1:16 a.m. 
> >Paris time, 5:16 p.m. his time Friday night. He 
> >continued posting every few hours until 2:01 a.m. his 
> >time Saturday, for a total of 78 posts.
> >
> >Judy Stein made her first post that Saturday at 2:04 
> >a.m. Paris time (still 10:04 p.m. Friday night her 
> >time). She stayed up posting Friday night until 12:18 
> >p.m. her time, and then started posting Saturday 
> >morning again at 8:20 a.m. her time. She continued 
> >posting pretty much all day, until 3:00 a.m. her 
> >time, for a total of 70 posts. 
> >
> >All in all, an eloquent if unintentional answer to 
> >the question.
> >
> >To quote further from scienceofabundance's post:
> >
> >  
> >
> >>Common Characteristics Among Addictive Behaviors
> >>
> >>1. The person becomes obsessed (constantly thinks of) the object, 
> >>activity, or substance.
> >>
> >>2. They will seek it out, or engage in the behavior even though 
> >>it is causing harm (physical problems, poor work or study 
> >>performance, problems with friends, family, fellow workers).
> >>
> >>3. The person will compulsively engage in the activity, that is, 
> >>do the activity over and over even if he/she does not want to and 
> >>find it difficult to stop.
> >>
> >>4. Upon cessation of the activity, withdrawal symptoms often occur. 
> >>These can include irritability, craving, restlessness or depression.
> >>
> >>5. The person does not appear to have control as to when, how long, 
> >>or how much he or she will continue the behavior (loss of control). 
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >************************************************************
> >
> Perhaps Judy and Sparig should get a "room?"  :)
>

Er, that's the line you reserve for people who are fighting, or REALLY getting 
intense in 
public. I'm pretty sure that Judy and I haven't been fighting, so are you 
suggesting that 
we've been doing a flirt-flirt thing, letalone an intense one?







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