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9 month anniversary of band removal!


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i am always supportive of others and there experiences Although i sympathize with what she went through, it still no reason to write incorrect information. We can "assume" the reason why he removed it... but to say that he removed it because it caused it... is miss-given information and for anyone to come and plant information that is not correct.. it has to be pulled like a bad weed.

we come her to talk about our experiences and to learn from others. I have learned a lot here and have been corrected many times... i take that correction and use it to my advantage. I don't get defensive and i don't take it too heart... i learn from it... Just like today.. you learned that the LB does not cause gallbladder disease...

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Really...is there any need to be so defensive, so what if she was misinformed. We are all humans and her story wouldn't sway someone to have their band removed. It's a personal choice, just saying. I don't understand why people have to always starting conflicts. If you can't say anything nice, um keep it to yourself. Others really don't care to hear it. Rant over! No need to reply I could care less.

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Really...is there any need to be so defensive' date=' so what if she was misinformed. We are all humans and her story wouldn't sway someone to have their band removed. It's a personal choice, just saying. I don't understand why people have to always starting conflicts. If you can't say anything nice, um keep it to yourself. Others really don't care to hear it. Rant over! No need to reply I could care less.[/quote']

You do care are you would not have posted. So what if she was misinformed true, but when you post it on a forum that people come too for answers and guidance. I have a problem

With that. How do you know that her post won't influence some one. You are assuming that. No one come he to start conflict, but its a forum. There will be conflict. I will not stand by and have people give incorrect information and I will not keep my mouth shut. How do you know what people want to hear. If you don't want to hear what I say... Block me, problem solved.

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Really...is there any need to be so defensive' date=' so what if she was misinformed. We are all humans and her story wouldn't sway someone to have their band removed. It's a personal choice, just saying. I don't understand why people have to always starting conflicts. If you can't say anything nice, um keep it to yourself. Others really don't care to hear it. Rant over! No need to reply I could care less.[/quote']

This topic died a natural death....can't we just leave it that way.

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that would be nice... i thought it was over also.

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