Subject: Bob Writes In, Penny Wise Pound Foolish, Giveaways, Newsbusted, Gold News, more


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Bob writes in!


As all of our long time readers know, we have spelled Bob's name backwards so that nobody will know whom we are talking about .....


Bob writes in asking us to increase the font for our newsletter to make it easier for him to read.


Therefore beginning with this edition of our newsletter we are testing out the new font size and hopefully Bob will be able to view our newsletters without having to break out the magnifying glass or needing binoculars :-)


Bob - we are more then happy to see if it will work out and so far so good :-)




Penny wise and Pound foolish


It simply amazes us how many people call us to obtain DSL Internet Access that have burned their local phone carrier, have no landline phone, and when they get the Time Warner Cable Access bill start searching for cheaper Internet Access.


Instead of paying AT&T or SBC for stripped basic phone line service around $15 a month plus a couple bucks taxes - getting DSL Internet Access for $26.60 - they end up stuck with Time Warner whacking them much more then $45+ a month.


For those in Verizons territory - they do not even have to have phone service - we can hook folks up to DSL Internet Access for a flat out $30.60 a month.


We are still working on the Bell Canada network which is just about complete, the only bone of contention right now is that we have is being a tax agent for the Government having to collect the 13% HST Tax - in which we totally disagree with but will have to comply ..... the cost of doing business with Canada.


Internet Access in order of cost monthly recurring:


Dialup Internet Access as low $9.00


DSL (Dedicated Digital Subscriber Line) as low as $19.95 depending on location.


Cable (Shared Digital Access) $30+


Satellite (Slow and Expensive) $60+


Wireless though not in the above order of expense, is a wild card and can even be free in some places - however speeds are relatively slow - normally double dialup, but cannot compare to DSL's almost 30 times faster.




Bob Writes in about Contributor Kit Download Problem


2010-09-19 13:05:25



Well, I signed up, then confirmed, but NO GIFT. Man, I'd really like to have the "How To Be A Contributor Kit", and you've got the "market cornered"- as you're the only one offering this product in this particular Giveaway.

My friend, I know you value your list, and I can see by your website and this "Support" script that you're fairly well set up to do business. I also noticed that you're using GetResponse - the second best autoresponder out there, so I know you're getting my opt-in. (Too, I've never had trouble getting GetResponse emails...) And, just in case I missed something, I've also looked through your website, but couldn't find any mention of the "How To Be A Contributor Kit" there, either.

Anyhow, just a "heads up", if you don't already know there's a problem. Hope you can fix it soon, and it doesn't wreak too much havoc on your IM business, or your reputation...

P.S. If you get it all working, I'd love a copy of that gift. My email address is: XXXXXXXX




2010-09-19 13:24:14


Hello Bob :-)

thank you for your letter letting us know that there is a problem and that this gift is not being delivered.

I have gone into Get Response and to my horror found that many of our settings are missing or have been changed though I am sure there was not a security breach.

I will tell my boss about this immediately because the Get Response settings are beyond my authority to deal with.

However, I have attached the Contributor Kit to this ticket for your convenience.

If you have any questions please contact me :-)

Peter Arshinkov
AECNU Internet & Computers
1st Asst Global Network Administrator
(814) 746-4816
Sofia Local: 491-7067
Cell: 0884666499



2010-09-19 14:06:01


Greetings Bob :-)

we have resolved the issue you had reported and found it to be a url buried deep within a database - which was correct at one time - but needed to be changed after a server update done a couple months ago and mod_security blocked the old address.

With 135 sites it is hard to think of everything or anticipate every possible contingency following updates and we are sorry for the inconvenience.

However, this issue has been permanently resolved, had nothing to do with Get Response, and was totally on our part to modify/fix.

The reason we have a monopoly on this gift is because the kit is of our own creation as most of our gifts and does not come with any rights other then personal use.

