Hi, I saw people talking about her and I saw her talking in a converstion yesterday... Is she banned? If so, what happend?
Doesn't work like that. It is a 3 day ban. Could have happened 20 minutes ago.
3 days at most...she has other profiles...shell be back.
yeah.. i heard she is nice person.. anyone want to tell me about her?
Yes she is. She just emailed me with the notice. She told that guy he is disgusting yesterday for starting a thread about having someone else banned. Our new Sheriff is doing his job well. Must play nice now.
I only hope she will be able to bring in the New year with us on the 31st. 'nuff said.
oh i was there at that conversation.. But what she said wasnt too bad i mean the guy probably didnt start crying...
'You have the right to shut the f**k up!'
The new HP communicators of awesomeness. ^
Well, she evidently got under his skin. He did need it. It was not right of him to post that. I suppose she is pleased with telling him off. 3 days ain't so bad.
yeah... she can do something else to keep her busy...
Is not that Bad !!
I'm Gloria, her best friend !
she sends her love to all of you !
Now I told you all to be nice. What we have here is a failure to communicate! Maybe this will learn you a thing or two.
She is an outspoken and lovely woman in every way and a wonderful poet as well. I count her as friend and we do not agree on everything. But she is fun.
IMO Tantrum did NOTHING wrong. Children are playing stupid games with the report button.
She is, ahhhh... "breathlessly entertaining" to talk to, but she didn't deserve to be banned.
I don't think I have ever heard her say anything worth banning. Thats for sure.
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