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POOFness for MAY 24: MEDICAL AND DIAPERS AND POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS

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PurpleSkyz

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POOFness for MAY 24: MEDICAL AND DIAPERS AND POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS
Posted By: hobie [Send E-Mail]
Date: Thursday, 24-May-2018 19:51:44







Hi, folks -

Received via e-mail:

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Subject: MEDICAL AND DIAPERS AND POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS

From: "The Office of Poofness" <2goforth@humanus.ca>

Date: Thu, May 24, 2018 5:34 pm

Zap Says




HI ALL,




FIRST NEWS IS THAT THE PROCESSING OF THE WIRES IS BEING DONE RIGHT NOW SINCE THE OFFICIAL RELEASE YESTERDAY, AND WE PRAY THEY CAN GET TO THE PAYMASTER AND CLEAR BEFORE THE WEEKEND.


IF SO, THEN WE CAN EITHER RECEIVE THE SAME DAY OR AT LEAST PROVE OUT THAT THE MONEY IS COMING AND TRY TO KEEP STABILITY THAT WAY AND SQUEEZE THROUGH THE WEEKEND.



BUT RIGHT NOW MARY HAS COME BACK FROM THE HOSPITAL AND IS BACK AT THE MOTEL. SHE HAD 5 DAYS THERE AND IT SAVED HER LIFE (YOU SAVED HER). SHE RECEIVED THE PRELIMINARY MEDICATIONS AND PLATELET TRANSFUSION TO PREPARE FOR THE BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT. BECAUSE OF OUR DELAY, SHE HAD TO COME BACK TO THE MOTEL AND WAIT UNTIL WE HAVE THE MONEY FOR THE OPERATION IN SAN ANTONIO.



THIS IS TOUGH ON HER OF COURSE, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY SHE NEEDS SURVIVAL MONEY TO LAST THROUGH THE WEEKEND IF WE CAN NOT GET THE FUNDS OUT IN TIME. THE REQUIREMENT IS THE SAME: OXYGEN BOTTLE REFILL, FOOD AND SHELTER. SHE HAS HER MEDICATIONS ALREADY. WITHOUT THIS SHE WILL PASS AND I WILL DO ANYTHING SHORT OF ILLEGAL TO KEEP HER ALIVE NO MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS ME.

WHAT YOU ARE DOING IS ILLEGAL YOU LYING CROOKED RAT



THE OTHER PROBLEM IS DIAPERS AND FOOD FOR BOTH BABIES, AND THE ISSUE I AM FACING PERSONALLY IS THE SHUTOFF OF POWER HERE. THEY WERE TO COME TODAY TO SHUT IT OFF, BUT THEY DID NOT SO THERE IS A LITTLE BIT OF TIME BEFORE THEY GET HERE AND TURN US OFF. WE ARE ON BORROWED TIME ON THAT ONE.

I AM SORRY IT HAS COME TO THIS AND ME ASKING YOU AGAIN AS I FIGURE YOU GUYS MUST BE VERY TIRED OF ME ASKING, BUT WE HAVE ARRIVED FINANCIALLY AND TO HAVE A DISASTER HAPPEN TO MARY OR THE KIDS OR TO HAVE POWER (AND THEREFORE COMMUNICATIONS) LOST RIGHT NOW IS NOT A GOOD THING.



DO NOT DONATE TO THIS FRAUDSTER!!!




MY LAST REQUEST BROUGHT A SMALL BIT OF HELP AND IT WAS ONLY ENOUGH TO DO ALMOST HALF OF THE THINGS WE NEED TO DO, AND PEOPLE HAD TO COME FIRST BEFORE ANYTHING CORPORATE BUSINESS WISE, AND WE ARE STILL SCRAMBLING TO GET THAT PART DONE. WHATEVER CAN BE DONE FOR THE CRITICAL SITUATIONS RIGHT NOW IS A HUGE BLESSING FOR ALL OF US AND THE CORPORATE SIDE HAS TO WAIT – PEOPLE FIRST ALWAYS.



