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    Might survive, might not Brazito's Avatar
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    I log in but it seems to expire, why??????? I don't go to other sites. I just read posts here. But if I try to post I may not be logged in even though I've logged in previously.
    I was so depressed last night thinking about the economy, wars, jobs, my savings, Social Security, retirement funds, etc., I called the Suicide Hotline.

    I got a call center in Pakistan, and when I told them I was suicidal, they got all excited, and asked if I could drive a truck.


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    There is a box just below the log-in that says, "Remember Me". Make certain you check that box or your login will time out with no activity. It's a short window, too. Maybe 5 minutes. I don't remember. If you are ticking the box and still getting logged out then clear your cache and cookies and log in again.

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    If you are using AOL as your browser, AOL also times you out after 20 minutes...... I had to goto IE directly to keep signed in.

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    Thanks y'all.
    I was so depressed last night thinking about the economy, wars, jobs, my savings, Social Security, retirement funds, etc., I called the Suicide Hotline.

    I got a call center in Pakistan, and when I told them I was suicidal, they got all excited, and asked if I could drive a truck.

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    No No, No, Braz.... It's just you.
    When Wealth is Lost, Nothing is Lost;
    When Health is Lost, Something is Lost;
    When Character is Lost, ALL IS LOST!!!!!!!

    Colonel Charles Hyatt circa 1880

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