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    Quote Originally Posted by Headend View Post
    Paul This is really good stuff. Easy to use & applicable to all but the most disturbed people with little risk of leaving someone in an upset.

    Excellent

    PS the form to submit results on you site has a problem
    Glad you liked it.

    Please be more specific about the form problem so I can fix it. What I checked just now seems OK. Is this at fzglobal.org or at paulsrobot.com? Does the form appear? Is there no ack after? Are the questions incomplete? Something else wrong?

    Paul

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    http://www.yawnmachine.com/form_ym.htm

    first tried it in IE just tried in firefox

    Error: Bad/No Recipient
    There was no recipient or an invalid recipient specified in the data sent to FormMail. Please make sure you have filled in the recipient form field with an e-mail address that has been configured in @recipients. More information on filling in recipient form fields and variables can be found in the README file.

    Also this hyperlink http://www.fzglobal.org/robot/rest.html at http://www.fzglobal.org/robot.htm produce this

    404 Error - Not Found
    The resource you have requested could not be found on the server. There are many possible reasons for this. Either the file does not exist, there is an error in your request, or the file is not accessible in the requested directory. Please verify that:

    * You have used the proper case; requests ARE case-sensitive!
    * You have entered the URL correctly. (i.e. proper directory/filename)
    * You used the FULL URL. (i.e. proper file type: .html, .gif , .jpg, etc.)
    * You use a tilde (~) before user directories. (i.e. www.furcen.org/~jurann/ )
    * The user/file still exists on this server.
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    This link
    http://www.fzglobal.org/robot/robot_menu.htm
    produced same error

    404 Error - Not Found
    The resource you have requested could not be found on the server. There are many possible reasons for this. Either the file does not exist, there is an error in your request, or the file is not accessible in the requested directory. Please verify that:

    * You have used the proper case; requests ARE case-sensitive!
    * You have entered the URL correctly. (i.e. proper directory/filename)
    * You used the FULL URL. (i.e. proper file type: .html, .gif , .jpg, etc.)
    * You use a tilde (~) before user directories. (i.e. www.furcen.org/~jurann/ )
    * The user/file still exists on this server.
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    Thanks, Headend. I've fixed the Yawn Machine form. I haven't done all those Paul's Robot Auditor corrections yet as I am overhauling the sites, to put raw-public stuff only on paulsrobot.com and Scn-type stuff on fzglobal.org. I also changed hosting companies for fzglobal a week ago.

    However.... (see next post)

    Paul

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    Default Paul's Robot Auditor: "Heavy-Duty" Released



    "Heavy-Duty" is now online!


    This is not a neat way of flying your ruds or taking a bit of charge off some average incident.

    It is POWERFUL!

    1. It is interactive, like all Paul's Robot Auditor modules. So you can go at your own pace, not the enforced pace of a YouTube video.

    2. It is based on my highly-successful and popular Rub & Yawn procedure.

    3. Like the YouTube videos, the groups of 6-direction commands come in different flavours, but instead of the sequence being fixed, you can choose which group to use, and you can choose to receive as many commands as are still producing change and not a single one more.

    4. The variations are:

    (a) Reach & Withdraw (from your topic) for a topic so highly-charged you can't bear to look closely at it to run the 6-direction process;

    (b) General (the plain vanilla commands);

    (c) Multiple Copies (among other reasons so they can discharge against each other per the Scn 8-8008 double-terminalling tech);

    (d) Multiple Viewpoints (holographic running anyone?)

    (e) "Imaginary" (to allow the pc to run things he's not sure of, like past lives, telepathy, spirits, parallel universes, even those bt/cluster thingies if you swing that way);

    (f) Confront;

    (g) Responsibility;

    (h) Not-There (RD's "blank" command from R3X, to take off any suppress, not-is, implanted commands, black screens, invisible screens etc.);

    (i) Efforts (Masses, energies, forces, pressures etc., run as actual efforts if the pc can manage it rather than the idea of efforts);

    (j) Emotions (Feelings, includes sensations, again run as the feelings rather than the idea of them);

    (k) Thoughts (Thoughts, ideas, postulates, decisions etc.); and finally

    (l) Time-Shift (all events in your topic can be moved all up and down the track, even back to before the beginning of time and forward to after the end of time if you wish, whatever gets the charge off).

    All of these variations can be integrated with each other if you wish, like running imaginary factors from other viewpoints etc.

    If you have a particular topic that has been bugging you for years and nothing has worked on it, whack it with this!

    It is not going to run the Ls on you, or make you OT, but it will sure give your pet aberration a good run for its money, as long as it's charged and accessible.

    5. I used a decent microphone so the sound is better;

    6. And last but not least, as usual, it is free of charge but definitely not free of effort.

    It is at www.paulsrobot.com/heavyduty

    Enjoy!

    Paul

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    Paul,

    Very innovative! I like it!

    ~B~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Björkist View Post
    Paul,

    Very innovative! I like it!

    ~B~
    Good. I'm glad someone does.

    Is that from trying it, or just from reading my write-up on it?

    Paul

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    Paul is it possible to download your youtube videos direct to HDD, my wireless connection keeps resetting mid-download at youtube. Just a little annoying having to restart several times to complete.

    It would also be good to download the whole heavy duty robot & have it locally on my PC.

    Pete
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dulloldfart View Post
    Good. I'm glad someone does.

    Is that from trying it, or just from reading my write-up on it?

    Paul

    Well, all of your stuff is innovative, but my comments were from reading the write up. I haven't been very sessionable these past couple of days, but as soon as I am, I'm giving it a go.


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    Thanks, this stuff is great.

    I had a session yesterday, using the text version, not the video. E/S incidents to quite a ways back, cog, released charge. Still grinning today. Co-workers are looking at me funny this morning wondering why I have a shit-eating-grin and joking about everything.

    Your robot auditor completely eliminates all of the entheta cycles I would normally associate with auditing in Co$, like reg cycles, sec checks, being forced to run incidents you don't want to run, endless repairs, etc.

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