Joel Skousen, a moderator for one of Gary North's forum threads...greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
was recently interviewed by Art Bell. This is a very interesting read, and will appeal to you NWO watchers. The following is the printed version of the transcript, but can also be heard on audio. Peek around for 8-10-98 on www.artbell.com to listen instead of read.
-- Bingo (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 29, 1998
Good catch. Mark Skousen has been around for quite a while doing what he's doing. His brother Joel is an able financial adviser also.
Note that it's a four-part transcript, and the links at the end of Part 1 are messed up (you get Part 4 twice) but all the parts are there- check the links at the end of Part 4 for a link to Part 3.
And if you can type the URL correctly the first time (it's odd but correct as given), and understand the above, y2k will be no problem. ;-)
-- Lee P. Lapin (email@example.com), August 29, 1998.
Unless you are using web tv, you can cut and paste the URL and never have to type in a website again!
-- K. Golden (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 30, 1998.
K. Golden, thanks for the excellent tip! It never occured to me to do that! My husband (EDS programmer) is the computer literate person in our house, but he never told me about THAT shortcut. Thanks!! :)
-- Gayla Dunbar (email@example.com), September 01, 1998.
Hell, if you can type in that address with no errors you can fix the problem yourself.
To save your fingers, don't use the mouse. Key your fingers on the keyboard and it is simpler, less work. If you use the mouse all day you will be doing the equal of pushups with one finger.
Highlight the address with shift+rt/left arrow keys. Copy with ctrl+c to the buffer. Tab to get to the web site address space. Use ctrl + v to paste.
-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 01, 1998.
is it difficult to create a link on the address or can moderator do it
-- jim patrick (email@example.com), September 02, 1998.