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2002-May-27, 10:20 AM
<a name="20020527.2:10"> page 20020527.2:10 aka ASR-7 Leva
8: In this opening [FRAME] I'LL SORT OF ELUDE
7: to the stage Setting The Chanticleer ASR-7
6: a Submerine Rescue Vessal was on the Hi
5: Seas {on `er way} to WesPac and found herself
4: at the moment in Question in the Midst of
3: a Troppical Depression {Typhoon} that I no longer
2: recall the name of. But it was in 1957
1: Wind's were well over 120 Knots {off scale}
-- and the seas were very high [ the ship actually falling backwards about 1/4 time}

2002-May-27, 11:14 AM
{moving right along}[to stuff written years ago]
so let me begin . . I had just taken a CUP of coffee forward from
Combat < CIC > to Con < the Wheel House > and handed it to CWO Cracklisa
<JOD> and was about to return <aft> to the Radar set in CIC where i
usually stood my watches anyway i was feeling kind of high spirted as
i had gotten forward with the coffee without spilling any < no easy feet >
and so I decided on my way back that i would take a ride on a gravity wave
to awaite a gravity wave <pod> (capsule) of the proper size headed in
the right direction ... i didn't have to wait long and one came along
i was facing aft and the ? pod ? was to my right ..
i remember stepping up and over .. and seated myself inside the
?? gravity pod ?? and was on my way ... the pod was not spherical
but more egg shapped only semetrical in both directions

2002-May-28, 12:54 PM
<a name="20020528.4:44"> page 20020528.4:44 aka Nu W store E
anyway the Year was 19&57 the ASR was in theory at
leat headed west.. But like I already said at
least part of the time it was going the other
direction. Remember this. I could "Stand UP".
and Gramps could actually stand up,
hold a coffee cup in one hand,
a small coffee pot in the other,
pour coffee straigt up from the pot to the
cup held upside down "ABOVE" the pot
and not spill a drop.. Thats what gave me
the idea to try leavitation in the first place
it was that steam of coffee going straigt up
from the pot to the upside down cup held arms
length above.. Yeah pretty darn inpressive.. And Yes at least
some people can sence those moments [those left standing?]

Martian Jim
2002-May-28, 02:14 PM
why do you have
to put your sentances
into a strange
odd looking list
which kinda looks
very odd?
<marquee> i dont understand /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_confused.gif </marquee>

_________________
<marquee> the guy that has come from mars, for no reason (no reason, or you think for no reason......) </Marquee>

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Martian Jim on 2002-05-28 10:15 ]</font>

Wally
2002-May-28, 05:08 PM
speculation is that our friend HUb is using a very old and basic text editor instead of a browser. Others speculate "he/she" is actually an "it". You decide.

Either way, you kind of get the hang of reading him/her/them after awhile.

2002-May-29, 03:40 PM
<a name="20020529.7:32"> page 20020529.7:32 aka beyound Leav
On 2002-05-28 13:08, Wally wrote: To? 6 IMIX 15 ZIP
speculation is that our friend HUb is using a very old and basic text editor instead of a browser. Others speculate "he/she" is actually an "it". You decide.

Either way, you kind of get the hang of reading him/her/them after awhile.
7:33 A.M. PST HUb' SA` yeah HE has most of the Detail in order..
& now I move to leave me out of the "BIG RIF" If i can do it?
Let me say 4MYpart {I do NOT get [INLINE]} (um graphics) cause i've TEXT only
and save the time for tapping out LInes
recently the end of my noise dropped off as it does on occasion! thats another story though

2002-May-30, 02:25 PM
its pretty much true: WHAT THEY SAY
I still have an "OLD" classical IBM 5150
[ i'll leave this line for history of computers]
and i also have some timex z81's & 1000's
I call them crypto machines though not
computers.. keeper of the CODE one might say
and yes some chips even older! age dated as
I recall. & no i dont spend much time on
the transfer {over existing wires} Go.Mint.Gifts
THE IBM's [5150] on a timer in the AC line
so it comes on by itself does its thing
plots along and then turns itself off about 2PM
so its on from 7AM till 2PM {aprox 7hr}/day/5wk}

Chuck
2002-May-30, 03:06 PM
Since HUb's lines are all about the same length I thought he was posting poetry.

How do you do a possessive when someone's name ends in an apostrophe?

HUb's ?
HUb''s ?

2002-May-31, 01:37 PM
<a name="20020531.5:3"> page 20020531.5:3 aka Grammer Rules
On 2002-05-30 11:06, Chuck wrote: To: 5:31 A.M. pst 8 AKBAL 17 ZIP (day 3)
Since HUb's lines are all about the same length I thought he was posting poetry.

How do you do a possessive when someone's name ends in an apostrophe?
Title "SLOBLO"
HUb's ? has a `putter
HUb''s ? did you know
don't blow no fuses
cause its so slow

jkmccrann
2005-Nov-29, 05:04 PM
It would be HUb's' would it not?

Count Zero
2005-Nov-30, 12:44 AM
Hub's's? ;)

OK, this thread explains something about his format, but I'm still trying to decode the content.

genebujold
2005-Nov-30, 12:49 AM
<a name="20051130.1241"> page 20020528.4:44 aka Ge B Store J
I have to say that the story I've heard
is anything but factionary. In fact, I
aplogize that my post is stilted, and misspelled,
but it couldn't be helped as I'm posting from
an ancient GBM 2319 processing machine and
am unable to format because I'm protecting
my system from modern invaders which have
hijaacked all processer beyond the 8086 due
to the imbedded code which the aliens paid
Bill Gates and launched him into his status
as a billionaire. Hope you understand, but
can't be too careful these days as ancient
equipment isn't subject to automatic search
and destroy missions like modern equipment.
Hey, Candy, I'm still wearing my tinfoil hat.
Thanks everyone for the friendship, but I've
got to sign off now, as I'm nearing the five
minute rule whereby they could catch me
anyway, regardless of whether I'm carrying or
spilling hot cups of coffee into my lap. Yeow!

Ciao.

genebujold
2005-Nov-30, 12:54 AM
Others speculate "he/she" is actually an "it".

Nope. Too many idioms involving the language.

Just someone playing around (no - not me!). I may parody, but I'll never resort to such action in the first place.

Count Zero
2005-Nov-30, 09:23 PM
I may parody...

"...well," Gene, you may parody well. :D

(except, of course, that you were too lucid) ;)