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  • Cheers. When it all gets put in put in perspective with other stuff it does make me feel a bit whiny (which adds to the depression, but I have more good days than bad at the moment). Got a job I enjoy (despite incompetent fools here as well) and I'm part of good communities in a usually enjoyable and creative hobby (despite a certain Kickstarter campaign rubbing me up the wrong way in sending our refunds despite hitting their funding target because they didn't get the money they wanted - why didn't they put that as their target to begin with? because they wanted to get funded...) and I'm in a decent position so any moans seem trivial most of the time.

    It takes me a while to get a head of steam built up so a week of constant incompetence from work, Drs and hobby stuff, most of which can be put down to a lack of communication and lazyness and I've really let rip which feels better. Hopefully I've cooled down enough to get the blog article I have to write finished for tomorrow.

    Saying what I did about Knight, their customer service is top notch. A little slow at times to dispatch stuff, but they know have problems with casts and they replace them and missing parts with very few questions asked. If it wasn't as good and the quality wasn't improving, I'd be done with Knight by now, despite the DC/marvel fanboy in me.
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    • The last weeks have been turbulent, both good and bad. A bunch of years ago I was tested to see if I have Asperger and the just out of school doctor came to the conclusion that I didn't have it even if I had all the symptoms. Which just felt wrong to me, so a while back I asked for a second opinion and got another doctor who, after talking with me and some with my mother, said that there weren't any doubt that I do have Asperger and they will also check if I have ADD as well.

      It sucks that I have it, but at least I know now and can get some help with it and it explains so much.
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      • Just been.diagnosed with a rather strange rare form of excema. Its only supposed to occur on my hands and feet, but I've got it all over. So I've had to be photographed, as its so unusual....lol
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        Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy."

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        • Watch out hes a Stone Man!



          seriously though hope it gets sorted mate, is it treatable?
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          • Yeah, its treatable with a week of high strength steroids, so I'll still be attending Salute.
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            Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy."

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            • Its like that all over me
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              http://paper.li/jbhubbard

              Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy."

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