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Just thought you guys might be interested in this news
release. The Synergy therapy is currently being used in
double blind studies at 5 universities in Canada and the
U.S. including Bi-polar!

The Synergy Group currently has research on a number of
CNS/Mood disorders.
Depression has long been a disorder misunderstood and
without hope of recovery. New research, organized and
completed within the world’s largest university consortia
to address this issue, has suggested a possible cure to be
presented to the medical community in the near future. The
Synergy Group has completed over 650 preliminary open case
studies. Interest sparked by previously unseen results in
our open case studies, has brought 5 major universities
into our research consortia.
Research using the Synergy Protocol, is currently funded
by both government and corporate organizations who have an
interest in the success we have experienced. While Double
Blind Placebo controlled studies are currently taking place
at universities, we feel that it is not efficacious to
force people suffering with these disorders to wait for
this to be announced in the media. University studies
currently testing the protocol may run for the next two to
three years.
What we are offering is this. The Synergy Program is not
available to the general public at this time, however we
are allowing small numbers of people to participate in our
research while waiting for the university studies to be
completed. I have listed below the details of our program
in relation to depression.
First of all I am going to explain the mechanics of the
therapy.
In the human body every function revolves around and is
controlled by chemical reactions. These reactions all need
to be fueled by metabolic building blocks or functional
nutrients in proper balance. The Synergy Group of Canada
has formulated a metabolic protocol using an acid resistant
chelate to act on the most basic metabolic levels. The
acid resistant chelate is one of the main points of
interest in this program. Unlike normal multi-vitamin and
mineral supplements there is little or no disassociation or
breakdown of the nutrient protocol during the normal
process of digestion. Where most mineral supplements are 3-
5% absorbable and even less bio-available, we have achieved
approximately 80-100% absorption and bio-availability.
This factor along with our unique co-factor based balance
and therapeutic levels, have created a therapy that is
successful in about 95% of our open case studies. When we
talk about success, what we are referring to is a complete
recession of symptoms with no drugs or therapies being
taken except nutrient protocol.
We have found that there is a large number of people who
suffer with depression who have peripheral symptoms
including, bowel and sleeping disorders. For example, when
a person is having a problem sleeping, (with the exception
of individuals who are feeling some form of an excited
emotion) it is likely they are having a problem producing
Melatonin. This is a naturally produced chemical in your
body that is used to relax you and basically shut
everything down for the night. You should notice that when
its a bright sunny day you may feel more energetic verses a
dark cloudy day where you may feel a little depressed and
sleepy. This is because the production of melatonin is
directly related to stimulation caused by light. People
who are not producing enough melatonin often have twitches
and muscle spasms.
Melatonin production is also directly related to
Depression. People who suffer from depression do so as a
result of low levels of serotonin in their brains.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that governs moods. The
body naturally removes serotonin from the axonal area of
the neurons to prevent us from getting a serotonin "high".
Prozac, St. Johns Wort and other anti-depressants block
this re-uptake mechanism and force higher amounts of
serotonin to stay in the axonal area of the neuron.
Unfortunately this does not solve the problem. Serotonin
is still at dangerously low levels.
Melatonin is a derivative of serotonin. When there is a
breakdown in the production of serotonin melatonin can not
be produced. This reaction causes people to feel exhausted
no matter how much sleep they get.
In the last 5 years a research consortia has been formed to
address these problems at a different level. Instead of
manipulating levels of serotonin levels at the axonal area
of the neurons, this research is focused on a glandular /
cellular level. By assisting in the production of these
natural chemicals and creating a natural balance, we have
been able to achieve a success rate of about 95%.
Here is how it would work in your situation:
L-Tryptophan an amino acid acted on by the enzyme 1.14.16.4
5-Hydroxy-L-tryptophan is created and then acted upon by
the enzyme 4.1.1.28
Serotonin is created.
Now we all know that this is the main issue with depressive
patents.
Prozac, St Johns Wort, and other serotonin reuptake
inhibitors do not create more serotonin they actively stall
the reuptake mechanism in the axonal area of the neurons.
The Synergy Groups theory is based on a completely
different angle.
First of all the enzyme 1.14.16.4 is dependant on Ca2+ Fe2+
and Phosphorus to initiate and catalyze the reaction.
Theoretically by adding Tryptophan and proper Calcium, Iron
and Phosphorus Ions to the body in high doses, one should
be able to increase the production of serotonin in the
body. Unfortunately it is not that simple. This is only
one level of production. Other valuable metabolites are
needed to create the enzymes, nutrient uptake mechanisms
and friendly environments needed to stabilize the reaction.
If we look further down the T-pathway, we find that such
metabolites as melatonin are resident and dependant on a
surplus of serotonin for their production.
Serotonin is acted upon by the enzyme 2.3.1.87
N-acetyl-serotonin is created and acted on by the enzyme
2.1.1.4
Melatonin is created
When we study re-occurring abnormalities in patients with
IBS, Crones, chronic diarrhea and other bowel disorders we
find lower than normal levels of serotonin in the
intestinal wall. We find that bowel disorders are a common
peripheral symptom of individuals with depressive issues.
We find that people with these depressive issues often
worsen soon after bowel disorders set in. The reason for
this supports our theory. Because the walls of the
intestine are irritated or inflamed the probable absorption
of metabolites lessens. This causes a chain reaction that
causes less serotonin to be produced and thus less to reach
the intestine and symptoms rise at an exponential rate.
Here are a number of links that will verify the
information above
http://www.genome.ad.jp/kegg/pathway/map/map00380.html
http://www.expasy.ch/cgi-bin/show_image?H2&down
http://www.telusplanet.net/public/synergy

