I must have done something Very Very awful to you because I never thought I would be called names when I preview things as browser. Things like last edited by an annoying person to be nice. I am managing partner of a very generous Corp. with 211 employees most work from home. That said I have just been trying to learn how to do new things on computers on my own and as a Gen X guy it can be difficult. however, I taught myself a lot over a year and I figured I could try writing on Wikipedia and not bother anyone no matter how long I work at it. so yesterday Invite to take an adventure while learning but I didn't understand the idea or what was happening. I waisted so much time doing as told went to the tea shop everything but it ran me in circles. I was so mad I had our legal counsel here at six am along with local employees to see what would happen well the names came faster. so I sent someone there the name and phone number of our law firm. then my history was changed or deleted friends saw different things with my name on it and in the same house the screens are different. I hope it's a freak thing because I don't feel good after presenting four attorneys to young smart people that I thought you were. all done maybe venting will help.
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