From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 6:46 PM PT
Subject: RE:...GOLD LAST TRADING AT $598.80...---...
I have downloaded it.
Following the email I broadcasted to this former
chief engineer for Philips B.V. that resulted in the most extraordinary
response from both Jan and others who like hard working-hard playing
And of course the first thing coming out their mouths is that such trading would be
counterproductive to the Patriot Act designed in part to prevent wholesale
money laundering amongst operatives of the DeBeers-Anglo American Cartel, the
terrorist of terrorist financing organization which of course brings a big
smile to your face having not only read the DI for the umpteenth time that spells out the SIGNIFICANT
money laundering that has taken place on both Wall Street and 47th Street in New York City
ever since its start some 100 years ago which each and every human should have
been taught in elementary school but now benefiting from my “superb” critique of increasingly
edgy Edward Jay Epstein’s so very
carefully orchestrated release of this most fascinating Internet only book
containing significant gaps designed if read by the ill-informed to incite
violence amongst those not yet numbed by all the lies they have been told by
their elders from day one to mention little of both
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 4:31 PM
To: 'Gary S. Gevisser'
I can connect to your computer tomorrow. If you want to download another program that I KNOW will work, Try downloading this http://www.download.com/3000-2160-10018456.html its called WS_ftp. It has a free 30 day trial and then after that cost $35. If it works it will be worth it. If you think you want to go that route, I would download it before I connect as the dial-up modem will not be able to download the file at the same time as I am connected.
From: Gary S. Gevisser [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 2:35 PM
Please place the attached file on the pdf directory and let me know when you can look at the possibly corrupt ftp program on my desktop.