MY GREAT THANKS FOR THESE LAST BITS OF HELP. WE ARE GUARANTEED OUR FUNDS NOW AND IT IS ONLY A MATTER OF TIMING NOW AND WIRE TRANSFER TIMES.

I AM ALSO EXPECTING NEWS ON THE RV FROM THE GUYS THAT ARE DOING IT AND HOPING TO HAVE CONCRETE INFORMATION IN THE NEXT WHILE. I WILL SHARE AS I AM ABLE TO.

GOD BLESS

LOVE AND LIGHT


IN OUR SERVICE


ZAP



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313 views in 10 minutes with 79 people on RMN



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4-truth

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As I was saying, double the daily posts = double the clicks....


MY LAST REQUEST BROUGHT A SMALL BIT OF HELP AND IT WAS ONLY ENOUGH TO DO ALMOST HALF OF THE THINGS WE NEED TO DO......



His dependency is showing......

RamblerNash

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Jerzy wrote:BUT RIGHT NOW MARY HAS COME BACK FROM THE HOSPITAL AND IS BACK AT THE MOTEL. SHE HAD 5 DAYS THERE AND IT SAVED HER LIFE (YOU SAVED HER). SHE RECEIVED THE PRELIMINARY MEDICATIONS AND PLATELET TRANSFUSION TO PREPARE FOR THE BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT. BECAUSE OF OUR DELAY, SHE HAD TO COME BACK TO THE MOTEL AND WAIT UNTIL WE HAVE THE MONEY FOR THE OPERATION IN SAN ANTONIO.
THIS IS TOUGH ON HER OF COURSE, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY SHE NEEDS SURVIVAL MONEY TO LAST THROUGH THE WEEKEND IF WE CAN NOT GET THE FUNDS OUT IN TIME. THE REQUIREMENT IS THE SAME: OXYGEN BOTTLE REFILL, FOOD AND SHELTER. SHE HAS HER MEDICATIONS ALREADY. WITHOUT THIS SHE WILL PASS AND I WILL DO ANYTHING SHORT OF ILLEGAL TO KEEP HER ALIVE NO MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS ME.



So "Mary" is going to die now?



The hospital released her huffing oxygen and didn't get her a refill plan?


The hospital released her knowing she had nowhere to go but live in her car, and didn't offer her some shelter assistance?


Is she still sporting her trache tube after all these years?


Her sister is there in Texas taking care of "Mary" and partying in Mexico?


Now Jerzy, and "Mary's" "Gambling Addicted Gaming Caretaker" are going to do anything to help poor "Mary", no matter how much it hurts?


The Boys are sure laying it on pretty thick, huh?


http://www.oom2.com/t52554-jerzy-zap-and-the-saga-concerning-mary-found


Both of them know that "Mary" can get help, but they certainly hold back on informing "Mary" of this.



Let's see the hospital release!

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Financial Resources


Approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board, 04/2018

The cost of cancer care may be a concern if you or family member has been diagnosed with cancer. Because bills and debt can add up quickly, people may want to seek financial help soon after being diagnosed with cancer. Oncology social workers, case managers, doctors, and oncology nurses can help or provide referrals to support services and financial resources. Although coping with daily financial responsibilities may sometimes seem overwhelming, it is important not to let bills pile up and go unpaid. Learn more about organizing your finances.

Finding financial support resources


In addition to information from social workers and other health care providers, there are several national and local service organizations that help people with cancer who are facing financial challenges. Contact these organizations directly to learn more about the specific programs and services available for you and your family.

