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  1. #1
    BillyZoom Guest

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    On Jun 23, 4:29*am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > Bob wrote:
    > > On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    > >> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were banned
    > >> from posting in this ng.
    > >> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    > >> see as a problem.
    > >> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >
    > >> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    > >> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    > >> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...

    >
    > > No, they don't.
    > > What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    > > moderators.

    >
    > I like this place because it is *not* moderated. *I joined a moderated
    > Fibromyalgia group once. *What a joke! *I had to pay to join it and then it
    > turned out to be simply people e-mailing everyone all at once. *With that
    > group we all had to be positive and could only say positive things. *Well,
    > if you have Fibromyalgia and are in the middle of a flairup you are not
    > likely to be positive. *You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having
    > brain fog. *The group was anything but helpful to me. *One woman was some
    > sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    > congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. *For the few months
    > I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one woman and the restof
    > us were not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were havnig
    > a tough time.
    >
    > I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. *Things do seem to have
    > changed more recently and there are more low carbers there. *But at thetime
    > it was all about working dessert into your eating plan. *Not something I
    > need or want to do. *So just not for me.
    >
    > I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. *There are plenty of
    > them out there. *But don't try to change this!


    Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

  2. #2
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    BillyZoom wrote:
    > On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >> Bob wrote:
    >>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    >>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    >>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    >>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    >>>> see as a problem.
    >>>> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >>
    >>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    >>>> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    >>>> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...

    >>
    >>> No, they don't.
    >>> What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    >>> moderators.

    >>
    >> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a moderated
    >> Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to join it and
    >> then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing everyone all at
    >> once. With that group we all had to be positive and could only say
    >> positive things. Well, if you have Fibromyalgia and are in the
    >> middle of a flairup you are not likely to be positive. You will be
    >> exhausted, in pain and possibly having brain fog. The group was
    >> anything but helpful to me. One woman was some sort of singer and
    >> the moderator kept telling us all how we should congratulate her
    >> because she was in some kind of a show. For the few months I was in
    >> this group it all seemed to be about this one woman and the rest of
    >> us were not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were
    >> havnig a tough time.
    >>
    >> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to have
    >> changed more recently and there are more low carbers there. But at
    >> the time it was all about working dessert into your eating plan. Not
    >> something I need or want to do. So just not for me.
    >>
    >> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    >> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >
    > Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    > That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    > the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    > talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.


    I see. So someone is stupid and annoying because they have a medical
    condition? Guess that would apply to you too. Or do you not really have
    diabetes? Or... Who are you really? Posting through google groups...



  3. #3
    % Guest

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    Julie Bove wrote:
    > BillyZoom wrote:
    >> On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >>> Bob wrote:
    >>>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    >>>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    >>>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    >>>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    >>>>> see as a problem.
    >>>>> Wish that could happen in this group!
    >>>
    >>>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    >>>>> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    >>>>> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...
    >>>
    >>>> No, they don't.
    >>>> What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    >>>> moderators.
    >>>
    >>> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a
    >>> moderated Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to
    >>> join it and then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing
    >>> everyone all at once. With that group we all had to be positive and
    >>> could only say positive things. Well, if you have Fibromyalgia and
    >>> are in the middle of a flairup you are not likely to be positive.
    >>> You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having brain fog. The
    >>> group was anything but helpful to me. One woman was some sort of
    >>> singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    >>> congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. For the
    >>> few months I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one
    >>> woman and the rest of us were not allowed to discuss what we were
    >>> going through if we were havnig a tough time.
    >>>
    >>> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to
    >>> have changed more recently and there are more low carbers there.
    >>> But at the time it was all about working dessert into your eating
    >>> plan. Not something I need or want to do. So just not for me.
    >>>
    >>> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    >>> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >>
    >> Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    >> That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    >> the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    >> talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

    >
    > I see. So someone is stupid and annoying because they have a medical
    > condition? Guess that would apply to you too. Or do you not really
    > have diabetes? Or... Who are you really? Posting through google
    > groups...



