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[#] Sun Oct 25 2015 16:01:10 EDT from LoanShark

Subject: Re: SAVE ALL YOUR OLD PROGRAMS

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The main problem was legal documents over the net. The signature was
replaced by thumb print or voice print and facial recognition. IT IS
ALL GOOD:)

Handprint identification please. Hand print identifi--

[#] Mon Oct 26 2015 07:26:41 EDT from fleeb

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Hehheh... I intentionally chose ironic Latin for LoanShark's benefit.

I lifted it entirely from Carmina Burana. If you translated it, you'd learn it's about an abbot who drinks and gambles, stealing people's very clothes from them.

Which somehow felt appropriate to the discussion at the time, to me.

Actally, the history behind that reveals how bawdy the monks could get in medieval history. Those poems in Carmina Burana were written by monks who probably just needed to release some of the BS they were experiencing in the church, heh.

[#] Sat Oct 31 2015 22:13:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: SAVE ALL YOUR OLD PROGRAMS

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Sat Oct 24 2015 01:37:25 AM EDT from insanewolf Subject: SAVE ALL YOUR OLD PROGRAMS

The government wants every to work on the net renting aps like rich edit. 

I'm not sure what you mean by "rich edit" ... the editor we use is called "TinyMCE" and it's open source.

What does the government actually want?  Well, I'm assuming you mean the New World Order and not the feeble Constitution-based US government that's currently breathing its dying gasps (unless Trump wins, it'll be gone by the end of this decade).  Their goal is to have everyone chipped by 2030.  In other words, the Mark of the Beast.

 



[#] Sun Nov 01 2015 03:43:41 EST from zooer

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I miss my old DOS editor called "Q-Edit", I think the company might still be around, and last time I looked they had a modern version but Q-Edit was always my favorite editor.



[#] Mon Nov 02 2015 05:25:58 EST from insanewolf

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Sat Oct 31 2015 22:13:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Sat Oct 24 2015 01:37:25 AM EDT from insanewolf Subject: SAVE ALL YOUR OLD PROGRAMS

The government wants every to work on the net renting aps like rich edit. 

I'm not sure what you mean by "rich edit" ... the editor we use is called "TinyMCE" and it's open source.

What does the government actually want?  Well, I'm assuming you mean the New World Order and not the feeble Constitution-based US government that's currently breathing its dying gasps (unless Trump wins, it'll be gone by the end of this decade).  Their goal is to have everyone chipped by 2030.  In other words, the Mark of the Beast.

 



[#] Sun Nov 01 2015 03:43:41 EST from zooer

Subject: Re: SAVE ALL YOUR OLD PROGRAMS

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I miss my old DOS editor called "Q-Edit", I think the company might still be around, and last time I looked they had a modern version but Q-Edit was always my favorite editor.

 

Hi Igncious and zooer,

Sorry to say I am blocked (which in a way is good.  It means I have a good message. I have yet to hear anything critical about it.

Since I got a response about using apts on the net, I will add my experience to that message.

In our cancer software, the federal government mandated that  the samr program would be translated to a web page lingo. It seemed impossible the software company had doubts, but produced the script.

 

We have lived in a neo-feudal government for some time. Part of feudalism is royalties, fees, etc. If you own software, you can use i as much as you need. As I stated the goverment mandated all federal work done on the internet, thus your cherished programs were to be translated into script for web pages If the business owns the script, you have to rent it for a fee.  Whether you own what you produced with their software on their cloud is debateable.

MS is dieing a slow death that is why they want to lease out windows for a fee. You do not own the software.

Yes, TinyMCE is based on open source  but is NOT totally free. That is up to the programers and others.

 

The mark of the beast... I had been asking questions with no definite answers yet. Is it the World Wide Web WWW? That seemed a good candidate especially since CERN produced the WWW. Scientist wanted to talk with other scientists. I got the impression that man's consciousness expanded under the WWW through communications. Today the WWW has become a problem for the NWO, so they are trying to get rid of the keyboard, mouse, personal software and "personal computer" There are people who want to keep those old achievements which helped communications. With nano technology you can swoolow the chip and never know it.

Personally, Ignacious, I have appreciated what you have done. These are great tools for organizing efforts through communications. (and I am blocked:( SOB) For instance, in an adventure the CALL TO ACTION can be tricky and not easy, yet it is absolutely important in organizing efforts to get POWER to accomplish even more. Well, there was more I wished to say. But this talk is not for sale but is free. that is my message :)

insane wolf



[#] Mon Nov 02 2015 06:00:13 EST from dothebart

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the best solution would be to use markdown.