Bradford Gordon
Director of Public Relations
403-317-0183
The Synergy Group of Canada Inc.
View our web site at
http://www.telusplanet.net/public/synergy/

Email us at public_r...@truehope.com


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Mark of the Forest

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Im just trying to find the time to read this commercial and try
to analyze it....whereby I can thoroughly set the record and
maybe even evoke legal retrobution. I just cant muster the
interest.Wish like hell a real doctor would pitch in here.

Mark

Garland Hopkins <garl...@home.com> wrote in message
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> If you think this is spam just say so.


>
> publicrelations wrote:
>
> > Just thought you guys might be interested in this news
> > release. The Synergy therapy is currently being used in
> > double blind studies at 5 universities in Canada and the
> > U.S. including Bi-polar!
> >
> > The Synergy Group currently has research on a number of
> > CNS/Mood disorders.
> > Depression has long been a disorder misunderstood and
> > without hope of recovery. New research, organized and

> > completed within the worldรขโวฌโัขs largest university consortia

way down south in the bayou state...you know who...

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Prior to submitting sites to the black hole people for consideration,
they require that several attempts be made to convince whoever the
spammer is using to stop him. Copies of the correspondence should be
forwarded to the black hole people, and they will take it from there.
First they will try to persuade whoever is providing a service to the
spammer to do the right thing, and if that doesn't work a submission
will be made to the blacklist.
The black hole people...the nightmare of spammers:
http://maps.vix.com/

And the below is my attempt to convince telus to "do the right thing".
I'll make one more attempt, citing material from the website above,
then I'll make my submission. Please feel free to lend your voice to
the effort...

------------------


I did complain to the address that the spam originated from. I
notified you because this spammer maintains a website hosted by you,
and solicits people to visit it. I am sure that you realize that
stopping spam mailings from a particular address is only part of the
solution...they will quickly find another address to spam from. It is
important to cut a spammer off from all resources that are part of the
spam campaign, and in this instance you are empowered with the ability
to cut this spammer off at the knees...taking down his website will
hurt him far more than stopping the spam posted through remarq.

Respectfully yours,
Keith Hardwick

On Mon, 26 Jun 2000 17:48:04 -0600, you wrote:

>The spam originated from IP 10.0.2.68 assigned to Internet Assigned Numbers
>Authority which suggests that the IP address was spoofed.
>
>Also, it appears that the spam was posted off http://www.remarq.com. Please
>contact wren...@remarq.com to stop further Usenet spam.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>TELUS.net Internet Services
>ab...@telusplanet.net
>http://www.telus.net/help/abuse.html
>
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
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>Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2000 3:24 AM
>To: webm...@telusplanet.net; ab...@telusplanet.net
>Subject: usenet spam
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>You host a webpage that the following spam points to. Please shut down
>this spammer.
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>Depression has long been a disorder misunderstood and
>without hope of recovery. New research, organized and

>completed within the worldĆ¢ā'¬ā"¢s largest university consortia


>to address this issue, has suggested a possible cure to be
>presented to the medical community in the near future. The

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Eileen B.

