Contact

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To reach the author, feel free to drop me an email any time at:

azborderfort@hotmail.com

Note #1: I refuse to use Outlook Express, so there’s no link to a form. Because of that, you’ll need to copy the email address and paste it into your own email program.

That’s the only hassle, though. I usually check my email once per night (I write through nearly all of nearly every night) and will do my best to respond within 24 hours, 48 at the outside.

Note #2: Subscribers will have provided their email addresses so that they can receive copies of my newest posts, mailed directly to their Inboxes. However, the plugin I’m using for that does not provide the email addresses to me. Which is, come to think of it, as it should be. If the plugin did pass those on, the addresses might well end up being used for nefarious (spam, scam, whatever) uses by an unscrupulous webmaster here and there. Thus, writing to me at the above address is the only way to make private contact, at least for now.

May the blessings be,

Fred Baker (Writing online as Ghost32)

19 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Thank you for your perricone Sub d summary. My auntie has been looking for solutions. We’ll start stretching. I thoroughly enjoyed your writing style and look forward to reading more. I got the sense that you and Pam are soul mates. Blessed be, tracey

  2. Thanks, Tracey. Appreciate your checking in. I think a lot of us will “start stretching”. As for Pam and me, you may have called it. 🙂

  3. How is everything going for you and your family?

    I have been reading your stories and really enjoy reading them. Mainly because we have experienced so many similar things in life. It has also; I guess develop the same philosophies which I generally can’t find anyone who thinks beyond their own shadows to talk to.
    Most have not ventured out and explored life and failed and succeeded and put them all into one book. Each to be looked at as chapters of life. good ones and bad ones but each built something to be use at a later date. Like marbles in a bag.

    I hope your health and your wife’s health is good these days.

  4. Dale, it’s a delight to see you popping up on so many pages. You’re absolutely right, of course; not many “think beyond their own shadows”. I’ve run into some here and there, but not many.

    My health is fine. My wife’s is not. In fact, she’s now living with her daughter’s family in northern Utah, thanks to medical incompetence down here in Arizona. Her daughter works for an awesome Nurse Practitioner who has taken Pam on as a new patient. Pam, in her turn, has taken Amy’s (Amy is her daughter) oldest dog, a deaf, stinky, going-blind 15 year old Chihuahua, under her wing as her “newborn baby”. The dog gets up under the covers and nudges Pam under the chin when she has to go out, which is awesome. They sleep together. Pam needs to be needed like that; it’s going to turn out to be a good move for her, I think. Even if it did leave me heading back south by myself, writing a song titled, Home to the Hollow House–that any country singer would kill to record, if he became aware of it. 🙂

  5. Thanks so much for your review on Dr. Perricone Sub-D etc Sincerely appreciate your article and subsequent comments Wishing you and your family the very best. Chris, Los Angeles

  6. How are you doing these days? Some time has passed by since I checked in. It’s nice to see you actually respond to peoples; sometimes long winded philosophies or rants. lol

    I admire people who can put a period at the end of a 120 space comment and that’s it. Not really!

    I would like to hear that song.

  7. Dale, you’re welcome to hear the song any time you drop by the Border Fort–if I’m home, anyway.

    For a RODEO page, check Rodeo Index; I’m pretty sure it’s there.

  8. I am looking for your product. We are a health food store in Trail, BC.
    I was wondering if you are available in Canada and who is your distributor.

  9. Simone, I have no clue what you’re talking about. This site covers a lot of territory, some of it health related, but we’ve never had a product to sell UNLESS you’re counting my book, Tam the Tall Tale Teller. Which is available through Pathway Book Service at 1-800-345-6665 or 1-603-357-0236, or Ingram’s, but I don’t see it as being much of a fit for a health food store. ??

  10. I have also emailed this to you, however, for the sake of expediency:
    Re: the Win 10 rapes/forced install of win 10 of our computers
    I have contacted the FCC over this and they advised me to go to the FTC. I lodged a complaint with the FTC, however, they need for many people to complain before thye can act. Please ask your readers to contact the FTC @
    FTC’s Consumer Response Center at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
    and lodge a formal complaint over the FORCED install of win 10 on our computers as we slept or were otherwise engaged. I personally consider this to be HIGH-ORDER hacking and a CRIMINAL act, and think Gates should have to pay restitution (New computers for all with win 7 or 8 on them+ALL our software) AND be jailed for this.
    Thank you!

  11. Thanks for commenting, J’Marinde. I replied to your email–and appreciate your enthusiasm for the cause. 😀

  12. Hi Ghost!
    First of all I have some works for you and I am interested to work with you. How is your traffic in this website? Why you are not monetizing this website? Let me know If anything I can help you.

    Thanks

  13. No thanks, Anil. By the numbers:

    1. I work best alone and am not interested in working with anyone else online.

    2. Traffic is solid.

    3. Not monetizing this website because this website is not about making money, except the occasional “survival” post discussing ways of staying alive in hard times.

  14. Great job of researching this over the top $$$ product. If people want a real beauty solution, they should drink 64 fluid ounces of water every day. It’s what your skin and organs want and it’s affordable! It’s also the AMA’s recommendation, but what would they know .

  15. Strange page for this comment, Lynn, but thanks. As for the AMA’s water recommendation, well…I have some serious reservations when it comes to the AMA in general, and specifically about drinking 64 ounces of water every day. Not that they’re necessarily wrong, but one size does not fit all. I can only get away with that much water if I’m at home near a bathroom or if it’s a hot day and I’m working in the heat, sweating it out.

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