your last line is i am done. but yet you post that crap from those two quacks, lets get this straight right i was never your victim., i just spoke the truth , your thinking of what a friend is really messed up. anything your doing is to get people to feel sorry fot you/ it is time for this board to run it self. if any of the moderators did what you did they would do something like thatView Thread
you were never attacked bu either of us/ i can recall you jumped on me for doing the same thing that you dud. i admitted that i wrong and did the best i could to fix it, you do not know what the out come was with this person. may be they just left, if you want to have private chats, do it offline not here.View Thread
just had to say i am sorry. i have nothing against you, i wish you well. but this has just boiled over from a long time. you are right that being people are so quick to stick the there other people s live and judge, but do that to them, they are quick to get angry, i hope there is no hard feelings. i dont hang around muchView Thread
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