Ok - it has changed on here. I posted a question and had responses, which I had been answering. Now - how do I find my post. I use to go to "Drug and Supp" then I clicked "Dissuss w/ others" then I typed in my 3 words in the "search" box. I did the exact same thing today and it tells me "no matches". I was last on here 2 months ago? - I now some time has past but I would like to get there as I need to get some email addresses. Thanks.View Thread
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