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West Coast US/Canada tsunami

sejintenej

Oh What an incredible resource - thanks to all.
MC is at sea and arrives in fog to find his destination town wiped out. Rescues sole survivor. Learns that US riddled with some disease and all movement banned. Rescues a wheelchair-bound friend and his relatives and takes them to their home on an island. Canadian forces involved in a Russian attempt to land nuclear fuel........

Replies:   Keet
Keet

@sejintenej

author: dotB
story: Aftershock

Replies:   Vlad_Inhaler
Vlad_Inhaler

@Keet

I think he re-edited that story as well as some of his others (on his own site), but that version is good as any.

Replies:   Keet
Keet

@Vlad_Inhaler

He did, under the name K Pelle. It's on his site grynenbayritpublications.com.

Replies:   Sparky-1953  Sparky-1953
Sparky-1953

@Keet

FYI: When I tried his site Firefox reported that it was "improperly configured" and wouldn't let me in.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater  Keet
Ernest Bywater

@Sparky-1953

FYI: When I tried his site Firefox reported that it was "improperly configured" and wouldn't let me in.


check you have the latest version of Firefox and the settings you have as I use Firefox on both my desktop and tablet and visit the site often with no problems.

Keet
Updated:

@Sparky-1953

I tried it with a pretty old version of Firefox as well as the latest, both restricted with NoScript and uBlock Origin. The site still displayed correctly without warnings.

sejintenej
Updated:

Aftershock; many thanks to everyone. I think I read the SOL version named AfterShock (I use Internet Explorer (still) but only for SOL)

I also use Firefox (always updated) for every other site and have read and reread several of his stories on grynenbayritpublications and never had any apparent software problems.

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@sejintenej

I use Internet Explorer (still) but only for SOL


Now I'm curious. Why would you use Explorer for SOL?

Replies:   Vlad_Inhaler
Vlad_Inhaler

@Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

Speaking strictly for myself, SOL is one of the few sites I am prepared to browse with my old Win-XP laptop because I feel safe in assuming there is no malware lurking. Not with IEanything though.

Sparky-1953

@Keet

OK. First I tried it the lazy way with a copy and paste of the link. That's where I had the problem. When I googled k pelle it took me there with no problem. My last Firefox update was a few weeks ago so I should be current. Who knows? I probably did something dumb like missing a character when I copied or an equally simple botch.

Replies:   Keet
rodsyy

a few years ago I tried putting in .com instead of .net and had a heck of time trying to figure out what I was doing wrong. Just saying Rod

Keet

@Sparky-1953

I probably did something dumb like missing a character when I copied or an equally simple botch.

You probably copied the full stop after .com (.com.) along with the link ;)

Goldfisherman
Updated:

Curiosity Keet. Is your machine a 64 or 32 bit machine? All of my 32 bit machines I have converted to LM XFCE 19.1, my 64 bit machines are running with either LM Cinnamon 18.3 or 19.1 -64 bit. Free downloads, OPEN SOURCE. Full office suites and 10 faster than any Windows machine, even this old circa 2008 Acer. No restrictions either.

Replies:   Keet
Keet

@Goldfisherman

Curiosity Keet. Is your machine a 64 or 32 bit machine?

My two servers (Debian8 Jessie), desktop (Debian9 Stretch), and laptop (Debian9 Stretch) are all 64 bit. I don't think you can buy a 32 bit machine anymore ;)
I haven't touched Windows in many years. Good riddance with that crap.

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@Keet

haven't touched Windows in many years.

You threw Windows out your windows.

Replies:   Keet
Keet

@richardshagrin

You threw Windows out your windows.

Nah, that would have been way too easy. I crushed it byte-by-byte ;)

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