Is Bromley Gone?

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Is Bromley Gone?

Postby marcstck » Fri Mar 03, 2006 9:26 am

Just read B's last post in the Tysabri section. Hope that it is another one of his jokes, as he states he is going to stop posting, after the "Harry Z' fiasco.

I find Bromley's posts to be very informative, and I think this site will be diminished by his absence. Take a while to lick your wounds Bromley, and to get over your misinterpreted attempt at humor, but don't give up on the site. Your posts indeed carry much value...
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Postby Melody » Fri Mar 03, 2006 12:53 pm

Well said :D
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Postby flipflopper » Fri Mar 03, 2006 2:56 pm

I also agree with marcstck!
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In favor of Bromley

Postby RicMa » Fri Mar 03, 2006 3:45 pm

I would like Bromley to stay. :)
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Another in favor of Bromley

Postby Shayk » Fri Mar 03, 2006 3:53 pm

Ian--

I'd like you to stay as well. Your posts are valuable and informative.

Most importantly, you're a valuable person to the community, your wife and family too.

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Postby LifeOnTheFence » Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:40 pm

IAN:

Please come back. You were an asset to this board. 8O
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Postby LifeOnTheFence » Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:41 pm

IAN:

Please come back. You were an asset to this board. 8O
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"Wait and See."
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Rebif 4/05
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Postby scoobyjude » Sat Mar 04, 2006 8:06 pm

I also hope you stay Ian. You and Dignan are the reason I was drawn to this board. The research info that you both provide is outstanding. You are definitely an asset to this board. So what if your joke didn't go over well-we have MS! There are much more important things to worry about :D Please come back.
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Postby Jaded » Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:00 pm

I second that. Please can we revert to normal?

Ian this site needs you. Please have a re-think and come back.

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Ian we miss you

Postby merlin26 » Sun Mar 05, 2006 1:48 pm

I miss you too Ian. I really like your posts they're very informative. The only thing that gets to me is when you attach something cynical / negative to them. Im all for discussion but when you berate the drug or say something along the lines of 'we've all heard that before..' (paraphrasing) it gets to me. Aside from that your posts have always been great and id hate to be without them.
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Re: Ian we miss you

Postby HarryZ » Mon Mar 06, 2006 7:21 am

I'm sure that many of you who have read the recent message by Ian to me were quite surprised to say the least. I know that I certainly was!

Since that original post, Ian and I have exchanged numerous private messages about the content of the post and the intent behind it. We have been able to clear up a lot of the misperception that existed between us and just why this happened.

One definite fact we discussed was the problems that MS can cause someone when it slices and takes away from its victim many of the things that one can cherish....everything from every day living tasks to the loss of family enjoyment. The resulting fear, anxiety and frustration
can effect how a person thinks and communicates. Believe me, I have seen this very problem happen to my wife who has suffered from this dreaded disease for 35 years and I can understand what Ian was describing to me.

Ian and I have decided to put this episode in the past and move on. I know that he stated that he would stop posting on ThisIsMs but Ian has contributed far too much so far to take this step. I am going to strongly suggest that he continue to offer his messages of insight into what is
going on in the world of MS and ask him to please continue to participate in this forum.

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Postby Rita » Mon Mar 06, 2006 7:51 am

I think, we all need help, every one of us feels fear most of the times. We all are in the same ship, a ship that goes to an uncertain trip and we need to be strong all together not to succumb by this MonSter, so Ian please come were you belong, come home, we all loves you even if sometimes we express different opinions, this is even good for all.

love from

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Postby Jaded » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:34 am

Harry, Ian

I am glad you have resolved this.

This thing does get to us, as you say Harry, and sometimes it's hard to understand the effect it has, let alone accept it.

Looking forward to seeing both your posts soon.

8)

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