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Re: Why do I keep getting logged off if I go to another part of the site? by peripatetically on 20 February 2003 9:09pm
 
USA: BSH, I could swear there are little nasty men inside these confounded computers playing tricks with us, or else poltergeists! Log off for a while and try later. It's probably nothing you are doing wrong. It's the nature of the beast!

Patty~
 
Re: Why do I keep getting logged off if I go to another part of the site? by pandk2 on 21 February 2003 6:28am
 
Bruce it's beacuse you've been eating Spam, which is against the rules and is punishable by a serious unlogging!!!
IDLS!!!
See ya...Karen
 
Re: Why do I keep getting logged off if I go to another part of the site? by Dianne on 2 March 2003 1:51am
 
This happened to me the other day, having to log on again, when I went to another part of the site. However, it cannot be blamed on Spam. Karen thinks the worries of the world are the cause of Spam eaters.
 
Re: Why do I keep getting logged off if I go to another part of the site? by pandk2 on 2 March 2003 2:00am
 
Bruce,
Very few ever know what I'm talking about...it's OK, really!
:) Karen
 



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