    in your opinion

  4. #4
    % Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    Julie Bove wrote:
    > BillyZoom wrote:
    >> On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >>> Bob wrote:
    >>>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    >>>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    >>>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    >>>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    >>>>> see as a problem.
    >>>>> Wish that could happen in this group!
    >>>
    >>>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    >>>>> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    >>>>> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...
    >>>
    >>>> No, they don't.
    >>>> What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    >>>> moderators.
    >>>
    >>> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a
    >>> moderated Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to
    >>> join it and then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing
    >>> everyone all at once. With that group we all had to be positive and
    >>> could only say positive things. Well, if you have Fibromyalgia and
    >>> are in the middle of a flairup you are not likely to be positive.
    >>> You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having brain fog. The
    >>> group was anything but helpful to me. One woman was some sort of
    >>> singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    >>> congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. For the
    >>> few months I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one
    >>> woman and the rest of us were not allowed to discuss what we were
    >>> going through if we were havnig a tough time.
    >>>
    >>> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to
    >>> have changed more recently and there are more low carbers there.
    >>> But at the time it was all about working dessert into your eating
    >>> plan. Not something I need or want to do. So just not for me.
    >>>
    >>> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    >>> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >>
    >> Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    >> That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    >> the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    >> talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

    >
    > I see. So someone is stupid and annoying because they have a medical
    > condition? Guess that would apply to you too. Or do you not really
    > have diabetes? Or... Who are you really? Posting through google
    > groups...



    opinion

  5. #5
    projectile vomit chick Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    On Jun 23, 5:26*pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 23, 4:29*am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Bob wrote:
    > > > On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    > > >> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were banned
    > > >> from posting in this ng.
    > > >> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    > > >> see as a problem.
    > > >> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >
    > > >> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    > > >> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    > > >> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...

    >
    > > > No, they don't.
    > > > What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    > > > moderators.

    >
    > > I like this place because it is *not* moderated. *I joined a moderated
    > > Fibromyalgia group once. *What a joke! *I had to pay to join it andthen it
    > > turned out to be simply people e-mailing everyone all at once. *With that
    > > group we all had to be positive and could only say positive things. *Well,
    > > if you have Fibromyalgia and are in the middle of a flairup you are not
    > > likely to be positive. *You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having
    > > brain fog. *The group was anything but helpful to me. *One woman was some
    > > sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    > > congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. *For the fewmonths
    > > I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one woman and the rest of
    > > us were not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were havnig
    > > a tough time.

    >
    > > I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. *Things do seem to have
    > > changed more recently and there are more low carbers there. *But at the time
    > > it was all about working dessert into your eating plan. *Not something I
    > > need or want to do. *So just not for me.

    >
    > > I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. *There are plenty of
    > > them out there. *But don't try to change this!

    >
    > Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    > That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    > the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    > talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.


    LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    Carrington was not as Dramatic.

  6. #6
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group


    "projectile vomit chick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Jun 23, 5:26 pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Bob wrote:
    > > > On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    > > >> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were banned
    > > >> from posting in this ng.
    > > >> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    > > >> see as a problem.
    > > >> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >
    > > >> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    > > >> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    > > >> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...

    >
    > > > No, they don't.
    > > > What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    > > > moderators.

    >
    > > I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a moderated
    > > Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to join it and then
    > > it
    > > turned out to be simply people e-mailing everyone all at once. With that
    > > group we all had to be positive and could only say positive things.
    > > Well,
    > > if you have Fibromyalgia and are in the middle of a flairup you are not
    > > likely to be positive. You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly
    > > having
    > > brain fog. The group was anything but helpful to me. One woman was some
    > > sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    > > congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. For the few
    > > months
    > > I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one woman and the
    > > rest of
    > > us were not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were
    > > havnig
    > > a tough time.

    >
    > > I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to have
    > > changed more recently and there are more low carbers there. But at the
    > > time
    > > it was all about working dessert into your eating plan. Not something I
    > > need or want to do. So just not for me.

    >
    > > I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are plenty
    > > of
    > > them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >
    > Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    > That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    > the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    > talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.


    LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    Carrington was not as Dramatic.

    Do you have diabetes? If not, then what are you doing on this group?



  7. #7
    BillyZoom Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    On Jun 24, 5:27*pm, projectile vomit chick
    <projektilevomitch...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 23, 5:26*pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Jun 23, 4:29*am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > Bob wrote:
    > > > > On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    > > > >> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were banned
    > > > >> from posting in this ng.
    > > > >> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone they
    > > > >> see as a problem.
    > > > >> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >
    > > > >> There are so many of you here who really help people that are just
    > > > >> learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease. THANK YOU!
    > > > >> :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death damages this ng...

    >
    > > > > No, they don't.
    > > > > What damages groups such as this one are It's-my-way-or-the-highway
    > > > > moderators.

