From: David on
Peter B. wrote:
> "Jan Drew" <jdrew63929(a)aol.com> wrote in message

From: Jan Drew on
On Aug 1, 12:26 am, Bob Officer <boboffic...(a)127.0.0.7> wrote:
> On Sat, 31 Jul 2010 18:06:59 -0700 (PDT), in misc.health.alternative,
>
> Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>
> Jan Drew.
>
> That is right she is the harasser and stalker, by her own admission.
>
> If you do not believe me, ask her why she spent so much time tracking
> down Mark's middle name?
>
> and why she pours over Google's broken profile trying to make sure
> her pea brained idea that Martin is Martin Rady. Even Though the fact
> Martin Rady live in Australia and Martin lives in Europe has been
> established.
>
> --
> Bob Officer

You just proved my point. You just lied.



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Joined: August 2, 2008
"Am rejoining after being away for a while...."



Location
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Member of this
Meetup Group since
August 2, 2008

Introduction
Am rejoining after being away for a while....

Why or how did you become an Atheist?
Quite an involved story...buy me a beer and I'll tell you!

What do you want from Brisbane Atheist Meetup meeting?
Would like to get involved again!

How did you find out about our group?
No answer yet

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Martin Rady started a new discussion
Non-Believers Giving Aid
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Martin Rady posted a greeting for Avalon Kent
"While I believe there is no overall 'supernatural' meaning to life it
doesn't mean that we cannot find meaning in our own lives i.e. raising
families, writing, thinking, sailing, travelling or whatever else
takes your fancy."

Jan 1
Martin Rady
Oct '09 31
I RSVPed No for Saturday Night Social
Saturday 8:00 PM at Pig N Whistle
6 attended · 4.001 (1 ratings)
Oct 30 | Details


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Newsgroups: alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
From: "Jenny" <Idontwan...(a)spam.com>
Date: Sun, 30 May 2004 17:58:35 +0100
Local: Sun, May 30 2004 12:58 pm
Subject: Re: Zero points food

I'm currently doing weightwatchers and eating very few vegetables. It
can be
done!

I've been at it for 7 months now, and feel good. I am a very fussy
eater
very much like you by the sounds of things. I don't like greens and I
don't
like salads (although I do like the odd raw carrot (from time to
time)).
What really helps me is having sliced apple (with no peel and it has
to be
cox because I don't like other types). I put it in the fridge in a
little
tupperwear box and when I get the munchies that's where I head. I also
put
slices of pears and orange in there too sometimes. I don't like a lot
of
other fruits like plumbs, apricots and kiwis.


I suppose I really did feel hunger to start with, so I drunk a load
of
water - but you shouldn't over drink. The hunger has subsided a little
now
I'm happy to say. I also chewed slower in order to trick my mind into
believing I was eating more. That kind of worked.


As for zero point foods. Well, I found it tricky like you, and am
still on a
mission to find me some of those! Chewing gum helps. A frozen banana
makes
for a really nice and filling snack (it seems more filling than a
normal
banana to me, maybe because it lasts longer). And I sometimes make
frozen
ice lollies from low sugar Ribena or apple juice, or sometimes just
water.


Don't feel downhearted Geoff, you're doing great, keep it going!


Jens




http://www.meetup.com/BrisbaneAtheists/members/?offset=260&desc=0&sort=Member.name

Martin Rady

Joined: August 2, 2008
"Am rejoining after being away for a while...."

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Martin Rady

Martin Rady's Interests
Groups: Atheist United, Brisbane Athiests, Atheists & Agnostics
International, Atheist and Agnostic Group, III

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Status: Married
Here for: Networking, Friends
Orientation: Straight
Hometown: Brisbane
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Religion: Atheist
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Smoke / Drink: No / Yes
Children: Proud parent
Education: College graduate