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SPAM? Yes. I deleted it from my mailbox on first sight. But, since you
fwd. I took a second look -- trust, you know....

Everything written is developed to appeal to the depressed and their
"depressive issues" -- it wrote nothing regarding bipolars and their
oh-so-unique chemistries, nor attempted to.

For those with unipolar depression, perhaps....

Eileen
[The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]


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> If you think this is spam just say so.

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Mark of the Forest

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Garland Hopkins <garl...@home.com> wrote in message
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> If you think this is spam just say so.

Sew

Eileen B.

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So?

So? , you said. You asked for opinions, but would not accept them via
response. Too bad.

--


Eileen
[The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]

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> If you think this is spam just say so.
>

<<once again, snip-snip for the SERVER benefit>>

Eileen B.

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Yes.

--
Eileen
[The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]
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> Is that your final answer.

Garland Hopkins

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If you think this is spam just say so.

publicrelations wrote:

> Just thought you guys might be interested in this news
> release. The Synergy therapy is currently being used in
> double blind studies at 5 universities in Canada and the
> U.S. including Bi-polar!
>
> The Synergy Group currently has research on a number of
> CNS/Mood disorders.
> Depression has long been a disorder misunderstood and
> without hope of recovery. New research, organized and

> completed within the worldรขโวฌโัขs largest university consortia

Garland Hopkins

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So

Garland Hopkins wrote:

> If you think this is spam just say so.
>
> publicrelations wrote:
>
> > Just thought you guys might be interested in this news
> > release. The Synergy therapy is currently being used in
> > double blind studies at 5 universities in Canada and the
> > U.S. including Bi-polar!
> >
> >

> > Email us at
> mailto:public_r...@truehope.com
> >


Garland Hopkins

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Is that your final answer.

"Eileen B." wrote:

> So?
>
> So? , you said. You asked for opinions, but would not accept them via
> response. Too bad.
>
> --
> Eileen
> [The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]
>
> Garland Hopkins <garl...@home.com> wrote in message
> news:39580083...@home.com...

> > If you think this is spam just say so.
> >

Viscount11

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I wish you'd just take your boring ass world and go wherever it feels like
taking you.

nevermore

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"Viscount11" <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message
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: I wish you'd just take your boring ass world and go wherever it feels

Visegrips2, this is most unchivalrous (sp) and a completely
uncalled for "potshot" at a member of the fairer sex, who did nothing to
provoke such unmanly speech. An apology is
certainly warranted for your cad-like behavior. Wakari maska'
anata-ga inu-wa des. tsk tsk

nm
:
:
:


Eileen B.

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Good idea, oh perfect one. Should I move into *your* neighborhood? Uh-oh,
there go the property values ---


... I heard that woman's starting up some kind of group-home for people who
aren't right in the head, Mabel. They have some terrible, contagious
disease that makes them seem happy, and then they're cranky, and they get
these awful rashes. (Sounds a little like your Herb, Mabel, if you get my
drift....)

...At least it can't be like that terrible place, Vern's Bar&Grill, that the
police closed down. Remember, Beverly, it had a beautiful view down by the
waterfront and they wouldn't even serve us a latte. Imagine!

... I suppose we'll have to move again.... but, I do confess, Mabel -- even
though the people at Vern's were "different", that billy (remember him? by
the jukebox?) seemed a little scruffy, but didn't he remind you of Agnes'
grandson? Do you think he could be related to us? Nevermind, dear -- it
couldn't be.

--

way down south in the bayou state...you know who...

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My final response to TELUS. They either shut down the spammer's site
or I turn this over to the pros. Sorry if anyone reading this uses
Telus.net or Alberta.net; in fact, if you post from western Canada you
might want to check out your provider to make sure they don't buy
service from Telus.

----------------------------
Hi guys,
I am preparing to submit TELUS Internet Services for inclusion in the
Real Time Black Hole list. Such action will result in a loss of
internet connectivity for you. You can imagine the reaction to this
from your legitimate customers, who I am sure make up the vast
majority of your users.

Before I take this action, I would like to make another effort to help
you see why it is not acceptable to harbor a spammer's website, even
when that spammer sends their spam from another location.