Webcit knows how to render it, only somebody would need to tell the commandline client to save messages with text/x-markdown mimetype.



[#] Mon Nov 02 2015 07:17:46 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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insanewolf: you are blocked by who?  Where?



[#] Mon Nov 02 2015 08:32:21 EST from insanewolf

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Hi Ignacious,

I was kicked out of MS world around 3 years ago. Apparently I had helped someone who has become successful today in that if you are alive today then I would say he was successful. This is as far as I wish to get into it. Luckily, I had experimented with LINUX for years. I found them even better than MS.

I would say that the gov was sucessful in blocking email acounts and accessing websites. I had not seen anything like it before? Yes, I did post here, tHanks to LINUX.



[#] Mon Nov 02 2015 10:50:42 EST from fleeb

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To be clear, though, we have had nntp, gopher, and e-mail long before http and html.

http/html is a lot nicer to use, but doesn't strictly prevent you from taking advantage of the internet for communication. In fact, in some ways, you can do more powerful things outside of the http/html world, as fewer people seem to really understand how TCP/IP works.

[#] Tue Nov 03 2015 09:30:34 EST from insanewolf

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double u W = the mother element of fire. so WWW = triple fire. How does this  have anything to do with human beings? Man came out of a circadian cycle = day and night. Sleep is very important to man. If we do not sleep we die. Has anyone ever heard the expression

                                                                                    SLEEP ON IT when you have a problem?

Night and dark is where ideas and answers come from. If you visualize a target object just before going to sleep and just after awakening, the mother element of fire brings ideas in the dark. That is the reason most languages have questions (what, when, why, why,etc) at the end of the alphabet.

The night and dark represents your unknown future.

M = the mother element of fire

N = fish or soul that came out of water

S = fire

the word heaven is Shem-mum or fire and water. You all came from heaven.



[#] Tue Nov 03 2015 21:16:03 EST from insanewolf

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Sorry, M = mum or mother element of water. The fish comes out of water.The fish is between water and fire. I am not surprised that my attention seemed to fix on the femnine aspect of creativity and intelligence.

A = EL God of Genesis represented as a BULL

L = Bull's Rod which is the masculine driving force

N = FISH

R = FISH HOOK which is the passive force drawing in to get knowledge and wisdom

 

Originally I had trouble understanding the symbolism until I realized this is a very ancient form of communications using symbols or pictures. For some strange reason my attention focused on EL. I felt that He wished to be remembered even after 10,000 years. EL gave his son BA-EL a house called balbek in today's syria. What a coincidence? The house has the largest cut rocks in the world. Today only the roof shows, because it barried so deep. Balbek should have been designated as a wonder of the world. For some strange reason the house has been ignored. I hope it will not be destroyed.

I realized your attention can focus on the past or present or future

                                      WHERE EVER YOUR ATTENTION IS, THERE IS WHERE YOU ARE.



[#] Wed Nov 04 2015 06:51:25 EST from zooer

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I slept on it, now my back hurts.



[#] Wed Nov 04 2015 09:28:32 EST from insanewolf

Subject: Dialogue to truth

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Wed Nov 04 2015 06:51:25 EST from zooer

I slept on it, now my back hurts.



Thanks zooer for reading this rather weird subject. And sleep is a real blessing. Sorry about your back.

In ancient Greece asking questions was a method to gain knowledge. The method was called dialogue. I am suggesting a dialogue with your self to get answers to questions. Once you present a question, heaven and earth will move to answer it. That is why self observation is so important to catch the answer. Attention will point out the answer for you. Usually the answers would lead to other questions. That  is why life is so interesting.

I found the diary or journal useful. I wrote the question and date index it. When I got the answer, I wrote it down and date index it. That is dialogue.

Yes, a diary is a primitive method which needs your body to do. Benjamin Franklin popularized this self-help method around 300 years ago and the US people ran with it even today.



[#] Wed Nov 04 2015 17:09:42 EST from fleeb

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I maintain a rolling attention on several things like pre-emptive multitasking, until something shines brighter than the rest. Then I super-focus, and nothing else exists for me.

I am like a fog, with areas of clear air cutting through to shine on something that, to you, may seem mundane, but to me it might seem magical.

Ich bien hier, und du bist mein sofa.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2015 00:34:16 EST from insanewolf

Subject: TRIBE OF GAD

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Wed Nov 04 2015 17:09:42 EST from fleeb

I maintain a rolling attention on several things like pre-emptive multitasking, until something shines brighter than the rest. Then I super-focus, and nothing else exists for me.

