well ... of course there's a trash can, like I couldn't figure out
something so simple as that ... duhh ... I was just testing to see how
fast someone would reply, of course, and, well, it was pretty darn
fast ... Schlomo to the rescue again!

On 8/18/05, johngaltsjournal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Richard, it must mean that you are famous!!!
>
> There is a little trashcan icon next to the comment if I remember... trash it!
>
> schlomo
> http://webzine2005.com
> http://schlomolog.blogspot.com
>
> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Richard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > First of all I got my first comment spam (see below)
> >
> > Second, does anyone know if there is a way to delete a comment in blogger?
> >
> > I supposed I could just find the html page on my web host and edit it,
> > but I don't know what sort of mess that would cause.
> >
> > ... Richard
> >
> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > From: dwainmorgan4203 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Date: Aug 17, 2005 6:53 PM
> > Subject: [RichardShow.Com] 8/17/2005 06:53:07 PM
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >
> >
> >  St0ck For Your Review - FCPG
> >
> > Current Profile
> > Faceprint Global Solutions (FCPG)
> > Current Price $0.15
> >
> >
> > A U.S. based-company dedicated to the goal of
> > bringing effective security solutions to the marketplace.
> >
> > With violent and white-collar terrorism on the rise,
> > companies are starving for innovative security solutions.
> >
> > FCPG is set to bring hot new security solutions to
> > the industry, with currently over 40 governmental and
> > non-governmental contracts, being negotiated.
> >
> > Please Review Exactly What this Company Does.
> >
> > Why consider Faceprint Global Solutions (FCPG)?
> >
> > Faceprint Global Solutions (FCPG) holds the exclusive
> > marketing rights from Keyvelop, to sell the world�s
> > leading encryption technology to be distributed directly
> > to the Healthcare industry in North America.
> >
> > Faceprint Global Solutions has completed its biometric
> > software that recognizes facial features of individuals
> > entering and leaving through airports, ship yards, banks,
> > large buildings, etc.
> >
> > FCPG acquired Montreal-based Apometrix Technologies,
> > which enhances the companies mission of being a
> > full-service provider to the multi-application smart
> > card industry. The North American market appears ready
> > for significant expansion of price-competitive, proven,
> > multi-application solutions on smart cards. Apometrix's
> > forecast of over 300 customers and sales of more than $50
> > million in North America over the next five years, appears
> > very realistic, according to company management.
> >
> > Faceprint Global Solutions is currently in contract negotiations
> > with over 40 governmental agencies and businesses seeking to use
> > their encryption, biometric, and smart-card technologies.
> >
> > Breaking News for Faceprint Global Solutions (FCPG)
> >
> > Faceprint Global Solutions (FCPG) is pleased to announce that
> > IBM will now offer the world�s leading encryption software to
> > its major Healthcare clients in North America.
> >
> > With FCPG owning the exclusive North American rights to distribute
> > the worlds leading encryption and transmission software developed by
> > Keyvelop, FCPG is poised to capture large volumes of sales generated
> > by customers currently using IBM�s software in the healthcare and
> > other industries.
> > �This is a very positive move for FCPG and for Keyvelop,� said FCPG
> > CEO Pierre Cote. �We are very happy about the decision to go with IBM.
> > This is a continuation of the progress made by everyone associated
> > with FCPG and its partners.�
> >
> > Buell Duncan, IBM's general manager of ISV & Developer Relations commented,
> > �Collaborating with Keyvelop will ensure that we develop open solutions
> > that are easy to maintain and cost effective for our customers in the
> > healthcare and life sciences industry.�
> >
> > Among other things, this new software technology which is currently
> > being used by a number of European healthcare companies, is used to
> > send any file, regardless of format or size. Encryption keys, evidence
> > of transmission integrity with fingerprint calculation, time-stamping
> > of all actions and status record updating, pre-checking sender and
> > receiver identities, validating file opening dates are part of
> > Keyvelop features.
> > About FacePrint Global Solutions, Inc.
> >
> > FCPG operates a business, which develops and delivers a variety of
> > technology solutions, including biometric software applications on
> > smart cards and other support mediums (apometric solutions). FCPG�s
> > products provide biometric solutions for identity authentication and a
> > host of smart card- and biometrics-related hardware peripherals and
> > software applications. Apometrix, FCPG�s wholly-owned subsidiary, combines
> > on-card or in-chip multi-application management solutions with best-of-breed
> > �in-card matching� biometrics. Keyvelop�s secure digital envelope solution
> > and Apometrix�s on-card biometrics work together to produce the winning
> > combination in the fields of security, traceability and identity management.
> > Conclusion:
> >
> > The examples above show the Awesome, Earning Potential of little known
> > Companies That Explode onto Investor�s Radar Screens. This sto,ck will
> > not be a Secret for long. Then You May Feel the Desire to Act Right Now!
> > And Please Watch This One Trade!
> >
> > GO FCPG!
> >
> > Disclaimer:
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> > specific projects, the ability to fund operations and changes in consumer
> > and business consumption habits and other factors overwhich the company has
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> > that the information contained herein are true and correct.
> >
> > --
> > Posted by dwainmorgan4203 to RichardShow.Com at 8/17/2005 06:53:07 PM
> >
> > --
> > Richard
> > http://www.richardshow.com
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