National service organizations


The Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition (CFAC) is a group of national organizations that provide financial help to patients. CFAC provides a searchable database of financial resources.
CancerCare (800-813-4673) provides limited financial assistance for co-pays, transportation, home care, and child care. It also provides a list of sources for financial assistance and a database of organizations providing financial or practical help.
The HealthWellFoundation (800-675-8416) is an independent, non-profit organization that helps patients with a chronic, life-altering disease afford their medications when health insurance is not enough.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's patient financial aid program (800-955-4572) provides limited financial assistance to help defray treatment-related expenses for patients diagnosed with a blood cancer, such as leukemia, lymphoma, or multiple myeloma, who have a significant financial need.
The National Foundation for Transplants (800-489-3863) provides fundraising assistance for patients needing transplants, including bone marrow and stem cell transplants.
Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization that provides cancer survivorship materials and resources.
Cancer Finances offers an online-tool to help guide you through some key topics that may impact your financial situation. Whether you are newly diagnosed, or many years past active treatment, this site can help you navigate finances after cancer. 

Local service organizations


Local service or volunteer organizations such as Catholic Charities, Jewish Social Services, the Lions Club, Lutheran Social Services, the Salvation Army, and others may offer financial assistance. Some of these organizations offer grants to help cover the cost of treatment and other expenses, while others help with specific services or products, such as travel or medications. A social worker or an Internet search can provide you with a list of organizations. Many hospitals and clinics also maintain a list of service organizations in the community.
The American Cancer Society (800-227-2345) and the local United Way office can also direct people to services in their community.
The Department of Social Services in your city or county may provide food, housing, and other general assistance services. Sometimes they may offer direct financial assistance. Check the local telephone directory or online for contact information.
Community-based groups, such as local churches, synagogues, mosques, and lodges may also provide assistance for people with cancer, sometimes even if the person is not a member of that particular organization or religion. Some hospitals also have private funds available for patients in need.
Often, cancer advocacy and patient information groups have resources for patients. Get a list of patient information resourcesto connect to cancer organizations nationwide.

Housing assistance


The Healthcare Hospitality Network (800-542-9730) is an association of more than 200 nonprofit organizations that provide lodging and support services to patients, families, and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment away from home.
The American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge (800-227-2345) gives people with cancer and their caregivers a free place to stay while receiving treatment in another city. Currently, there are 30 Hope Lodge locations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
Joe's House (877-563-7468) is a nonprofit organization providing a nation-wide online service that helps people with cancer and their families find a place to stay when traveling away from home for medical treatment.
Ronald McDonald House Charities (630-623-7048) offer free or reduced-cost lodging for families of seriously ill children who are receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.

Travel assistance


Air Care Alliance (888-260-9707) offers a central listing of free transportation services provided by volunteer pilots and charitable aviation groups.
Air Charity Network (877-621-7177) coordinates free air transportation for children and adults in need through various organizations around the United States.
Air Compassion for Veterans (857-228-4636) provides free air and ground transportation for ill, injured, and wounded veterans and their family for medical care.
Along Comes Hope (805-322-1423) provides support for the families of children with cancer, through financial assistance with travel for treatment, creative emotional support programs, and advocacy to promote policy changes, awareness, and education.
Angel Airline Samaritans facilitates no-cost or reduced rate commercial airline tickets to and from distant specialized medical evaluations or treatments for people with cancer in need and their families.
The Corporate Angel Network (914-328-1313) arranges free air transportation for people with cancer traveling to treatment using empty seats on private and corporate jets.
LifeLine Pilots (800-822-7972) facilitate free air transportation through volunteer pilots for financially distressed passengers with medical and humanitarian needs.
Mercy Medical Angels (888-675-1405) offers free or low-cost transportation for medical evaluation, diagnosis, or treatment.
PALS (Patient AirLift Services) (888-818-1231) arranges free air transportation for people for medical diagnosis, treatment, or follow-up who cannot afford or are unable to fly commercially.

