From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 23:16:25 -0400
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In article <72qo9.8233$k_2.582535@bgtnsc05-
news.ops.worldnet.att.net>, email@example.com says...
> Hi John,
> Forgive my rudeness, but, can you keep it down. If you have no clue, at
> least you do not have to keep hammering at it.
No, you're not rude, rather simply wouldn't know where to buy a
clue after hitting the lottery.
> Before I have made any conclusions, you have already exhausted your
No, we have lots more catnip. My kittens are tired of playing
with the laser pointer tonight, so...
> You are unable to explain any one of the odd items properly. For example,
> this latest one -
Unable? All of your paranoia has been explained in *simple*
terms, yet you refuse help.
> high energy means it can vibrate your entire house and also every house in
> the neighborhood;
> barely audible means it is at the edge of the audible range (very low bass).
*REAL* low base. Sheesh, we had an "earthquake" (7.2) 30 mi from
here a few months ago. You bet I heard it! Woke me up. That's
rather low frequency, though in the east (shallower), I
understand one hears more than the western style.
> You have not seen these huge car stereos with 10 inch speakers that go back
> and forth by 1 to 2 inches, have you ?
Drunks? No, I haven't seen the sound change the size of a car by
*four* inches. You gotta show me that one.
> I found a couple of guys with a Honda
Were they white?
> Civic playing thudding sounds on such huge speakers. It was reverberating
> over the entire neighborhood even though it was at the edge of the hearing
> range and people may not pay attention.
You're not people?
> < If you find these posts too much trouble, why not ignore them. Matters
> cannot be brought out into the open by someone with your approach anyway. >
No, you're too much fun. I think I said my kittens are asleep.
Oops, one is looking to play again...
P.S. You really do need help. Get it tonight!