I refer you to the following website, and I will quote a little from
one of their sub pages.
http://maps.vix.com/rbl/reporting.html

The following sample is relevant to this situation. Please remember
that these are not my words, but they do accurately address the
problem here: A spammer maintains a website with you.

(begin quote)

"The spam did not come from here"
Increasingly, spammers set up web sites or mailboxes with one
provider, and proceed to send spam using widely available dialup
Internet accounts which can be easily opened on a moment's notice.
Once the sending account is turned off, the spammer simply switches to
another one, spamming the same web site or mailbox. Very often they
open an entire bunch of dialup accounts in advance, and cycle through
them one at a time.

Responsible providers take action and shut down the web site or the
reply mailbox. However, you may receive a reply such as the following:

The spam did not come from here. We do not control what our customer
does on other networks/we cannot control mail sent from other
networks.

This policy/attitude is not acceptable:

Well, then, in that case, here's what I'm going to do next.

I'm going to set up a web page, or maybe a mailbox, on another ISP.
The web page will sell vitamin pills which supposedly cure baldness.
Then, I am going to use multiple credit cards, and billing addresses,
in order to open multiple dialup accounts from YOU, and then proceed
to spam the hell out of every mailbox I can get my hands on, with
barely intelligible gibberish about baldness-curing vitamin pills.

The sole object and purpose of the spam would be to promote my web
site. You close one of my accounts? Fine. I'll switch to another one,
and I will continue to blast the Internet with spam for
baldness-curing pills. If someone knows how, he can obtain new credit
card numbers in two-five business days. With endless supply of credit
cards and billing addresses, there will be NOTHING that you can do to
stop me from pummeling mailboxes worldwide with my baldness-curing
vitamin pills spam.

Clearly, without the web page (or the mailbox) that accepts orders for
baldness-curing vitamin pills, I have nothing to spam. As long as they
are up, I will continue to spam as many mailboxes as possible, from
your machines. I'll make it my goal to tell everyone in the world
about my baldness-curing vitamin pills. How are you going to stop me
from opening more accounts with you? I'll be using new credit card
numbers and billing addresses, each time. There will be NOTHING that
you can do, to put a stop to this.

Well, here's a question for you. Will you be simply content to sit
around, open your mouth agape, and merely watch your mail servers
being pummeled by all the bounces, flames, and denial-of-service
attacks which come as a direct result of my spams? Are you going to do
anything else? Will you insist that my other provider shut down my web
page? Clearly, they are the only reason I have to spam, and the only
way to stop me from spamming from your accounts, about my
baldness-curing vitamin pills, is to shut down the web site and the
mailbox. If they don't exist, there's nothing for me to spam.

But, if you try to shut down my web page, or mailbox -- and that's the
only way to stop me -- that would be a bit hypocritical on your part,
won't it?

You can attempt to restrict access from your IP addresses to external
mail servers, and you can try to install filters on your mail servers.
However, filters are not perfect, and it's only a matter of time
before I'll be able to figure out what triggers them. There's nothing
in any particular E-mail message that identifies it as spam, so
attempts to filter this stuff come down to guessing, at best.

The Internet is a cooperative medium, remember that. For this reason,
that I outlined above, all reputable ISPs, including America Online,
Mindspring, Erols, Concentric, and many others, prohibit their
customers from spamming IRRESPECTIVE of whose modems they use for
spamming. If you permit your customers to spam from other ISPs, you
are just as responsible for it as the spammers are.

Sooner or later, it will be widely known that you will provide hosting
services to spammers, and won't do anything to stop them as long as
they confine their activities to someplace else. This will become
public knowledge, and you'll find that, one after another, other
respectable providers will choose to block all Internet traffic to
your domains, in order to keep your spammers from benefiting from
their spam runs. One day you will wake up, and find that your other
legitimate customers will be unable to send mail or access the web
sites of hundreds of ISPs worldwide, because you actively encourage
and promote spamming. I suggest that you start rehearsing, right now,
what you will say to them, when that happens.