I am like a fog, with areas of clear air cutting through to shine on something that, to you, may seem mundane, but to me it might seem magical.

Ich bien hier, und du bist mein sofa.

Hi fleeb looks like you did read some... thanks. But my German is not to good. You like your sofa.

My interests is not like my family. I figured that I was once in mesopotania and Greece. I learned that EL looked like a Viking .His weapon was the battle ax. His hair was probably red. The red hair sailors introduced maritime law to the world which we still use today. I tend to agree that the red hair race came from the Pacific Ocean rather than the north. That is why they ended up in that part of the world.

In mesopotania the god of good luck was gutt, in Germany it was gut and in England it was good. the German number base seems to start out as 12 base like in mesopotania. These gamblers seemed to come from the tribe of Gad  and worshiped God named after their tribe.

Yes, my family has trouble relating to me.SOB:(

Isanewolf

 



[#] Thu Nov 05 2015 07:37:31 EST from fleeb

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Base C numeric systems provide far more flexibility than the Base A system imposed upon us by the French, even as someone professionally working with computers, I sometimes lapse into Base 10 (or base 16 if you use Base A encoding).

Narf.

My family has such a mix of influences now that it's a tad ludicrous for me to say, "we're from the coppertops" or "we're from the strawtops". I suppose that happens in a country where so many people from different lands arrive and mix, if your family stays around here for enough generations.

Me? I generally like to aim for the depths of shallowness in finding the primordial soup of comedy suspended somewhere 'tween where the hollow echos of our mind sense the resonance of deity, and a pie in the face.

Inclusive.

(Because, y'know, political correctness and all that).

[#] Thu Nov 05 2015 11:08:39 EST from LoanShark

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https://goo.gl/HxW5x9

[#] Thu Nov 05 2015 21:32:56 EST from insanewolf

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Thu Nov 05 2015 07:37:31 EST from fleeb

Base C numeric systems provide far more flexibility than the Base A system imposed upon us by the French, even as someone professionally working with computers, I sometimes lapse into Base 10 (or base 16 if you use Base A encoding).

Narf.

My family has such a mix of influences now that it's a tad ludicrous for me to say, "we're from the coppertops" or "we're from the strawtops". I suppose that happens in a country where so many people from different lands arrive and mix, if your family stays around here for enough generations.

Me? I generally like to aim for the depths of shallowness in finding the primordial soup of comedy suspended somewhere 'tween where the hollow echos of our mind sense the resonance of deity, and a pie in the face.

Inclusive.

(Because, y'know, political correctness and all that).

fleeb, you give me the impression you are a great programmer, and I am impressed. You seem poetic like a musican. But some of your stuff shines through. I also like fog and overcast NOT year long:)



[#] Sun Nov 08 2015 12:53:13 EST from insanewolf

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NOTES 8 NOV 2015 SUN DAY

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE YOU TO BECOME LOST ANS CONFUSED?

About 250 words or one minute writing a script for one minute of movie. Maybe the goal is only 90 minutes.

 

I was shocked how fast a person can FEEL lost and confused. This feeling is called an "existential threat". The word contains "exist" as if  the threat is real. The fear is a real inner feeling but the the outer threat may not be

 

I use an adventure story analogy for INNER SPACE  not outer space. Let us say that you are in a desert, jungle, swamp, etc. You can place marks  all over the place,and discovery you have been traveling in circles which is a human tendency. You may FEEL threatened for on an emotional level you are lost and confused.

 

ha, ha. This is only an adventure story:) But this feeling does happen on occasion.

 

I have found making plans and making decisions a drag, but the same ideas are contained in WRITING YOUR OWN LIFE SCRIPT TO CREATE SOMETHING.

A story board or movie script. etc. is a communications tool, a production tool or SCRIPTED PLAN to produce something or anything. Since it is your life script, your job is to protect your script from "notes" from others to change it. And, since your are the hero of the story. you have to defend it with your life:)

 

If you are over 30 your mom and dad can not change your script either. Yes, adulthood is a drag. It isw preferable to let someone else make decisions,solve problems and write the script for you...Man, this leads into a true example in publishing! If you give up free will then you become a slave in the story.

 

Even Santo Paul preached to give up free will for protection. No, the preacher nor Papa can NOT change your script.

HOW STRONG MINDED ARE YOU MISTER AVATAR?

I am setting up the CALL TO ACTION-- ATTENTION! so be prepared :)

 

 



[#] Sun Nov 08 2015 15:22:22 EST from zooer

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This was somewhat easier to glance at when I used the text-client.

 

I guess it all comes down to fish sticks.



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