Medication and treatment cost assistance


Medication assistance programs grid for patients (PDF), which is compiled, updated, and generously provided by Wendalyn Andrews, Practice Manager, Division of Hematology/Oncology, The University of Arizona Cancer Center, Tucson, Arizona. (Last updated: November 2016)
The Assist Fund (855-845-3663) provides financial support to chronically ill patients with high-cost medications.
Good Days (877-968-7233) provides financial support by covering co-pays for those with life-altering conditions.
NeedyMeds.com  (800-503-6897) is dedicated to helping people locate assistance programs to help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients who lack prescription drug coverage obtain the medications they need.
The Patient Access Network Foundation (866-316-7263) assists patients with out-of-pocket costs associated with their treatment.
Patient Services, Inc. (800-366-7741) provides assistance with insurance premiums and co-payments for people with chronic diseases.
RxHope.com helps patients obtain free or low-cost prescription medications.

General financial help


The American Childhood Cancer Organization maintains a list of organizations offering financial assistance.
The Patient Advocate Foundation (800-532-5274) provides education, legal counseling, and referrals for people with cancer who need assistance managing insurance, financial, debt crisis, and job discrimination issues. It also provides co-pay assistance and financial aid for eligible patients.
Cancer Family Relief Fund is a charitable organization that encourages and facilitates grants to children whose parent or guardian is struggling with a diagnosis of cancer. These grants support the children's extracurricular activities so that they may feel some sense of normalcy as their parent focuses on treatment and recovery.

Related Resources


Understanding the Costs Related to Cancer Care
Health Insurance
Glossary of Cost-Related Terms
Finding Support and Information

More Information


CancerCare: Financial Assistance
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: Finances and Insurance Coverage
LIVESTRONG: Money & Insurance
National Cancer Institute: Managing Costs and Medical Information



https://www.cancer.net/navigating-cancer-care/financial-considerations/financial-resources

4-truth

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RamblerNash

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With all these resources available to "Mary", Jerzy and Larry seem to want to ask the gullible for money, when they know they can get the help for "Mary" for free.

No oxygen bottle receipts?

No hospital release form?

No motel bill?

No GoFundMe or other ways to support "Mary", except through Jerzy and Larry who are unwilling to provide information to those to send funds directly?

And now "Mary" is going to die, unless Jerzy gets enough money to save her?



And these guys are CEO's???


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Programs and Resources to Help With Cancer-related Expenses


The major costs of a cancer diagnosis and treatment are for things like time in the hospital, clinic visits, medicines, tests, surgeries and procedures, home health services, and services of doctors and other professionals. Insurance, managed care, or public health care programs pay most of these costs if you are covered by such a plan.
If you don’t have health insurance coverage, see our information on what kind of insurance or help you may be able to get. Health insurance is key if you or your child need cancer treatment. But there are also many indirect costs or other expenses when you or your child has cancer, along with their usual bills. These costs can be for things you still might be able to get help with from other sources.






For hands-on advice, there’s no substitute for a social worker who works with your community and knows it well. Find one through your cancer doctor or nurse.
Cancer costs can increase for many reasons such as:

  • If cancer treatment is extended or changed

  • If complications develop

  • If the cancer comes back


Cancer treatment also can cause family members to lose time at work and, in some cases, all or part of their salary (see Working During and After Cancer Treatment).
Most families find it hard to turn to others or to public agencies and outside groups for financial help. The extra expenses of cancer may be the first time a family has had problems with money.
Here are just a few ideas of where you might be able to get help with the some of the costs related to cancer treatment.


