|archives--where are they?
Sep 27, 2005
i'm hiv+ and i read ur answers alot, especially when i'm not fatigued. you often refer to the "archives." I am fascinated with some of the archives you've suggested but my problem is that i do not know how to get to the archives. Is there a separate TAB somewhere that says "archives?" How does one access the archives?
Response from Dr. Frascino
The "archives" are all of the questions previously posted. There are gazillions! The best way to access and utilize them is to pick a topic you want to know about and type it in the "Search TheBody.com" box on the upper right hand corner of The Body's homepage. If you're interested only in information from specific forums, there is a box in each forum that is labeled "Search this forum" that can be used the same way. Just type in a few key words or phrases and click "Go." For instance, if you type in "G.O.P. rightwing wingnuts having sex with cross-dressing, transsexual Mormon midgets", and then click on "Go," you'll get thousand and thousands of responses.
Hope that helps.
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