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    Thumbs up Long Time....

    Hi All,
    I thought I'd stop by and see how everyone is doing.
    It's been a long time.
    Wondering if any old faces are still about?
    Looking forward to catching up with fellow tnersx

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    Administrator/SYSOP Mike Weins's Avatar
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    Welcome back Tots11 :)
    Question: Why can't I post links or pictures?
    Question: Why can't I have a signature, avatar, or profile picture?
    Question: What's wrong with my account?

    Answer: You are in the "registered users" user group. This group is very limited in what it can do. This will annoy spammers to no end Just keep posting once you have been registered for 30 days and have made 11 posts your account will be "unlocked".

    It's really easy to put someone on ignore and it's strongly recommended that you do so with people who's posts you don't like.

    Step 1 - log in
    Step 2 - click on the "settings" link
    Step 3 - click on the "edit ignore list" link on the left side of the screen
    Step 4 - type (or paste if you copied and pasted it) the username of the person you want to ignore
    Step 5 - click the "ok" button on the right of the screen

    Easy peasy and will lower your blood pressure. One important note though, this won't hide quoted posts. It's an oversight on the developers part and it's not an easy thing to "fix." So if someone quotes someone you have ignored, you'll see the quote.

    Alternatively when you click on a person's name and view their profile page, underneath their avatar, there is a option that says, "Ignore this person". Click that link and then click the yes button.

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    Distinguished Community Member Earth Mother 2 Angels's Avatar
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    ((((((ToTs11)))))) ~

    Back To BrainTalk!

    It's always a pleasure to greet a returning member!

    When were you last here? Unfortunately, as you can see by scanning the threads in this forum, it hasn't been active for quite awhile. Folks leave and don't return for a few years and are often surprised to see the lack of activity, when they revisit here.

    We don't really know why members left (from all forums, not just the TN forum), but we surmise that some may have joined other forums, while BrainTalk was being rebuilt after the last crash, or they are active on social media, like Facebook, or they lost interest altogether, or their condition improved, and they no longer need support.

    Please share an update here. Perhaps others will stop by and recognize a familiar friend and post.

    Love & Light,

    Mom to Jon, 49, (seizure disorder; Gtube; trache; colostomy; osteoporosis; hypothyroid; enlarged prostate; lymphedema, assorted mysteries) and Michael, 32, (intractable seizures; Gtube), who were born with an undiagnosed progressive neuromuscular disease and courageous spirits. Our Angel Michael received his wings in 2003. Our Angel Jon received his wings April 2019. Now, they watch over Jim and me.

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