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    Subject: MI5 Persecution: Financial Times
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    Financial Times 17/Sept/1999

    David Bowen performed a Web Site Inspection in the Financial
    Times, in which he compared the "Open Government" approach
    of the American intelligence community with the closed world
    of British spookdom. The second paragraph mentions this
    site.

    It appears that there are very few sites with material
    information on SS/SIS, which leads to this site's
    descriptions of
    those agencies being frequently linked to by other persons'
    pages. Perhaps there is an irony that American agencies
    which
    have much more capability appear to be more transparent than
    British agencies which have much less.

    2
     
    Richard Knoppow, Nov 28, 2006
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  2. This was meant to be an e-mail not posted to newsgroups.
    My appologies. Somehow I hit a wrong key.
     
    Richard Knoppow, Nov 29, 2006
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  3. Thats ok I clipped the info a sent a complaint as well ;)
     
    Little Green Eyed Dragon, Nov 29, 2006
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  4. Richard Knoppow

    Gordon Guest

    Give us a break. We have to suffer this MI5 nonsense in every news
    group in the uk.local hierarchy...and it has been going on for years,
    yes years. What we don't need is for a right dick head to perpetuate
    this stuff in serious newsgroups such as this. We ignore it, filter
    it, delete it the last thing we do is anoy the mad bastard. He only
    gets worse. All he will do if he is turfed off his current ISP is find
    another and step up his activity. You have just confirmed to him that
    we are all after him!

    God protect us from clowns, idiots and right berkes.
    By the way I have not somehow hit a wrong key. My only advice
    to you is to engage brain before embarking on a course of action.

    Now see you have a good day today.

    Gordon.
     
    Gordon, Nov 29, 2006
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    Gordon Guest

    Richard.
    Now you have them all at it!!
     
    Gordon, Nov 29, 2006
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    John Guest

    And now you've drawn the attention of MI6 ;>)

    BTW did I ever mention that "military intelligence and "honest
    politician" are still my two favorite oxymoron's. And don't you find
    it amazing how well that word fits Dubya ?


    ==
    John S. Douglas
    Photographer & Webmaster
    Legacy-photo.com - Xs750.net
     
    John, Nov 29, 2006
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    Lloyd Erlick Guest

    aspersions on a person's name are
    unnecessary.
    regards,
    --le
    ________________________________
    Lloyd Erlick Portraits, Toronto.
    website: www.heylloyd.com
    telephone: 416-686-0326
    email:
    ________________________________
     
    Lloyd Erlick, Nov 29, 2006
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  8. Richard Knoppow

    Gordon Guest

  9. Richard Knoppow

    Gordon Guest

    This might help.

    http://icnewcastle.icnetwork.co.uk/...fm?objectid=12607340&method=full&siteid=50081
    http://www.mauricekellett.com/
    http://100777.com/node/125
    http://www.throneout.com/comments.asp?STORY_ID=106&recorprod=11

    On the other hand it might not.

    I can't get in touch with his nibs unless I pass some sort of copy
    test and then he will decide whether he wants to read what I
    have sent him! Could you pass this on to him? He might miss it here.
     
    Gordon, Nov 29, 2006
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  10. Bye bye you twit.
     
    Little Green Eyed Dragon, Nov 29, 2006
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    darkroommike Guest

    More to the point where do I sign up for my massage? (Sorry couldn't
    resist.)
    darkroommike
     
    darkroommike, Nov 30, 2006
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  12. I wish I knew. I've been having another pinched nerve
    problem. Its healed enough so that I can drive again and
    walk if not too far. It would be dandy to have some massage.
    My lady friend can absorb any amount of massage but its like
    pulling teeth to get her to do any.
    I read the recent paper in JAMA about surgery for back
    problems. This was a very extensive study to find out if
    surgery worked for things like compressed discs, etc. The
    results were that these problems heal themselves. While
    surgery resulted in immediate pain relief the actual results
    after two years were the same regardless of treatment or if
    there was no treatment. I never considered surgery and my
    doctor advised against it anyway. Some years ago a friend
    who was injured at work was more or less forced into a
    spinal fusion by the folks at workers compensation. She
    wound up just about crippled for life.
    I will eventually get over this but, boy, is it ever slow
    to heal.
     