    >
    > > > I like this place because it is *not* moderated. *I joined a moderated
    > > > Fibromyalgia group once. *What a joke! *I had to pay to join it and then it
    > > > turned out to be simply people e-mailing everyone all at once. *With that
    > > > group we all had to be positive and could only say positive things. *Well,
    > > > if you have Fibromyalgia and are in the middle of a flairup you are not
    > > > likely to be positive. *You will be exhausted, in pain and possiblyhaving
    > > > brain fog. *The group was anything but helpful to me. *One woman was some
    > > > sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    > > > congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. *For the few months
    > > > I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one woman and the rest of
    > > > us were not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were havnig
    > > > a tough time.

    >
    > > > I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. *Things do seem to have
    > > > changed more recently and there are more low carbers there. *But atthe time
    > > > it was all about working dessert into your eating plan. *Not something I
    > > > need or want to do. *So just not for me.

    >
    > > > I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. *There are plenty of
    > > > them out there. *But don't try to change this!

    >
    > > Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    > > That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    > > the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    > > talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

    >
    > LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. *Alexis
    > Carrington was not as Dramatic.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Fibromyalgia = Attention Seeking Pain in the Ass

    I refuse to believe she's a real person. How can you be that whiny
    about every topic? What finally tore it for me was the can lid story.
    There were so many things wrong with that. But nobody got to the
    initial shock. She and her daughter are so precious and fragile and
    delicate, but she got...Taco Bell?!? ****ing Taco Bell!?! She's
    allergic to everything, refuses to eat most things, has Fibromyalgia
    and diabetes and she gets take-out dog food...Yeah.

  8. #8
    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    projectile vomit chick wrote:

    > LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    > Carrington was not as Dramatic.


    next up is being sexually abused or child of an alcoholic...

  9. #9
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    BillyZoom wrote:
    > On Jun 24, 5:27 pm, projectile vomit chick
    > <projektilevomitch...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> On Jun 23, 5:26 pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:

    >>
    >>>> Bob wrote:
    >>>>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    >>>>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    >>>>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    >>>>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone
    >>>>>> they see as a problem.
    >>>>>> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >>
    >>>>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are
    >>>>>> just learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease.
    >>>>>> THANK YOU! :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death
    >>>>>> damages this ng...

    >>
    >>>>> No, they don't.
    >>>>> What damages groups such as this one are
    >>>>> It's-my-way-or-the-highway moderators.

    >>
    >>>> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a
    >>>> moderated Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to
    >>>> join it and then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing
    >>>> everyone all at once. With that group we all had to be positive
    >>>> and could only say positive things. Well, if you have Fibromyalgia
    >>>> and are in the middle of a flairup you are not likely to be
    >>>> positive. You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having brain
    >>>> fog. The group was anything but helpful to me. One woman was some
    >>>> sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    >>>> congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. For the
    >>>> few months I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one
    >>>> woman and the rest of us were not allowed to discuss what we were
    >>>> going through if we were havnig a tough time.

    >>
    >>>> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to
    >>>> have changed more recently and there are more low carbers there.
    >>>> But at the time it was all about working dessert into your eating
    >>>> plan. Not something I need or want to do. So just not for me.

    >>
    >>>> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    >>>> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >>
    >>> Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    >>> That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    >>> the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    >>> talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

    >>
    >> LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    >> Carrington was not as Dramatic.- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Fibromyalgia = Attention Seeking Pain in the Ass
    >
    > I refuse to believe she's a real person. How can you be that whiny
    > about every topic? What finally tore it for me was the can lid story.
    > There were so many things wrong with that. But nobody got to the
    > initial shock. She and her daughter are so precious and fragile and
    > delicate, but she got...Taco Bell?!? ****ing Taco Bell!?! She's
    > allergic to everything, refuses to eat most things, has Fibromyalgia
    > and diabetes and she gets take-out dog food...Yeah.


    Where did I say that we got Taco Bell? We don't eat there. We did recently
    eat at Taco Time, a local chain with all fresh ingredients and no fillers.
    They have salads and Fit Bowls and white chicken chili.

    But it is clear to me that you are a cyber stalker. You are not even from
    *this* newsgroup and have followed me here. Why? You tell me.

    Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. At least it was for
    me. I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit eating soy. Too bad
    it's not that easy for most people. My daughter now has a thyroid problem
    and I have been very careful to eliminate soy from her diet. She does eat
    some goitrogenic foods but not a lot of them.

