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At 9:02pm on September 26, 2014, Kathy said…
Thank you, Rick, for the warm welcome.
At 4:39am on September 26, 2014, alan wendt said…

Thank you Rick for the Birthday greetings

At 8:34pm on September 25, 2014, Georgia boy said…

Read the Guest Blog you posted link for. Very well done. I see so many b******* 'cures' it boils the blood. Just soak okay in water, drink the water, insulin gone, so is diabetes. Remember that one? I came unglued when I read that. Those type of people should be 'tarred and feathered'. I would use the language I saw on that other blog but figure I'd be banned for sure and don't want that to happen. ;)
But you get the drift. Sad thing of it is so many people belives that kind of crap and will toss away hard earned money on crap. I told the wife that I could put bird poop into capsules and sell it as a wonder drug and I'd be rich before anyone ever caught on if they did. Because people are desparate and thus easy to take advantge of. Sad isn't it?

At 10:22am on September 24, 2014, rgcainmd said…

Hi, Rick, and a belated thank you for your welcome!

At 7:34pm on September 23, 2014, John11 said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 6:50pm on September 23, 2014, lh378 said…

Thanks! I'm unsure what it means.

At 3:12pm on September 20, 2014, Dave Davis said…

Thanks for the birthday wishes Rick!

At 5:11am on September 19, 2014, char64 said…
THANK YOU! Very kind of you.
At 2:21pm on September 18, 2014, lotsofshots said…

At 6:00pm on September 17, 2014, onesaint said…

Thanks Rick!

At 11:12am on September 16, 2014, Ali Asghar said…

Thanks Rick !!1 :)

At 11:03am on September 15, 2014, Robyn said…

Thanks for the welcome Rick!

At 5:53am on September 15, 2014, Georgia boy said…

Thanks for the welcome. Really apreciate it. Told one of my nieces about this place. She's a diabetic also along with her mother. I keep after my brothers and sisters to be checked at all times. At least once a year. Took a long time for it to show on me. Already had one sister dx with it before I was. And she had been dx years before me. So runs in family. Hopefully the neice and her mother will be coming here.

At 11:14am on September 12, 2014, benita said…

Thanks Rick for the birthday wishes.

At 7:39am on September 12, 2014, sueinky said…

Thank you for the warm welcome.

At 8:01pm on September 8, 2014, Mel said…
Hi,I am not quite sure how to work this site yet. I am not computer literate. I have been trying to find reviews about the tslim pump from people that actually use it. I have been diabetic since 1976 and I have never met anyone else that has diabetes. It will be nice to talk to other people with diabetes and make new friends. :-) thank you for the welcome!
At 11:05am on September 8, 2014, Marie B said…

hey Rick, I was just looking at some of the #medx tweets, and I found someone you might want to follow on Twitter


(RA gal)

At 10:42am on September 8, 2014, earthling said…

Thanks, Rick!!

At 9:27am on September 8, 2014, jpulizzi said…

Thank you for your nice comments!This seems like a great site!

At 9:10am on September 8, 2014, artwoman said…

Y9u had asked for an address on the blog conversation and I wasn't sure which address you wanted? And if it was a name of a doctor or something, I wo9uld only do that privately - I will sing praises in public though. The Endo who got me all screwed up (changing my pump settings and goals to very non-normal results) isn't my type of healthcare provider - I am more involved and pro-active. He may be perfect for someone who needs and wants hand-holding. I just want the Rx's! Oh, we love our pugs too! Recently rescued pug number 3 a brindle boy. I now have my own herd!



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