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Wow, this site can get addicting


By Ron Jackson - Posted on 15 November 2008

Yes, I agree.

I don't post as often as I would like, too busy reading all the information ~ impressive comments / thought provoking...    

I really miss your posts, Dana.  I remember what it was like before we got so big, and there wasn't as much to keep up with reading.  I don't post as much now either.  Between reading and troll patrol, I stay on the site but don't post nearly like I used to.
I've done that many of time.

Hi. My name is Lauren and I'm a RFOholic!

LOL  Admitting you have a problem is the first step Ron!!  =)

Hi.  My name is Charlene and I'm an RFO addict.

I freely admit it!  :)

Isn't it crap, at work time drags on like a minute is an hour and here it is an hour in a minute.

Hi All.  My name is Jake and I am an RFO addict.  

I've got my time down over the last few days, though.  That might be progress.   

In my defense, RFO is one of the few sites that my employer doesn't block with WebBlocker.   

Yes America Can!  Yes America Did!

 

Sucked in another one!  Welcome to RFO Ron.  HA!

Hi, my name's Bill, and I'm an RFO addict as well.  You're among good company.  :)

My name is Suzi, and I'm not really an addict.  I'm just at the meeting cause my family made me. ;-)

I can quit any time I want. 

"For those who plan with audacity and execute with vigor,
progress is the magnificent by product." 

Me too, Tin....I told my girls that, but they insisted I needed a program....can you believe??

Suzi-Let's set the record straight. I know you like to act like the sweet mother hen around here but...

I remember you talking about trying to convince your girls to "try a little" RFO way back when.

Well, now look what you've done! It's bad enough you wouldn't even hide your problem from your own children, but to lure them into the trap? How could you? Well, I guess a family that RFO's together stays together (or at least votes together!)

Shamefully Signed, Not-ready-to-recover-Addict, Izzy : )

Dang Izzy, see what happens when I get into a recovery program with people that knew me way back when?  Sheesh!

Ok, I confess...first I lured them into considering Obama, then I set the hook with RFO.  Satisfied????

My next confession is that I'm not ready to recover either, but I heard they served wine at these meetings, so I came anyway. ;-)

Suzi just kept on saying things like, "Just go to RFO and look around.  Ask any questions you have.  You can't get hooked the first time.  I'm your mother, TRUST ME!"  I gave in to peer pressure (from my MOTHER) at my age!

::::SIGH::::  now my life is divided into 2 parts.  PreRFO and RFO!  =)

As long as the wine is $500 a bottle, we can stay in denial as long as it takes!
Uhhhh, are we dining at the White House again?
This site is addicting . . .  I'm hooked.

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And there's no sense crying over every mistake
You just keep on trying 'til you run out of cake.

magus, this is perfect!! <now having one of those uncontrolled outbursts of laughter> 

John may need to consider putting this on the front page.  He could consider it truth in advertising, or a disclaimer.  lol

He's more than welcome to use this parody of every drug commercial out there (well, technically, it's a parody of the Warcraft III High Elf Priest...).
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And there's no sense crying over every mistake
You just keep on trying 'til you run out of cake.

"Side effects may include excessive snark, troll rage, uncontrolled outbursts of laughter and/or crying, loss of fingerprints from excessive typing, acute cognitive bias, hero worship, sleep deprivation, erratic behavior, or anxiety."

ROFL!!!  That was brilliant, Magus!

But Magus, what if you maintain talk of election for 4 hours should you consult a doctor.

Tell me about it.....I check it 7 to 10 times a day.....Shameless or not.

 If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible... ...who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.

I peak in and out all day . . . everyday.

hey, i got no problem.

hiccup. 

 

 

 

Truth, justice and the American way!  Yesssssssss

Very cool pic, Mac.

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