    Now why don't you move along. I've no clue who you are and I don't really
    care. But a damed troll to be sure!



  10. #10
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    Goomba wrote:
    > projectile vomit chick wrote:
    >
    >> LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    >> Carrington was not as Dramatic.

    >
    > next up is being sexually abused or child of an alcoholic...


    Now you're here too? Do *you* have diabetes?



  11. #11
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Sorry for the crossposts!

    My newsreader is such that I can't tell that things are being crossposted
    unless I look at the headers. Apparently some trolls from over here stalked
    me to the diabetes newsgroup and set me up so that of course I would
    unwittingly crosspost my answers over here. Choice. Really choice.



  12. #12
    BillyZoom Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    On Jun 24, 11:06*pm, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > BillyZoom wrote:
    > > On Jun 24, 5:27 pm, projectile vomit chick
    > > <projektilevomitch...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > >> On Jun 23, 5:26 pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > >>> On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:

    >
    > >>>> Bob wrote:
    > >>>>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    > >>>>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    > >>>>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    > >>>>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone
    > >>>>>> they see as a problem.
    > >>>>>> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >
    > >>>>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are
    > >>>>>> just learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease.
    > >>>>>> THANK YOU! :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death
    > >>>>>> damages this ng...

    >
    > >>>>> No, they don't.
    > >>>>> What damages groups such as this one are
    > >>>>> It's-my-way-or-the-highway moderators.

    >
    > >>>> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a
    > >>>> moderated Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to
    > >>>> join it and then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing
    > >>>> everyone all at once. With that group we all had to be positive
    > >>>> and could only say positive things. Well, if you have Fibromyalgia
    > >>>> and are in the middle of a flairup you are not likely to be
    > >>>> positive. You will be exhausted, in pain and possibly having brain
    > >>>> fog. The group was anything but helpful to me. One woman was some
    > >>>> sort of singer and the moderator kept telling us all how we should
    > >>>> congratulate her because she was in some kind of a show. For the
    > >>>> few months I was in this group it all seemed to be about this one
    > >>>> woman and the rest of us were not allowed to discuss what we were
    > >>>> going through if we were havnig a tough time.

    >
    > >>>> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to
    > >>>> have changed more recently and there are more low carbers there.
    > >>>> But at the time it was all about working dessert into your eating
    > >>>> plan. Not something I need or want to do. So just not for me.

    >
    > >>>> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    > >>>> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >
    > >>> Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have? Fibromyalgia!!!
    > >>> That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me de-lurk, but you are
    > >>> the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever encountered. And we're
    > >>> talking about the internet, here! That's quite an achievement.

    >
    > >> LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    > >> Carrington was not as Dramatic.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > > Fibromyalgia = Attention Seeking Pain in the Ass

    >
    > > I refuse to believe she's a real person. How can you be that whiny
    > > about every topic? What finally tore it for me was the can lid story.
    > > There were so many things wrong with that. But nobody got to the
    > > initial shock. She and her daughter are so precious and fragile and
    > > delicate, but she got...Taco Bell?!? ****ing Taco Bell!?! She's
    > > allergic to everything, refuses to eat most things, has Fibromyalgia
    > > and diabetes and she gets take-out dog food...Yeah.

    >
    > Where did I say that we got Taco Bell? *We don't eat there. *We did recently
    > eat at Taco Time, a local chain with all fresh ingredients and no fillers..
    > They have salads and Fit Bowls and white chicken chili.
    >
    > But it is clear to me that you are a cyber stalker. *You are not even from
    > *this* newsgroup and have followed me here. *Why? *You tell me.
    >
    > Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. *At least it was for
    > me. *I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit eating soy. *Too bad
    > it's not that easy for most people. *My daughter now has a thyroid problem
    > and I have been very careful to eliminate soy from her diet. *She does eat
    > some goitrogenic foods but not a lot of them.
    >
    > Now why don't you move along. *I've no clue who you are and I don't really
    > care. *But a damed troll to be sure!- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Well, of course she has a thyroid problem, Baron VM. Yes, I'm
    following your posts, because you're such a ****ing cartoon. If you
    hadn't bred it would just be funny. But now you've saddled us with
    another whiny chick who blames her unhappiness on everything but the
    source - her hypochondriac mother. Some poor sap is going to have to
    put up with whining about PMS, Fibromyalgia, diabetes, nut allergies,
    semen allergies, etc. jsut to get into her tender panties. And then he
    gets to meet YOU! Don't save up for the wedding.