Help with short-term housing near the cancer treatment center


Sometimes cancer treatment is given far from home. Many treatment centers have short-term housing centers or discount programs set up with nearby motels and hotels. The clinic social worker or oncology nurse might know about low-cost housing during hospital or clinic treatment.
The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge® program can offer families a free place to stay when cancer treatment is given far from home. Contact us to find out if there’s a Hope Lodgelocation near your treatment center.
Another option for adults or children with cancer is the Healthcare Hospitality Network. This group of nearly 200 non-profit organizations throughout the US provides free or low-cost family-centered lodging to families getting medical treatment far from home. You can call 1-800-542-9730 or check online at www.hhnetwork.org to see if there’s a location that works for you.
Many treatment centers also have other short-term housing possibilities or discount arrangements with nearby motels and hotels. The clinic social worker or oncology nurse may have ideas for low-cost housing during hospital or clinic treatment.
Kids with cancer. Because childhood cancer is fairly rare, cancer treatment for kids often requires travel to a pediatric treatment center. Many of these centers have a Ronald McDonald House nearby. These houses provide low-cost or free housing for patients and their immediate families. They’re designed to offer a nice break for any family with a seriously ill child, not just those with limited funds.
Although partly funded by McDonald’s Children’s Charities, each House has its own management, sets its own admissions standards, and operates according to its own rules. Check with your health care team’s social worker or nurse to learn more, or contact Ronald McDonald House Charities at 630-623-7048 or www.rmhc.org. Families must be referred by medical staff and/or social workers at the treatment facility.


Help with caregiver expenses


A few people are able to get paid for time spent caregiving. Some states have Cash and Counseling Programs that can directly pay some caregivers. You can find out whether your state has a program by contacting your local Medicaid office, social services, or health department.



Help with housing needs or mortgage payments when you have cancer


The extra costs of cancer treatment or a major loss of family income may make it hard for families to pay their mortgage or rent on time. To keep a good credit rating and stay in your home, talk with your creditor or landlord about your situation and try to make special arrangements. Family, friends, or church members may be able to give you short-term help if they’re told about the problem. Talk about your situation with the cancer treatment team social worker who may know of special resources.
Families who need to move out of their homes after a cancer diagnosis should talk with their county department of social services to find out if they can get into low-cost or government-supported housing programs. In some states this may be listed under the health department or welfare department.


Help with air travel or transport for cancer care


The National Patient Travel Center is a central clearinghouse that refers callers to over 3 dozen charitable or special discounted patient air transport service groups. It can help patients with cancer find a program to assist with the costs of air travel for illness-related reasons, including air ambulance services.
The National Patient Travel Helpline screens callers, verifies the illness and need for transport, and determines if the caller is eligible for help through one of the air travel programs. You can call them at 1-800-296-1217.


Help with driving and ground transportation costs when you have cancer


People who have Medicaid may be entitled to help with travel to medical centers and doctors’ offices for cancer treatment. This may take the form of payment or being paid back (reimbursed) for gas, payment of bus fare, or may mean using a vanpool. County departments of social services in each state arrange for help with transportation, but families must ask for it by talking to their Medicaid case worker.
The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery® program is available in some areas. Trained volunteers drive patients and families to hospitals and clinics for treatment. Contact your local American Cancer Society office for more information on the type of transportation program available in your area.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, through its Patient Aid program, can help some families with the cost of gas and parking for outpatient treatment. This aid is only for those with blood cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma). There’s a limit on the amount of financial help to each patient and family for each year. Check with your team social worker about this program or contact the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at 1-800-955-4572 or look on www.lls.org.
Community and church groups may be sources of help with travel or its costs, too. Also, talk to your team social worker about getting help with hospital or clinic parking fees.


Help with food costs


Some government programs help with food or food costs for low-income people. The programs listed below are from the US Department of Agriculture (although some are run by states) for different groups of people, and offer food help in different ways. Some families may qualify for more than one type of help. For more information about these programs, call the National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-348-6479 (1-866-3-HUNGRY); for Spanish, call 1-877-842-6273. Or visit www.networks.whyhunger.org/.


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP


Formerly the Food Stamp Program, SNAP is the best known one. It allows people to shop for food in grocery stores using a special Electronic Benefits Transfer card, much like a bank card.
To ask about SNAP by phone, call your state or local health department or social services department, or call 1-800-221-5689 to get the local number.