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Steelclaws
Happy Oyster



From: Jan Drew on
>
>
>
>
> Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> >On Aug 1, 12:26 am, Bob Officer <boboffic...(a)127.0.0.7> wrote:
> >> On Sat, 31 Jul 2010 18:06:59 -0700 (PDT), in misc.health.alternative,
>
> >> Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>
> >> Jan Drew.
>
> >> That is right she is the harasser and stalker, by her own admission.
>
> >> If you do not believe me, ask her why she spent so much time tracking
> >> down Mark's middle name?
>
> >> and why she pours over Google's broken profile trying to make sure
> >> her pea brained idea that Martin is Martin Rady. Even Though the fact
> >> Martin Rady live in Australia and Martin lives in Europe has been
> >> established.
>
> >> --
> >> Bob Officer
>
> >You just proved my point.  You just lied.
>
> >http://www.meetup.com/BrisbaneAtheists/members/?offset=260&desc=0&sor...
>
> >Brisbane, Australia
>
> >Joined: August 2, 2008
> >"Am rejoining after being away for a while...."
>
> >Location
> >BrisbaneAustralia
>
> >Member of this
> >Meetup Group since
> >August 2, 2008
>
> >Introduction
> >Am rejoining after being away for a while....
>
> >Why or how did you become an Atheist?
> >Quite an involved story...buy me a beer and I'll tell you!
>
> >What do you want from Brisbane Atheist Meetup meeting?
> >Would like to get involved again!
>
> >How did you find out about our group?
> >No answer yet
>
> >What Martin Rady is saying about this Meetup Group
> >Martin Rady has not left a group review yet. Click here to read other
> >members' group reviews.
>
> >Martin Rady started a new discussion
> >Non-Believers Giving Aid
> >"Got to love it!http://givingaid.rich..."
>
> >Jan 29 | Reply | All Discussions
>
> >Martin Rady posted a greeting for Avalon Kent
> >"While I believe there is no overall 'supernatural' meaning to life it
> >doesn't mean that we cannot find meaning in our own lives i.e. raising
> >families, writing, thinking, sailing, travelling or whatever else
> >takes your fancy."
>
> >Jan 1
> >Martin Rady
> >Oct '09 31
> >I RSVPed No for Saturday Night Social
> >Saturday 8:00 PM at Pig N Whistle
> >6 attended ·  4.001 (1 ratings)
> >Oct 30 | Details
>
> >http://groups.google.com/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=jPFSwBQAAADPzU...
>
> >Newsgroups: alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
> >From: "Jenny" <Idontwan...(a)spam.com>
> >Date: Sun, 30 May 2004 17:58:35 +0100
> >Local: Sun, May 30 2004 12:58 pm
> >Subject: Re: Zero points food
>
> >I'm currently doing weightwatchers and eating very few vegetables. It
> >can be
> >done!
>
> >I've been at it for 7 months now, and feel good. I am a very fussy
> >eater
> >very much like you by the sounds of things. I don't like greens and I
> >don't
> >like salads (although I do like the odd raw carrot (from time to
> >time)).
> >What really helps me is having sliced apple (with no peel and it has
> >to be
> >cox because I don't like other types). I put it in the fridge in a
> >little
> >tupperwear box and when I get the munchies that's where I head. I also
> >put
> >slices of pears and orange in there too sometimes. I don't like a lot
> >of
> >other fruits like plumbs, apricots and kiwis.
>
> >I suppose I really did feel hunger to start with, so I drunk a load
> >of
> >water - but you shouldn't over drink. The hunger has subsided a little
> >now
> >I'm happy to say. I also chewed slower in order to trick my mind into
> >believing I was eating more. That kind of worked.
>
> >As for zero point foods. Well, I found it tricky like you, and am
> >still on a
> >mission to find me some of those! Chewing gum helps. A frozen banana
> >makes
> >for a really nice and filling snack (it seems more filling than a
> >normal
> >banana to me, maybe because it lasts longer). And I sometimes make
> >frozen
> >ice lollies from low sugar Ribena or apple juice, or sometimes just
> >water.
>
> >Don't feel downhearted Geoff, you're doing great, keep it going!
>
> >Jens
>
> >http://www.meetup.com/BrisbaneAtheists/members/?offset=260&desc=0&sor...
>
> >Martin Rady
>
> >Joined: August 2, 2008
> >"Am rejoining after being away for a while...."
>
> >On his myspace:
>
> >Martin Rady
>
> >  Martin Rady's Interests
> >Groups:  Atheist United, Brisbane Athiests, Atheists & Agnostics
> >International, Atheist and Agnostic Group, III
>
> >View All Martin Rady's Groups
>
> >Status: Married
> >Here for: Networking, Friends
> >Orientation: Straight
> >Hometown: Brisbane
> >Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
> >Religion: Atheist
> >Zodiac Sign: Gemini
> >Smoke / Drink: No / Yes
> >Children: Proud parent
> >Education: College graduate
>




From: Mark Probert-Drew on
On Jul 31, 9:06 pm, Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> Mark Stanley Probert
> Peter Bowditch
> Peter B
> Peter Moran
> Martin Rady
> Bob Officer
> Andrew Kingoff
> DC Sessions
> Ken Flakey
> Steelclaws
> Happy Oyster

I made the top of the list.

Being called a harasser by Jan is such an honor. I think I will have
this post of hers printed on parchment and framed.

Jan does not know the meaning of the word liar, since she is
functionally illiterate and innumerate (in addition to being just
stupid).