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Postby eleanor_rigby » Thu Jan 31, 2008 3:28 pm

And people look at me weirdly when I say I'm moving to Canada when I can afford it and have nothing keeping me here.... :roll: Let me out of here!!!
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby neesieusa » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:13 pm

One question none of you answered for me: how closely do people in the UK follow US presidential elections? This one's gonna be a doozy. I've already stated that I'm a Republican and don't care who knows it, and was leaning toward Senator McCain at first, then Senator Romney, now I'm unsure.
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby Sue Elford » Thu Jan 31, 2008 10:28 pm

I don't think you are weird Eleanor - Canada is a country full of great opportunities! Go for it girl, you have nothing to lose. :D
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby neesieusa » Fri Feb 01, 2008 12:26 am

SOMEONE PLEASE ANSWER MY SIMPLE QUESTION! 3RD TIME ASKED! HOW CLOSELY ARE US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS FOLLOWED IN THE UK? Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for your time!
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby tony » Fri Feb 01, 2008 12:49 am

neesieusa wrote:SOMEONE PLEASE ANSWER MY SIMPLE QUESTION! 3RD TIME ASKED! HOW CLOSELY ARE US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS FOLLOWED IN THE UK? Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for your time!


Please don't use capitals - it comes across as aggression on a forum.

I can only speak for myself and not the UK - but I care little for the US elections, and probably even less for the UK ones (as previously suggested I won't be voting).
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby Rick » Fri Feb 01, 2008 1:36 am

I don't know anything further than the names I'm afraid. I couldn't even tell you the difference between Republican and Democrat! :lol:
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby neesieusa » Fri Feb 01, 2008 2:05 am

Didn't mean to be agressive. Was only trying to get attention! Sorry if I offended anyone.
If you guys are still online, would a few days of severe fatigue be enough to concern you about meds being off balance, or maybe needing extra cortisol?
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby Sue Elford » Fri Feb 01, 2008 7:51 am

Hi Neesieusa,

Sorry, I didn't reply to your post either as I am not particularly interested in politics, either at home or abroad! As ofr your question about sever fatigue, it does sound as if you could be short of cortisol, so it may be worth doubling up on your glucocorticoid dose for a couple of days to see if that helps - it can't do any harm! Here's hoping ....! :D
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby Sue Elford » Fri Feb 01, 2008 8:12 am

Sorry, I should have finished that last sentence as I meant: Here's hoping....you feel better soon, not....it won't do any harm, coz it won't! I hope I didn't cause too much confusion - it is early in the morning and I haven't woken up properly yet!c:D
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Re: possibly time diffference.....

Postby neesieusa » Fri Feb 01, 2008 1:02 pm

Sue-it's 6AM here-I spoke w/an on-call endo last night-mine's on vacation(holiday)-he thinks it's my diabetes & said speak w/my nurse before I take any more extra cortisol. But after the extra dose last night I feel somewhat better. Thank you for your answer.
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