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f5laur
F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Wed, 19th May '10 7:38 PM

TWO PLAYERS, ONE IP ADDRESS?

How can a friend try Sploofus as a free member (for a while) on my lap top when she would be using the same IP address? She was all set in the joining process, only to read my account and hers will get terminated for users having 2 accounts?
Do others that have more than one family member as Sploofusers have seperate computers?

bigbird
Bigbird  (Level: 239.8 - Posts: 3302)
Wed, 19th May '10 8:48 PM

There are lots of husband-wife teams on Sploofus. I'm sure many of them use the same computer. Actually, I had a friend staying over, and she Sploofed on my computer. No one pointed any fingers at us - so it must be fine.

lisap369
Lisap369  (Level: 61.1 - Posts: 992)
Thu, 20th May '10 8:17 PM

My daughter has an account from my home.. kind of easy to determine if same player.. she's less active than me (yes, i know, what? lol) .. has different taste in quizzes (think teenage girl), etc. No problems

allena
Allena  (Level: 256.0 - Posts: 1393)
Fri, 21st May '10 10:33 AM

Doesn't it depend on what you do? If you both do the same Word Puzzle ... ??? However, doing different quizzes, TQOTD or playing WordRounds seems to be harmless. I agree, letting a person try is a great way to get newby's.

f5laur
F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Mon, 24th May '10 11:00 PM

Thank you for your responses.

Sadly, Lisa passed away Friday evening.
She is in a much better place now, anyway.

Please remember her family in your prayers.

Hugs to All,
Laurie

jerrys
Jerrys  (Level: 190.9 - Posts: 334)
Tue, 25th May '10 8:00 AM

I'm very sorry to hear that, Laurie. It's a real shock.

bigbird
Bigbird  (Level: 239.8 - Posts: 3302)
Tue, 25th May '10 8:18 AM

Sorry to hear that you've lost a friend.

f5laur
F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Tue, 25th May '10 9:52 PM

Thank you for your condolences, Jerry and Alice.
I have lost quite a few friends in the cancer centers I've been in.
One may think that after a while, it gets easier because of the circumstances,
but it never does. The most difficult time was when my 6 year old friend, Jason,
passed away on my lap when he and I slept in a recliner in the patient's lobby.
However, at least he wasn't alone in his room that night. God's will is amazing.

allena
Allena  (Level: 256.0 - Posts: 1393)
Wed, 26th May '10 11:11 AM

YOU are amazing. Your iron will to go through so many procedures should be an inspiration to all of us. Stay the track ... I for one appreciate being part of your circle with a great will to live. Our faith is one issue, our desire to be useful is superior. YOU, being an inspiration to those in the cancer center is a very fine way for you to make use of your time. Not being able to see your family is an indication of how serious your situation and how much you have overcome. YOU go girl!


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