This is now the third time he's posted his "particular set of skills" comment. Evidently the first two times, he didn't like the replies. Well, he can't take this reply down.
One of his "particular skills" is deleting other people's replies to his posts!
Such as deleting your own posts, when you don't like others' replies.
The board is much easier to read, and much more pleasant, with his topics and posts all hidden.
Could be. I think he's a bit off though. All that replying to his own messages. Sort of like a crazy person talking to himself.
Just to be clear -- he tried, and failed.
He tried to post a link to support that view of the EMA situation. And last night there were 15 replies to this topic, several of which proved him conclusively wrong.
I wonder whether since then, he deleted his own posts? Would this have deleted the replies to his own posts as well?
If so, then that's another reason not to reply to him: if you prove him wrong, as we all did, then he'll do what he can to delete the discussion.
Two possibilities. First, I think Yahoo doesn't like posts with links. So they may have been disappeared for that reason.
But second, most of the replies were to our friend's messages. If our friend deleted his own messages, then perhaps that deletes the replies to his messages too?
So our friend is very diligent about cleaning up after himself. Can't bear to have a record of his mistakes.
A few people, as late as a few days ago, thought he was helpful or interesting. I hope his mistakes with regard to Medicare coverage and the EMA timing have made them think twice about engaging with him again.
On ignore he goes!
It gets updated each month. Drugs are taken off the list when a decision is made. But ferric citrate has been on the list for at least 7 months -- probably since the EMA validated the application.
Exactly. He's jumping up and down about this list. Problem is, ferric citrate has been on this list since last fall.