That's actually the last of your worries. Your own Internet
connectivity provider has an explicit stated policy which prohibits
their customers from engaging in spamming, without any regards to
where the actual E-mail spam originates from. If you continue to allow
your clients to engage in this activity, you yourself will be
intentionally breaching the Terms of Service/Acceptable Usage Policy
-- which you are contractually obligated to follow as a condition of
your own Internet access -- which makes you subject to disconnection
yourself. You will also discover that these conditions are commonplace
amongst all major Internet bandwidth providers, and you will not be
able to reestablish Internet connectivity from some other provider, as
long as you keep the same policy in place.

And, personally, I am not waiting for all of these things to take
place. Until you reconsider your unwise decision to allow your
customers to spam web pages and mailboxes you host, I will announce
this fact in various public newsgroups and bulletin boards which are
frequented by system administrators of other, responsible, Internet
service providers. They always appreciate being made aware situations
involving spam-tolerant providers, and may choose to block all
Internet access to your IP address spaces immediately, inconveniencing
both your spammers, and non-spamming customers.

(end quote)

I look forward to your response, and I hope it will not be neccesary
for me to report Telus for submission to the Real Time Black Hole.

Sincerely,
Keith Hardwick


Eileen B.

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When one reads so fast, and posts even faster, opinions are just that:
off-the-cuff opinions. Besides, what kind of ng is this anyway -- bp, I
believe. Good manners would take that into consideration.

However, addressing the issue to which you reply is considered good form,
else start a new thread.

--
Eileen
[The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]

Viscount11 <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message

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> Get a name or get lost! You're a whackjob, and you've proven it many
times
> over. No knowledge, no life. Besides, you're a certified dreg and
unwelcome in
> any respectable newsgroup.
>
> Viscount
>
> >A real friend would tell you when you have spinach stuck to
> >your incisors, or when you have really bad breath. Fair weather
> >friends, yeah plenty around. You were still out of line jumping
> >eileen.
> >
> >nm
>
>

Mark of the Forest

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Keith...2 words, "Fucking Awesome"!

thanks,
Mark

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Linda Channell

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Do the words "Bipolar Disorder" mean ANYTHING to you?

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 02:20:11 GMT, "nevermore" <inv...@invalid.net>
wrote:


>My you do contradict yourself when angry, anger management
>didn't take? You are falling apart at your lack of self control.
>I am welcome where ever I am.
>
>nm
>:

Linda Channell

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Sure does. I means you know exactly what you're behaving like. Don't
fuck with the pro's.

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 02:29:48 GMT, "nevermore" <inv...@invalid.net>
wrote:

>Does jackass mean anything to you?
>

Linda Channell

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Ya know, Darkman... sometimes (and I'm sure you can attest to this
too), silly is just what the doctor ordered. ;)

Linda

On Tue, 27 Jun 2000 20:10:19 -0700, - darkman® -
<darkman®n...@nym.alias.net.> wrote:

>> Why do you try to validate visegrips' behavior? Does he require
>> the one and only first in the chute flame fatale to back up
>> his idle boasts. Linda, you are silly <period>
>>
>> nm
>>
>nope I do. and as far as silly <g> Is your name pot or kettle?<g> Get out into the lime
>light ya sissy. Ifin your gonna flame, get a ball er two...goof.....
> - darkman® -
>««««««®§®»»»»»»


Viscount11

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Lemme see.. Chief Halftown?? He lives about 10 miles from here, but I'm sure
he's retired.. last saw him at Dutch Wonderland , nearly begging for $$.. an
old Buffalo head nickel in P condition... trying to keep off the reservation
and maintain his $300,000 home in Glen Mills.
So this is Vern with all the .....'s or Julie in disguise??
I got my own rulebook and post where I want, when I want -- get it? So don't
try interesting me in any of your assertions. Got no time for fair weather
friends!

>Subject: Re: Possible cure for depression?
>From: "nevermore" inv...@invalid.net
>Date: 06/27/2000 3:56 AM Eastern Daylight Time
>Message-id: <F6Z55.3370$_b3.1...@newsread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net>


>
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>"Viscount11" <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message

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>: I wish you'd just take your boring ass world and go wherever it feels
>like
>: taking you.

>:
>: >Eileen


>: >[The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]
>

nevermore

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Viscount11

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Get a name or get lost! You're a whackjob, and you've proven it many times
over. No knowledge, no life. Besides, you're a certified dreg and unwelcome in
any respectable newsgroup.

