I'm am a computer retard. I don't know how to do the forumns any more. How do you comment on a thread? Don't lie either you sorry atheists and liberals!
type control/alt/delete, then reset your monitor.
It might not work the first time, so keep trying.
You might have to reboot a few times.
Tantrum, first thing first, how you doing? It shows threads and posts, I get the threads I don't understand the posts. Hey and don't mess with me either, I will cry!
I'm not messing with you ! LOL
I'm worried! your posts are funny and I like them !
maybe you need a rest !
Gotcha! There is a word "Actions" on the right, click it and you'll see the options
You guys came to my rescue and saved me , who do I kiss first!
hanging in my friend
just trying to distract myself and a forum is always a ridiculous but effective means
thanks for asking
You're too pretty! You'd only make my wife kick the crap outta me!
Are your viewing the forum as threaded, or chronological?
That's a new feature...
How do you comment? mmmmmmm.... Read, Think, Respond, Address wait for reply. lolololo
Actually, it's not a real good idea to take PC advice from me.
I'm a mac.
I just like throwing around all the PC phrases like ctrl/alt/del and DOS & stuff.
Oh, another PC phrase:
That's a liberal way of saying dum.
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