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    Is it possible to deactivate an account?

    I don't have an addictive personality, but I find myself compelled to logon to this forum.

    It's actually interfered with work.

    Is it even possible to deactivate an account?

    Does anyone know a good counselor for social-networking addictions?
    "Time's fun when you're having flies." -Kermit the Frog

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    I thought you did a pretty good job of deactiviating yourself for several months not long ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fire diver View Post
    I thought you did a pretty good job of deactiviating yourself for several months not long ago.
    Tim "The Star and Crescent shall not be worn by every man, but only by him who is worthy to wear it. He must be a gentleman... a man of honor and courage... a man of zeal, yet humble... an intelligent man...a man of truth... one who tempers action with wisdom and, above all else, one who walks in the light of God."

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    I was in Moldavia setting up some sleeper Spectre agents. The internet connections there suck. I couldn't even check my email.
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    Ok. Ok. I completely understand.

    My bad.
    Tim "The Star and Crescent shall not be worn by every man, but only by him who is worthy to wear it. He must be a gentleman... a man of honor and courage... a man of zeal, yet humble... an intelligent man...a man of truth... one who tempers action with wisdom and, above all else, one who walks in the light of God."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splitlip View Post
    Ok. Ok. I completely understand.

    My bad.
    If you ever get to Moldavia, there is a really good beer called Hrvxestnpivoskva. It's like Borsodi, but with a kick.


    I don't mean to be a cry-baby, but it's really hard to find Spectre agents these days.

    It's this sense of entitlement. They want health insurance and 401K. And forget about the scuba operations side of it!

    "Oh, Mr. Largo, we can't ascend that fast!"

    "Oh, Mr. Largo, it's not safe to set off dynamite underwater!"

    "Oh, Mr. Largo, you just cut your girlfriend's brother's airhose, and let him drown!" (If I had a penny for everytime I heard that.)

    "Oh, Mr. Largo, we aren't in compliance with Six Sigma protocols, and that's morally reprehensible!"

    And my personal favorite, "When was the last time this compressor was serviced?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo View Post
    I don't have an addictive personality, but I find myself compelled to logon to this forum.

    It's actually interfered with work.

    Is it even possible to deactivate an account?

    Does anyone know a good counselor for social-networking addictions?
    Smith and Wesson guarantee to clear the mind of troubling thoughts.

    But I think your problem is you need to look at it from the other perspective. I always thought that work interfered with surfing but I got the problem under control without counseling.

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    You'll still lurk. It's an addiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brojack17 View Post
    You'll still lurk. It's an addiction.
    That's not helpful.
    "Time's fun when you're having flies." -Kermit the Frog

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    I see an addiction consellor for internet addiction, actually XD
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