  13. #13
    sf Guest

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    On Fri, 24 Jun 2011 16:58:53 -0700 (PDT), BillyZoom
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I refuse to believe she's a real person.


    and just who the hell are you Billy boy?

    --

    Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.

  14. #14
    Omelet Guest

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    In article <iu3jav$rm6$[email protected]>,
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. At least it was for
    > me. I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit eating soy. Too bad
    > it's not that easy for most people. My daughter now has a thyroid problem
    > and I have been very careful to eliminate soy from her diet. She does eat
    > some goitrogenic foods but not a lot of them.


    Thanks for posting this.
    I'm going to start reading labels even more carefully and see if soy
    makes a real difference.

    My Hyopthyroidism is not currently well controlled and has not been for
    a long time. I mostly avoid commercially prepared foods but it seems to
    have made no difference.
    --
    Peace, Om
    Web Albums: <http://picasaweb.google.com/OMPOmelet>

    "Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have
    come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first."
    -- Mark Twain

  15. #15
    Julie Bove Guest

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    BillyZoom wrote:
    > On Jun 24, 11:06 pm, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >> BillyZoom wrote:
    >>> On Jun 24, 5:27 pm, projectile vomit chick
    >>> <projektilevomitch...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >>>> On Jun 23, 5:26 pm, BillyZoom <medav...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >>
    >>>>> On Jun 23, 4:29 am, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:

    >>
    >>>>>> Bob wrote:
    >>>>>>> On Jun 22, 9:45 pm, MEC...@webtv.net (I Worry) wrote:
    >>>>>>>> Would be an even better group if the trolls and spammers were
    >>>>>>>> banned from posting in this ng.
    >>>>>>>> In the webtv newsgroups the owner of the group can ban anyone
    >>>>>>>> they see as a problem.
    >>>>>>>> Wish that could happen in this group!

    >>
    >>>>>>>> There are so many of you here who really help people that are
    >>>>>>>> just learning how to live, learn and cope with this disease.
    >>>>>>>> THANK YOU! :-) But the trolls who beat the posts to death
    >>>>>>>> damages this ng...

    >>
    >>>>>>> No, they don't.
    >>>>>>> What damages groups such as this one are
    >>>>>>> It's-my-way-or-the-highway moderators.

    >>
    >>>>>> I like this place because it is *not* moderated. I joined a
    >>>>>> moderated Fibromyalgia group once. What a joke! I had to pay to
    >>>>>> join it and then it turned out to be simply people e-mailing
    >>>>>> everyone all at once. With that group we all had to be positive
    >>>>>> and could only say positive things. Well, if you have
    >>>>>> Fibromyalgia and are in the middle of a flairup you are not
    >>>>>> likely to be positive. You will be exhausted, in pain and
    >>>>>> possibly having brain fog. The group was anything but helpful to
    >>>>>> me. One woman was some sort of singer and the moderator kept
    >>>>>> telling us all how we should congratulate her because she was in
    >>>>>> some kind of a show. For the few months I was in this group it
    >>>>>> all seemed to be about this one woman and the rest of us were
    >>>>>> not allowed to discuss what we were going through if we were
    >>>>>> havnig a tough time.

    >>
    >>>>>> I have also been to moderated diabetes forums. Things do seem to
    >>>>>> have changed more recently and there are more low carbers there.
    >>>>>> But at the time it was all about working dessert into your eating
    >>>>>> plan. Not something I need or want to do. So just not for me.

    >>
    >>>>>> I say if you want moderation, go to a moderated group. There are
    >>>>>> plenty of them out there. But don't try to change this!

    >>
    >>>>> Is there any "look at me" affliction you DON'T have?
    >>>>> Fibromyalgia!!! That's just perfect. It takes a lot to make me
    >>>>> de-lurk, but you are the stupidest, most annoying **** I've ever
    >>>>> encountered. And we're talking about the internet, here! That's
    >>>>> quite an achievement.

    >>
    >>>> LOL and I see she's played the "fibromyalgia" card, too. Alexis
    >>>> Carrington was not as Dramatic.- Hide quoted text -

    >>
    >>>> - Show quoted text -

    >>
    >>> Fibromyalgia = Attention Seeking Pain in the Ass

    >>
    >>> I refuse to believe she's a real person. How can you be that whiny
    >>> about every topic? What finally tore it for me was the can lid
    >>> story. There were so many things wrong with that. But nobody got to
    >>> the initial shock. She and her daughter are so precious and fragile
    >>> and delicate, but she got...Taco Bell?!? ****ing Taco Bell!?! She's
    >>> allergic to everything, refuses to eat most things, has Fibromyalgia
    >>> and diabetes and she gets take-out dog food...Yeah.

