myopera inbox so empty

I set up my desktop and mobile e-mail clients to access the myopera e-mail by imap. Now I can instantly receive and respond to messages lickety split.

All I've gotten recently are just a couple of spams. Somehow I was hoping for some wild pics, or at least a hearty "f**k you slacker!" :devil: πŸ˜†

Anyway, here's the account sitting empty:

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24 responses to “myopera inbox so empty

  1. I'll drop ya a message. :)Ever since they merged messaging with My Opera mail, no user has sent me a message.

  2. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    I set up my desktop and mobile e-mail clients to access the myopera e-mail by imap. Now I can instantly receive and respond to messages lickety split.

    I love it when you talk geeky. :)Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    Ever since they merged messaging with My Opera mail, no user has sent me a message.

    I know I'm less inclined to send people messages now.

  3. Originally posted by JoshuaPhelps:

    Ever since they merged messaging with My Opera mail, no user has sent me a message.

    It used to be such a cozy affair, messaging at myopera. Now it seems too WWW. Things like "jenny4me@yahoo" seem to be on the rise.At least with the new e-mail, whopper pics are possible, though some of my domain e-mails are totally huge capacity.Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I love it when you talk geeky.

    lol. I just like f*****g with stuff. I even keep an old juno.com e-mail address just out of nostalgia of a weird old net service that everybody had at one time. Juno's even moved along with the times. I tote it on my mobile along with all the others.

  4. Yeah, I feel loneliness, too… :awww:

  5. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Wow, health care. That would be nice.

    You mean socialism? πŸ˜›

  6. Originally posted by AleksOD:

    Yeah, I feel loneliness, too… :awww:

    Well greetings from the dentist office.

  7. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    Well greetings from the dentist office.

    Wow, health care. That would be nice.

  8. No, I mean health care. The U.S. has the most expensive system in the world and does not adequately serve its people. People like me, for example. Access to health care does not equal socialism. The construct that access to health care equals socialism is forwarded by profit-motivated corporations that are not served by providing health care to people who can't afford it. In fact, wouldn't it be convenient if I paid taxes for universal health care that ended up being cheaper and costing me less out of every paycheck than the worst private insurance?

  9. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Access to health care does not equal socialism.

    I should have put [sarcasm][/sarcasm] around my comment quote. I see I got you going for a moment there πŸ˜›

  10. Originally posted by AleksOD:

    I should have put [sarcasm][/sarcasm] around my comment quote. I see I got you going for a moment there

    Yes — *cough* *cough* — well, indeed you may have gotten me going just a tad. I suppose it would not have been so easy if I had not just been palpating the head of a screw that's backing out of its place in my leg. I do not have insurance, and have been contemplating the consequences of extracting it myself.

  11. Is there no other way?! :insane:

  12. I hope the situation changes soon for the better for the millions of Americans.

  13. Originally posted by AleksOD:

    I hope the situation changes soon for the better for the millions of Americans.

    I mean this with all due respect and gratitude for your genuine concern, "HAHAHAHHA!"The corporations will not allow it to happen easily. It will take a very long time for the current situation to change. All that the Affordable Care Act has done is guarantee income for private insurance corporations via the individual mandate.Okay, okay…enough hijacking Dave's post.

  14. Yeah. I can wait for it to break through the skin, go to the emergency room, get raked over the coals with medical debt, and kiss goodbye everything I've been working for. That's what comes immediately to mind when I think about getting that screw removed, anyway.

  15. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I mean this with all due respect and gratitude for your genuine concern, "HAHAHAHHA!"

    Oh, I agree with you on that one. Nobody says there is no greed in democracy. No matter who we vote for, corporations win. Still, nobody can prevent me from hoping for a better future.

  16. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Interestingly — or ironically — democracy is a threat to capitalism.

    But wait! Corporations are people, too! :whistle:

  17. Originally posted by AleksOD:

    Nobody says there is no greed in democracy.

    Interestingly — or ironically — democracy is a threat to capitalism.

  18. Originally posted by AleksOD:

    But wait! Corporations are people, too!

    Texas should execute one then.I just had to throw that in. πŸ˜€

  19. Getting back to health care, specifically dental insurance. Many times a procedure my dentist does gets denied by the insurance company with a reason code like: "same procedure on same tooth performed within the last 36 months."I'll call my dentist, and he'll tell me that no, it was not the same procedure, and that it was billed under a different procedure code. He tells me that insurance companies are allowed to change procedure codes to more generic ones that match more things in order to be able to deny a claim, thus making my two different *and necessary* procedures fall under the same deniable code.He says it's right in the half-pound book I received about my benefits. One can appeal and take it to the state insurance commissioner, if wanted, but most find it more expedient to pay and forget.A little trick like that in simple dental insurance hints at the massive fraud involved in major medical.Most policies are a total Swiss cheese.

  20. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    I just had to throw that in.

    I get it. πŸ˜‰

  21. Well, I certainly hope you didn't type all that out on your phone.

  22. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    We should down a cocktail later.

    I should be home by 2:00 AM.

  23. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I certainly hope you didn't type all that out on your phone.

    Not without using speech-to-text, but I'm home actually. We should down a cocktail later.

  24. I wish I could get subsidised cocktails on the British National Health. Dental care is too expensive (have you seen British teeth πŸ˜‰ )

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