Viscount

>A real friend would tell you when you have spinach stuck to

nevermore

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"Viscount11" <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message
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: Get a name or get lost! You're a whackjob, and you've proven it many

times
: over. No knowledge, no life. Besides, you're a certified dreg and
unwelcome in
: any respectable newsgroup.

My you do contradict yourself when angry, anger management


didn't take? You are falling apart at your lack of self control.
I am welcome where ever I am.

nm
:
: Viscount

:
:


nevermore

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Get a life, loser.

nm

"Viscount11" <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message
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: Get a name or get lost! You're a whackjob, and you've proven it many
times
: over. No knowledge, no life. Besides, you're a certified dreg and
unwelcome in
: any respectable newsgroup.

nevermore

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Does jackass mean anything to you?

"Linda Channell" <lbri...@bungo.com> wrote in message
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: Do the words "Bipolar Disorder" mean ANYTHING to you?
:
: On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 02:20:11 GMT, "nevermore" <inv...@invalid.net>
: wrote:
:
:
: >My you do contradict yourself when angry, anger management

:


nevermore

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"Linda Channell" <lbri...@bungo.com> wrote in message
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: Sure does. I means you know exactly what you're behaving like. Don't

: fuck with the pro's.
:
: On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 02:29:48 GMT, "nevermore" <inv...@invalid.net>
: wrote:
:
: >Does jackass mean anything to you?

nevermore

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"Linda Channell" <lbri...@bungo.com> wrote in message
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: Ya know, Darkman... sometimes (and I'm sure you can attest to this

: too), silly is just what the doctor ordered. ;)
:
: Linda
:
: On Tue, 27 Jun 2000 20:10:19 -0700, - darkman® -
: <darkman®n...@nym.alias.net.> wrote:
:
: >> Why do you try to validate visegrips' behavior? Does he require

: >> the one and only first in the chute flame fatale to back up
: >> his idle boasts. Linda, you are silly <period>
: >>
: >> nm
: >>
: >nope I do. and as far as silly <g> Is your name pot or kettle?<g>

Get out into the lime
: >light ya sissy. Ifin your gonna flame, get a ball er two...goof.....
: > - darkman® -
: >««««««®§®»»»»»»

On your soap box again or just out sluming, you have about
as much integrity as your pal.......visegrips, and look sillier
than Linda. I guess an old firehorse just can't help himself,
facts be damned.

nm
:
:


MoonGoddess

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I'll never be fair weathered to you! :-)

-judy

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> Lemme see.. Chief Halftown?? He lives about 10 miles from here, but I'm
sure
> he's retired.. last saw him at Dutch Wonderland , nearly begging for $$..
an
> old Buffalo head nickel in P condition... trying to keep off the
reservation
> and maintain his $300,000 home in Glen Mills.
> So this is Vern with all the .....'s or Julie in disguise??
> I got my own rulebook and post where I want, when I want -- get it? So
don't
> try interesting me in any of your assertions. Got no time for fair
weather
> friends!
>
> >Subject: Re: Possible cure for depression?
> >From: "nevermore" inv...@invalid.net
> >Date: 06/27/2000 3:56 AM Eastern Daylight Time
> >Message-id: <F6Z55.3370$_b3.1...@newsread1.prod.itd.earthlink.net>
> >
> >

> >"Viscount11" <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message

MoonGoddess

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Hello?? Did you say BP? Hmmm...kinda makes me think that some of us
bipolers don't always have manners...isn't that the nature of our illness?
We are no more perfect than anyone else, normies or not...get over it.

-judy

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>
> When one reads so fast, and posts even faster, opinions are just that:
> off-the-cuff opinions. Besides, what kind of ng is this anyway -- bp, I
> believe. Good manners would take that into consideration.
>
> However, addressing the issue to which you reply is considered good form,
> else start a new thread.
>
> --

> Eileen
> [The world will go as it wills; not as you or I would have it. MZB]
>

> Viscount11 <visco...@aol.com> wrote in message

MoonGoddess

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Hear hear, Linda! Some people soooo need a clue!

-judy

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> Do the words "Bipolar Disorder" mean ANYTHING to you?
>

MoonGoddess

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Well...coming for the horses mouth....

:0)


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> Does jackass mean anything to you?
>

> : >:
> :
>
>

Garland Hopkins

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