    >>
    >> Where did I say that we got Taco Bell? We don't eat there. We did
    >> recently eat at Taco Time, a local chain with all fresh ingredients
    >> and no fillers. They have salads and Fit Bowls and white chicken
    >> chili.
    >>
    >> But it is clear to me that you are a cyber stalker. You are not even
    >> from *this* newsgroup and have followed me here. Why? You tell me.
    >>
    >> Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. At least it
    >> was for me. I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit eating
    >> soy. Too bad it's not that easy for most people. My daughter now has
    >> a thyroid problem and I have been very careful to eliminate soy from
    >> her diet. She does eat some goitrogenic foods but not a lot of them.
    >>
    >> Now why don't you move along. I've no clue who you are and I don't
    >> really care. But a damed troll to be sure!- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Well, of course she has a thyroid problem, Baron VM. Yes, I'm
    > following your posts, because you're such a ****ing cartoon. If you
    > hadn't bred it would just be funny. But now you've saddled us with
    > another whiny chick who blames her unhappiness on everything but the
    > source - her hypochondriac mother. Some poor sap is going to have to
    > put up with whining about PMS, Fibromyalgia, diabetes, nut allergies,
    > semen allergies, etc. jsut to get into her tender panties. And then he
    > gets to meet YOU! Don't save up for the wedding.


    WTF? You are a royal piece of work!



  16. #16
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    Omelet wrote:
    > In article <iu3jav$rm6$[email protected]>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. At least it
    >> was for me. I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit
    >> eating soy. Too bad it's not that easy for most people. My
    >> daughter now has a thyroid problem and I have been very careful to
    >> eliminate soy from her diet. She does eat some goitrogenic foods
    >> but not a lot of them.

    >
    > Thanks for posting this.
    > I'm going to start reading labels even more carefully and see if soy
    > makes a real difference.
    >
    > My Hyopthyroidism is not currently well controlled and has not been
    > for a long time. I mostly avoid commercially prepared foods but it
    > seems to have made no difference.




  17. #17
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    Omelet wrote:
    > In article <iu3jav$rm6$[email protected]>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Fibromyalgia is IMO a side effect of a thyroid problem. At least it
    >> was for me. I no longer have the thyroid problem since I quit
    >> eating soy. Too bad it's not that easy for most people. My
    >> daughter now has a thyroid problem and I have been very careful to
    >> eliminate soy from her diet. She does eat some goitrogenic foods
    >> but not a lot of them.

    >
    > Thanks for posting this.
    > I'm going to start reading labels even more carefully and see if soy
    > makes a real difference.
    >
    > My Hyopthyroidism is not currently well controlled and has not been
    > for a long time. I mostly avoid commercially prepared foods but it
    > seems to have made no difference.


    Oops! I sent a blank post. Sorry. Also see this list:

    http://www.ithyroid.com/goitrogens.htm

    Gee... I didn't know pine nuts were on there. I do tend to eat a lot of
    those at times. And I have seen other lists that include spinach and
    strawberries.



  18. #18
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    sf wrote:

    >> I refuse to believe she's a real person.

    >
    > and just who the hell are you Billy boy?


    According to Google, his Usenet participation has mostly been in a college
    football forum. I don't know why he's got such a hard-on for Julie.

    Bob



  19. #19
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group

    sf wrote:
    > On Fri, 24 Jun 2011 16:58:53 -0700 (PDT), BillyZoom
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I refuse to believe she's a real person.

    >
    > and just who the hell are you Billy boy?


    He is apparently stalking me. He first came to the diabetes newsgroup and
    now here. Seemingly everywhere I post.



  20. #20
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: This Group


    "Bob Terwilliger" <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz> wrote in message
    news:4e056ea8$0$3468$c3e8da3$[email protected] b.com...
    > sf wrote:
    >
    >>> I refuse to believe she's a real person.

    >>
    >> and just who the hell are you Billy boy?

    >
    > According to Google, his Usenet participation has mostly been in a college
    > football forum. I don't know why he's got such a hard-on for Julie.
    >
    > Bob


    Ew. Ew, ew, ew. Not my type! No. Not at all. *Tries hard to clear
    smarmy image from mind*



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