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Distant Dave

15/07/2003 7:40 AM

The Professor X Programme Guide is back !


http://profx.distant.co.uk/

...no need to thank me...

--
Distant Dave <[email protected]>
http://www.distant.co.uk


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Charles Daniels

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

23/07/2003 7:33 AM

Distant Dave <[email protected]> wrote:

> http://profx.distant.co.uk/

WOW!!!
Great!!!!
This was my fave site!

Eerie to see it back in a way.
Mr. Spaghetti Face Goes to Paris has been stuck in my mind
for years.

DD

Distant Dave

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

15/07/2003 12:20 PM

In message <[email protected]>, Daibhid
Ceannaideach <[email protected]> writes

>>http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>>
>>...no need to thank me...
>>
>Oh, I think we should. If we just went straight to telling you some of the
>links don't work, you'd think we were a right bunch of moaning Minnies! (As,
>indeed, you would if you read most of the other threads.)
>
>So, thanks. Now, about these links...

Yeah, I noticed that, but

a) I'm not hosting it, just pointing at it as a public service

b) I have a recollection that not all the story details were there on
the original site anyway.

It's a nice little curiosity, though.

--
Distant Dave

dD

[email protected] (Daibhid Ceannaideach)

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 12:20 PM

15/07/2003 12:56 PM

>
>From: Distant Dave [email protected]
>Date: 15/07/03 19:20 GMT Daylight Time
>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>
>In message <[email protected]>, Daibhid
>Ceannaideach <[email protected]> writes
>
>>>http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>>>
>>>...no need to thank me...
>>>
>>Oh, I think we should. If we just went straight to telling you some of the
>>links don't work, you'd think we were a right bunch of moaning Minnies! (As,
>>indeed, you would if you read most of the other threads.)
>>
>>So, thanks. Now, about these links...
>
>Yeah, I noticed that, but
>
>a) I'm not hosting it, just pointing at it as a public service

Ah. So you are. Sorry.

>b) I have a recollection that not all the story details were there on
>the original site anyway.

True (I once emailed Darrel Manuel, asking if he'd like some ideas I had (the
FUQ-U2 nonwithstanding) but he didn't reply) but there are entire sections (the
Nymphomaniac books, for example) that I remember as being really funny, and
that aren't there.

>It's a nice little curiosity, though.

Yep, and what there is is just as funny as I remember it. I just wish there was
more. And that they'd lasted long enough to use my ideas for "Centuries of
Wrongs"...
--
Dave
Now Official Absentee of EU Skiffeysoc for FOUR years
http://www.eusa.ed.ac.uk/societies/sesoc
"Nanotechnology could be huge."
Lord Sainsbury, Science and Innovation Minister

TC

Tan Coul

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

15/07/2003 1:02 PM

On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 07:40:07 CST, Distant Dave <[email protected]>
wrote:

>
>http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>
>...no need to thank me...

...but I will anyway :-) Ah, what memories this is bringing back...
--
www.oscartelos.co.uk
The best Chester Zoo photo website ever made by a cat (probably.)
Last updated March 13th 2003

gG

[email protected] (Grant Goggans)

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

24/07/2003 1:18 PM

Distant Dave <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>
> ...no need to thank me...

That's not what I wanted to see. My "Colonel X" stuff went through at
least two revisions beyond that, including adding a couple of
disclaimers after one of the real-world writers I incorporated wrote
me to ask what the hell I thought I was doing, before I took it down
for eating too much of my pathetic Geocities bandwidth and for being
embarassingly unfunny. Pfff.

--Grant

DD

Distant Dave

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

25/07/2003 11:48 AM

In message <[email protected]>, Grant
Goggans <[email protected]> writes
>Distant Dave <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:<[email protected]>...
>> http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>>
>> ...no need to thank me...
>
>That's not what I wanted to see. My "Colonel X" stuff went through at
>least two revisions beyond that, including adding a couple of
>disclaimers after one of the real-world writers I incorporated wrote
>me to ask what the hell I thought I was doing, before I took it down
>for eating too much of my pathetic Geocities bandwidth and for being
>embarassingly unfunny. Pfff.
>
>--Grant

If you want the link removed, drop me a line and I'll remove it no
problem.

--
Distant Dave

dD

[email protected] (Daibhid Ceannaideach)

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

15/07/2003 10:45 AM

>
>From: Distant Dave [email protected]
>Date: 15/07/03 14:40 GMT Daylight Time
>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>
>
>http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>
>...no need to thank me...
>
Oh, I think we should. If we just went straight to telling you some of the
links don't work, you'd think we were a right bunch of moaning Minnies! (As,
indeed, you would if you read most of the other threads.)

So, thanks. Now, about these links...
--
Dave
Now Official Absentee of EU Skiffeysoc for FOUR years
http://www.eusa.ed.ac.uk/societies/sesoc
"Nanotechnology could be huge."
Lord Sainsbury, Science and Innovation Minister

CM

"Cameron Mason"

in reply to Distant Dave on 15/07/2003 7:40 AM

15/07/2003 5:43 PM


"Distant Dave" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> http://profx.distant.co.uk/
>
> ...no need to thank me...

Yay!

Cameron
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