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Hi Everyone

We are getting a real-time chat site together :)

To help make it work we would like to know when is the best time for everyone to be online chatting?

If you could take a few minutes of your time, could you please post below when is the best time for you to chat.

Please mention the day of the week, the time and your Country (or time zone).

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herpes encephalitis

I am very interested in anyone who is surviving from herpes encephalitis or their family members or friends. My father has been diagnosed and remains in the hospital since 5/13/04. :cry::?:

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I'm very interested in a chat room. I just joined this forum, but I can already tell it's gonna be a great help. I'm online usually after 6 p.m. Pacific time, but I also work in front of a computer, and if I can access the chat room from work, I'll be on from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time. :wink:

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When, where ?

Talk about it . . .

I'm doing my usual type of post here, uno. Asking people who may read this post where they live.

Delaware, Jersey, New York, Vermont, Albany, Upper Darby, Ireland.

Talk about it . . .

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Love a chat room ! ! ! !


Thanks for the reply. After 6:00pm right coast time? I am on midwest time, but, I think you/the chat should go earlier than when I can make it. Sometimes my 7 Rottweilers are alone with the alarm system here until almost 9:30pm Central time.

I can just "catch up" later, after I feed Daryu, Excalibur, Nuts, Chainsaw, Winky, Sandy and Jack. They are really frisky when I first get home because two of them are "teenagers." Some nights I am barely out of uniform before they all go ballistic with jealousy and food aggression. Last night, Chainsaw (cuz she bites everybody) tore my backup holster off my ankle and darn near ate it before I got it away from her. She's just being cute, but Desert Eagle ankle holsters aren't exactly a dime a dozen.

Just kidding, I just have the two kids, Chainsaw and Nuts.

Sincerely, I would love it if a "chat got going" and I will support you and any "chat" you organize in any way I can. You name it!


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