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    Got an idea, Nick. Repost the original post and include a link to the original one. Over 200 replies does make it unwieldy to use, so a fresh start not a bad idea, as long as people can easily access the original thread. 😃

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      I like the idea, as long as the original thread is not deleted. That was my concern, first lock the thread, then delete it. Also, in the beginning, I was rather enthusiastic on experiment with exercise, but now, after 3+ years I realize that only handful of people can actually replicate activity that I talk about. Sadly, most of the people that I come across have multiple health issues and /or were not active before PMR hit them. So the thread has much more limited chance to help our fellow sufferers.

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    Why weren't you asked? That's rude ... But Anhaga's idea is a good one.

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      It was locked due to inactivity for over a year or so. I got lazy and discouraged that my talk about exercise has very limited impact on PMR population. Only handful of people were as active as I was before PMR, and it is hard to start from nothing.

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      Have you asked to have it resuscitated? You get good interest on HU I think. But it is a problem for those who can barely walk to take interest in it. I do - but then, i'm interested in anything to do with PMR. So many have got lost on here with the site's messing about. Even I struggle.

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      it is unlocked now, but I don't think that system sends "update" messages out. This is why I posted this message to find out if anyone got update prompt. Apparently not. I think I will start new post with link to the old one as Anhaga suggested, when I got some more time. Currently in the middle of construction of the "little house" in the back yard that will be my place to store and fix stuff 😃.

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