Thanks again and for letting us know :-)

If you have any questions please contact me :-)

Joseph Anderson
AECNU Internet & Computers
Global Network Administrator
(814) 746-4816
Sofia Local: 491-7067
Cell: 0884666499



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Government Horror: Congressional Dims schedule Gold regulation hearing

Alan Greenspan: "Gold is the canary in the coal mine"

"Gold and Economic Freedom" by Alan Greenspan - 1966

From Future of Capitalism:

Just as the government is trying to prevent people from investing in anything other than T-Bills by raising taxes on taxable interest and dividends to confiscatory levels, it's also trying to prevent you from parking your wealth in assets, like gold, that compete with the paper dollars issued by the Federal Reserve and the Treasury. A press release from Rep. Anthony Weiner, Democrat of New York, not yet (as of this instant) posted on Mr. Weiner's Web site, announces that a September 23 hearing of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection (a subcommittee of Rep. Henry Waxman's Commerce Committee) will focus on "legislation that would regulate gold-selling companies, an industry who's [sic] relentless advertising is now staple of cable television."

From the press release: "Under Rep. Weiner's bill, companies like Goldline would be required to disclose the reasonable resale value of items being sold." That's great. Are Mr. Weiner and Chairman Bernanke also going to agree to print on every dollar the reasonable expectation that its value will be eroded by inflation?

Gold investors (or speculators) are already punished by the federal government by .....
From Zero Hedge:

On September 15, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan made a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations. Some very interesting comments he made with respect to gold were reported in an editorial in yesterday's New York Sun, "Greenspan's Warning on Gold"...

... On this occasion, Greenspan, who has been famous for gobbledygook that leaves the audience guessing what he meant, did not mince his words. He said, "Fiat money has no place to go but gold."

He further commented that "if all currencies are moving up or down together, the question is: relative to what? Gold is the canary in the coal mine. It signals problems with respect to currency markets. Central banks should pay attention to it."

Greenspan was a close friend of the writer Ayn Rand and he reportedly read drafts of her novel "Atlas Shrugged" before it was published and even had a letter published by The New York Times in November 1957 in response to the newspaper's negative review of the book. In 1966 Greenspan wrote an essay published in Rand's newsletter "The Objectivist" titled "Gold and Economic Freedom" .....
Here are some very important and relative to today excerpts form Alan Greenspans 1966 artricle on "Gold and Economic Freedom" - We offered some comments which are contained within brackets [].

Clicking more below offers the complete article.

It was limited gold reserves that stopped the unbalanced expansions of business activity [and Governments], before they could develop into the post-World War I type of disaster. The readjustment periods were short and the economies quickly reestablished a sound basis to resume expansion.

But the process of cure was misdiagnosed as the disease: if shortage of bank reserves was causing a business decline — argued economic interventionists — why not find a way of supplying increased reserves to the banks so they never need be short! If banks can continue to loan money indefinitely — it was claimed — there need never be any slumps in business. And so the Federal Reserve System was organized in 1913 [illegal unconstitutional Central Banking, of course we found out what a big lie this was due to the Great Depression of the 1930's that followed].

But the opposition to the gold standard in any form — from a growing number of welfare-state advocates — was prompted by a much subtler insight: the realization that the gold standard is incompatible with chronic deficit spending (the hallmark of the welfare state). Stripped of its academic jargon, the welfare state is nothing more than a mechanism by which Governments confiscate the wealth of the productive members of a society to support a wide variety of welfare schemes.

[Seems all too familiar?]

This is the shabby secret of the welfare statists' tirades against gold. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process.




  Small Biz in America
Insight on the struggles of making it as an American small business owner, with Bernie Marcus, Home Depot co-founder. Remember, the folks in Washington are the Monsters among the people.

From Daily Crux co-editor Brian Hunt:

CNBC has its faults, but once in a while, it gets some incredible things pressed to video.

One such thing is a recent video of Bernie Marcus, the co-founder and former CEO of Home Depot.

Marcus spends over 10 minutes laying out the problems with the absurd anti-business, anti-hard work, anti-personal responsibility policies and rhetoric seeping out of Washington D.C. these days… and he does so in a basic, “barstool wisdom” style of speaking. It’s just a fantastic breakdown of what’s going on in America.

This is a video worth spending some time on, and worth forwarding to everyone you know, including your elected representatives.  
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