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Old Apr 12, '12, 4:44 pm
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How does one put another member on IGNORE?
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Old Apr 12, '12, 4:52 pm
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1. Click Member's Username

2. This will bring you to their profile where you will see


Send Message User Lists


3. Click on the triangle to the right of User Lists


4. In the drop down, choose Add to Ignore List


5. NB: Please don't put me on ignore
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Old Apr 12, '12, 5:02 pm
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1. Click Member's Username

2. This will bring you to their profile where you will see


Send Message User Lists


3. Click on the triangle to the right of User Lists


4. In the drop down, choose Add to Ignore List


5. NB: Please don't put me on ignore
Luigi, bless you and thank you!

Grazie!
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Old Apr 12, '12, 5:08 pm
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Luigi, bless you and thank you!

Grazie!
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Old Apr 12, '12, 5:34 pm
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Ma figurati. Un piacere.
So again, bless you and grazie!

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Old Apr 12, '12, 5:49 pm
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ik this aint an answer but how funny would it have been if the person who catharina wants to ignore would have answered lol
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Old Apr 12, '12, 5:58 pm
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ik this aint an answer but how funny would it have been if the person who catharina wants to ignore would have answered lol
Would NEVER have happened
but I like your Midwestern sense of humor.

Truly cornball!
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Old Apr 12, '12, 6:15 pm
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Would NEVER have happened
but I like your Midwestern sense of humor.

Truly cornball!
lol cornball whats that mean?
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Old Apr 12, '12, 6:21 pm
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lol cornball whats that mean?
Cornball is cornball.
sitting around, watching the corn grow
and coming up with unusual thoughts.

It's a compliment!
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Cornball is cornball.
sitting around, watching the corn grow
and coming up with unusual thoughts.

It's a compliment!
lol well thanks :} God bless
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