Food distribution programs (these programs distribute food directly to needy families):


  • Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

  • The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)


Voucher and coupon programs

These programs, such as Women, Infants and Children (WIC, for pregnant women, infants, and children) include access to fresh foods for families and senior citizens:

  • Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

  • Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program


School meals (served to children only in schools)


  • National School Lunch Program

  • Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program

  • School Breakfast Program

  • Special Milk Program

  • Team Nutrition

  • Summer Food Service Program (meals for kids at community sites when school’s out)


Meals on Wheels

This program is designed more for people who are disabled, homebound, or elderly. Volunteers deliver ready-to-eat meals to your home. Costs or fees vary depending on your age and where you live. Contact Meals on Wheels at 888-998-6325 or visit their website at www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org.


Help with other expenses


Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a grant program for people with low incomes. It provides monthly cash to help pay for food, clothing, housing, utilities, transportation, phone, medical supplies not covered by Medicaid, and other basic needs . (TANF also helps states provide training and jobs for the people in welfare programs.) A social worker can tell you about your state’s plan, or contact your local health or social services department or call 1-877-696-6775 for the local number. You can visit them online if you start at www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/help.
The Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) is another resource that may help if your income is very low. Visit their website at www.usac.org to learn more about phone service help that’s available in your state. Or you can call 1-888-641-8722 and follow the low income/lifeline prompts.
You may also want to call the American Cancer Society to find out about other local sources of help with telephone service.


Help with Internet access


You may notice that many groups and organizations now have a lot of information on the Internet, and it may be harder to call or reach a real person to ask questions. If you don’t have Internet access, you may want to see if your local public library offers use of their computers and Internet access at no cost. An added benefit is that volunteers or staff there may be able to help if you’re having trouble finding things.
Still, you don’t need Internet access to find help. The American Cancer Society and many other organizations also provide toll-free phone numbers so that people without Internet access can learn about and ask for services.


More information from your American Cancer Society


We have a lot more information that may also be helpful to you. Many can be read online at www.cancer.org, or call our National Cancer Information Center at 1-800-227-2345. We’re here to help you any time, day or night.
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging offices in many areas can offer some kinds of help to older people with cancer. Call 1-800-677-1116 for the Eldercare Locator to learn what’s in your area, and if you might be able to get help. You can also check online at www.n4a.org.
The United Way of America and the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems have set up a 211 service in many parts of the country. You can call 211 to find out if help is available in your area, or visit them online at www.211.org.


https://www.cancer.org/treatment/finding-and-paying-for-treatment/understanding-health-insurance/if-you-have-trouble-paying-a-bill/programs-and-resources-to-help-with-cancer-related-expenses.html

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PurpleSkyz wrote:313 views in 10 minutes with 79 people on RMN



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Which one of those 79 users are hitting their refresh button numerous times to make the post seem important?


Do we have a list of suspects?

 

robert18


This sociopath, criminal, social disease, babkowski jerzy, a Canadian from Calgary, Alberta is spiting in the Law Enforcement agencies in Canada, RCMP, Police, Authorities and all Canadian and the US good, law abiding citizens in the face!. 
Canadian "authorities" are allowing for such uncivilized, brutal swindling, manipulating, soliciting !!!!!. Bravo Canada!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Which one of those 79 users are hitting their refresh button numerous times to make the post seem important?
Do we have a list of suspects?


If I were a betting person, my guess would be a very short list: Hobie and Jerkzy.....

Wednesdays "beg-a-ton" and Thursday fetched about 5,000 views with (currently) only 89 users "on line".
Proof that miracles do happen !


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My guess would be Jerzy...He has the networking skills that could automate it, but that's a taboo subject for Jerzy to talk about...


http://www.oom2.com/t43037-zap-aka-jerzy-babkowski-aka-dragonsheart

RamblerNash

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I wonder if they are increasing the hit count on Jerzy's, and a few other selected posts to increase the hit count for the additional ad revenue?


4-truth

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I wonder if they are increasing the hit count on Jerzy's, and a few other selected posts to increase the hit count for the additional ad revenue?


I have no doubt....
Have you noticed that the articles which really matter have substantially less "views", it's the ZAP like articles, including Mr Ed, that bring in the clicks.



Something smells and it ain't my feet....

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