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Old 30.08.2020, 23:01
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Re: Doctor for Emotional Support Animal

Actually I think there tends to be a fair bit of support on here (assuming the original post isnít ridiculous).... however things tend to go astray on posts where the OP doesnít come back and interact, answer follow up questions etc.
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Imagine you're a serious poster reaching out to this board for help and a mod makes fun of you. It pisses me off every time I see it.
LOL. Lighten up. If one poster, in 3 pages, had answered the OPs question then you might have a point. Instead, we have 3 pages of people debating the merits of ESAs, demanding to know what type of animal and how heavy it is, port entry requirements in the UK, QM2 travel with pets, etc.,... The OP asked for the name of a Doctor to sign a piece of paper and owes nothing more to us. If the rest of us can join in in the typical EF bullsh!t then why the fuÁk should mods be held to higher standards?
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Old 31.08.2020, 06:37
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LOL. Lighten up. If one poster, in 3 pages, had answered the OPs question then you might have a point. Instead, we have 3 pages of people debating the merits of ESAs, demanding to know what type of animal and how heavy it is, port entry requirements in the UK, QM2 travel with pets, etc.,... The OP asked for the name of a Doctor to sign a piece of paper and owes nothing more to us. If the rest of us can join in in the typical EF bullsh!t then why the fuÁk should mods be held to higher standards?
Hm, because they're moderators. And a few of us did try and answer the OP's question since it's not as simple as just finding a doc to sign a piece of paper.
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Old 31.08.2020, 08:11
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Actually I think there tends to be a fair bit of support on here (assuming the original post isnít ridiculous).... however things tend to go astray on posts where the OP doesnít come back and interact, answer follow up questions etc.
I think we sometimes expect too much of posters.
Not everyone checks into EF all the time and it can sometimes take a day or two before people come back to check on posts theyíve made.
Unfortunately posts can often go completely astray in the meantime and Iím sure that can put some people off completely.
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Old 31.08.2020, 12:43
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Actually it was 2 mods. This place is great sometimes for info, and lots of navel gazing (or nasal grazing) but support.....nah. Not so much.
Nasal/navel grazing....I would have thought it means something else. Thanks goodness for the urban dictionary.

But yeah, I agree.
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Old 31.08.2020, 15:39
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Nasal/navel grazing....I would have thought it means something else. Thanks goodness for the urban dictionary.

But yeah, I agree.
Navel gazing means taking a philosophical, even deep, if clueless, view at something. Nasal grazing means exactly what you think it means .....snacking on boogers. I think it‘s a nice juxtaposition.
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