    Richard Knoppow, Nov 30, 2006
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    Lloyd Erlick Guest


    November 30, 2006, from Lloyd Erlick,

    I'm sorry to hear you're having back
    problems!

    Natalie is experiencing almost the same right
    now. Unfortunately hers comes from increasing
    spinal curvature (beautiful long graceful
    back ... for too many years ...), so the
    muscles attached are being forced into new
    and unwelcome positions. Hence pain.

    Acupuncture helped; not with the condition,
    which is untouchable including by surgery,
    but with the resulting muscle pain. I always
    thought of acupuncture as bunk, but the
    therapist was able to move the pain all over
    the place right from the start. Because of
    the spinal component, acupuncture can't
    completely solve the problem, but it helps.
    Basically Natalie can get by with over the
    counter pain meds, and slowing down in
    general (very, very difficult for her ...).

    I'm told plenty of hydration is important,
    too, because those discs are squashy because
    they contain water.

    Also, Natalie tells me that when she goes to
    aquafit class (exercise standing in a depth
    of water in a swimming pool) the pain more or
    less disappears. So supporting the body and
    simulating reduced gravity definitely help.
    Getting into a swimming pool in November
    around here doesn't inspire me, in fact it
    makes me shiver just to contemplate, but
    maybe in sunny L.A., eh??

    Get well soon...

    regards,
    --le
    ________________________________
    Lloyd Erlick Portraits, Toronto.
    website: www.heylloyd.com
    telephone: 416-686-0326
    email:
    ________________________________
    --
     
    Lloyd Erlick, Nov 30, 2006
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    John Guest

    I know exactly what you mean ! And pulling teeth might be easier !

    ==
    John S. Douglas
    Photographer & Webmaster
    Legacy-photo.com - Xs750.net
     
    John, Dec 1, 2006
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    Greg \_\ Guest

    You have teeth? I thought since you live in TN they might
    all have rotted long ago :)
    --
    "As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely,
    the inner soul of the people. We move toward a lofty ideal. On some great
    and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire
    at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."
    - H. L. Mencken, in the Baltimore Sun, July 26, 1920.


    Reality-Is finding that perfect picture
    and never looking back.

    www.gregblankphoto.com
     
    Greg \_\, Dec 1, 2006
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  16. I don't know what is happening but again, I thought I sent
    a private e-mail and it wound up sent to the group. I didn't
    meant to do my whining here. Anyway, thank you for the
    sympathy.
     
    Richard Knoppow, Dec 1, 2006
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    darkroommike Guest

    The good news? Standing on a rubber mat in the darkroom is
    probably better for your back than sitting in anything but
    the most "ergo-friendly" posture chair. If you don't have a
    rubber mat get one, it made my darkroom a happy place
    (concrete flooring). I use an industrial kitchen mat with
    holes, the occasional water splash goes through the mat and
    it doesn't get slippery. I then clean with a shop vac.
    Note the shop vac sits outside the darkroom and only the
    hose intrudes--keeps the dirt outside. The extra hose was a
    Goodwill find, it used to have fittings for a Kirby but PVC
    and duct tape adapted it to my vacuum.
    darkroommike
     
    darkroommike, Dec 1, 2006
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  18. Richard Knoppow

    Greg \_\ Guest

    If your putting the canister outside, if the hose is long enough to
    vacuum you could be using it for a vacuum board as well.
    --
    "As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely,
    the inner soul of the people. We move toward a lofty ideal. On some great
    and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire
    at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron."
    - H. L. Mencken, in the Baltimore Sun, July 26, 1920.


    Reality-Is finding that perfect picture
    and never looking back.

    www.gregblankphoto.com
     
    Greg \_\, Dec 1, 2006
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    darkroommike Guest

    Only if I have a remote switch, but that's not a bad idea.
    darkroommike
     
    darkroommike, Dec 1, 2006
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  20. My only caution is to be careful of the matting you get.
    I once got some from Home Depot with a strong rubber smell.
    I had to banish it to the garage. Its many years old now and
    still smells. There is plastic matting with no odor.
    Sometimes the strength of the odor is not obvious in the
    store.
     
    Richard Knoppow, Dec 2, 2006
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