Before I was diagnosed with MS I did not make these stupid spelling errors or put in words that should not be there but since my diagnosis they pop up everywhere and it is really frustrating.
Lyon wrote:Don't kid yourself scorpion, you are not alone. 1eye makes mistakes in the midst of pointing out the mistakes of others:1eye wrote:1. Found something else to do besides type in responses to more stupid 'paper' tricks on the Internet.
and the number one reason why people FAIL to fall silent after their Liberation treatment:
They love to say 'I told you so'.
Lyon wrote:My bad. While I won't say that I don't spend "enough" time reading 1eye's posts, I will say that, at best, I quickly gloss over them.Cece wrote: I don't see an error there. He counted down the top ten reasons why people do fall silent after the liberation procedure, then moved on and gave the number one reason why people don't fall silent.
TMrox wrote:The link that Scorpio shared, talks about the experience of Chant, a MS patient who is skeptic about CCSVI, and the criticism he has received in online chatrooms. Hey, he has not precisely been told nice things for sharing his views...
He believes others, who constantly chit-chat about impending trips to Bulgaria or Poland or India for the procedure, go underground after they get the treatment but aren't cured.
"They disappear," he said. "The website goes quiet. They don't want to admit they spent $30,000 for an Aspirin."
Johnson wrote:Think Kubler-Ross and the five stages of grief.
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