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That Derek
2017-11-16 03:44:47 UTC
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Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report

BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis 

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM

Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.

The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.

The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.

In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.

Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops, TMZ said.

A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not going to get any better for him.”

The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.

Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.

"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.

"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."

Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24 hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.

"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired. Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.

"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said. "This is time for prayer."

Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter everyone there.

The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.

The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.

Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.

The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide sensation.

Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in 1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter.”

Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His next hearing is scheduled for 2027.

While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
Larc
2017-11-16 05:20:13 UTC
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On Wed, 15 Nov 2017 19:44:47 -0800 (PST), That Derek <***@yahoo.com> wrote:

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| Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report

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| "I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.

Oh, he will leave. He may have to be carried out in a body bag, but he'll definitely
leave.

Larc
Michael OConnor
2017-11-16 06:18:25 UTC
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Oh, he will leave. He may have to be carried out in a body bag, but he'll definitely
leave.
I'm curious what are going to happen to his remains. I remember a year or two back when that woman was wanting to marry him, and IIRC the state Board of Corrections stopped her to denied her any further access (writing, I guess) to Manson because they figured out the only reason she wanted to marry him was so she could have access to his remains once he was dead. There is no telling what she had in mind with his remains.

They certainly can't bury Manson in a marked grave in a public cemetery, as he is such a notorious figure who also has a weird cult following that his grave site would attract a lot of weird people. I don't know what his wishes are, but they don't have much choice other than an unmarked grave or cremation. After all, what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer's body or Richard Speck's body or John Wayne Gacy's bodies when they died? They can't be buried in a public cemetery.
Rick B.
2017-11-16 06:27:32 UTC
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After all, what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer's body or Richard Speck's
body or John Wayne Gacy's bodies when they died? They can't be buried
in a public cemetery.
Per findagrave.com all three were cremated.
Larc
2017-11-16 14:43:37 UTC
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| I'm curious what are going to happen to his remains. I remember a year or two back when that woman was wanting to marry him, and IIRC the state Board of Corrections stopped her to denied her any further access (writing, I guess) to Manson because they figured out the only reason she wanted to marry him was so she could have access to his remains once he was dead. There is no telling what she had in mind with his remains.
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| They certainly can't bury Manson in a marked grave in a public cemetery, as he is such a notorious figure who also has a weird cult following that his grave site would attract a lot of weird people. I don't know what his wishes are, but they don't have much choice other than an unmarked grave or cremation. After all, what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer's body or Richard Speck's body or John Wayne Gacy's bodies when they died? They can't be buried in a public cemetery.

Simple. Cremate Manson and flush his ashes down the toilet.

Larc
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2017-11-16 15:13:23 UTC
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| I'm curious what are going to happen to his remains. I remember a year or two back when that woman was wanting to marry him, and IIRC the state Board of Corrections stopped her to denied her any further access (writing, I guess) to Manson because they figured out the only reason she wanted to marry him was so she could have access to his remains once he was dead. There is no telling what she had in mind with his remains.
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| They certainly can't bury Manson in a marked grave in a public cemetery, as he is such a notorious figure who also has a weird cult following that his grave site would attract a lot of weird people. I don't know what his wishes are, but they don't have much choice other than an unmarked grave or cremation. After all, what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer's body or Richard Speck's body or John Wayne Gacy's bodies when they died? They can't be buried in a public cemetery.
Simple. Cremate Manson and flush his ashes down the toilet.
Larc
Sounds fitting. When Ian Brady of The Moors Murders fame died awhile
back, his wish was to be cremated and his ashes scattered up on the
moors where victims were found - needless to say, it never happened.
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2017-11-16 17:58:51 UTC
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Simple. Cremate Manson and flush his ashes down the toilet.

Ask Randy Travis would say "pray for the fish"
Jake D Jude
2017-11-16 15:23:52 UTC
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Oh, he will leave. He may have to be carried out in a body bag, but he'll definitely
leave.
I'm curious what are going to happen to his remains. I remember a year or two back when that woman was wanting to marry him, and IIRC the state Board of Corrections stopped her to denied her any further access (writing, I guess) to Manson because they figured out the only reason she wanted to marry him was so she could have access to his remains once he was dead. There is no telling what she had in mind with his remains.
They certainly can't bury Manson in a marked grave in a public cemetery, as he is such a notorious figure who also has a weird cult following that his grave site would attract a lot of weird people. I don't know what his wishes are, but they don't have much choice other than an unmarked grave or cremation. After all, what happened to Jeffrey Dahmer's body or Richard Speck's body or John Wayne Gacy's bodies when they died? They can't be buried in a public cemetery.
They should donate his body to the Clinton Foundation. He's a perfect
match for their type of people. In fact he should be buried at the
Clinton Library along with plots for Harvey Weinstein and some of the
other Democrat scumbags who qualify as Clintonians.
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2017-11-16 17:57:26 UTC
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Manson will be buried in an unmarked pauper's grave. No one will claim him.
RH Draney
2017-11-16 09:42:53 UTC
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Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Sharon Tate's condition, on the other hand, has been unchanged since
1969....r
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2017-11-16 11:50:16 UTC
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Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Sharon Tate's condition, on the other hand, has been unchanged since
1969....r
Precisely!
Okiku Saji
2017-11-16 23:25:56 UTC
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/charles-manson-grave-condition-california-hospital-article-1.3635813
Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report
BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM
Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops, TMZ said.
A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not going to get any better for him.”
The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.
Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.
"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.
"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."
Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24 hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.
"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired. Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.
"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said. "This is time for prayer."
Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter everyone there.
The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.
The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.
Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.
The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide sensation.
Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in 1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter.”
Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His next hearing is scheduled for 2027.
While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
Remember when he was "near death" in January? Look how that turned out.

He'll recover.

Meanwhile, California serial killers known only as the "Zodiac Killer" and the "East Area Rapist"/"Original Night Stalker"/"Golden State Killer", whose activities overlapped with Manson's, still have yet to be apprehended. The odds are good that Zodiac is dead...but FBI investigators say there's an 85% chance ONS is still living, due to his apparent young age during his activities.

So many unidentified murderers and rapists in 1960s/1970s/1980s California!
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2017-11-17 05:23:24 UTC
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Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report
BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM
Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops, TMZ said.
A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not going to get any better for him.”
The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.
Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.
"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.
"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."
Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24 hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.
"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired. Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.
"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said. "This is time for prayer."
Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter everyone there.
The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.
The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.
Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.
The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide sensation.
Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in 1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter.”
Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His next hearing is scheduled for 2027.
While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
Remember when he was "near death" in January? Look how that turned out.
He'll recover.
Meanwhile, California serial killers known only as the "Zodiac Killer" and the "East Area Rapist"/"Original Night Stalker"/"Golden State Killer", whose activities overlapped with Manson's, still have yet to be apprehended. The odds are good that Zodiac is dead...but FBI investigators say there's an 85% chance ONS is still living, due to his apparent young age during his activities.
So many unidentified murderers and rapists in 1960s/1970s/1980s California!
Not sure, Okiku - how old are you and where are you from? You could be like the arsonist who returns to the scene of the fire. Maybe some of those guys you mention (and I have heard of them all), are really one guy. Imagine how incredible a champion mass murderer one would have to be to be sought by the law under 3, 4, or even more monickers? How about the unsolved murders committed by mass murderers who are dedicated to privacy, not looking for stardom? Not risking getting caught. Just every week another stranger in another strange town - skidrow material mostly, people nobody cares about. It's the mass murderers who seek fame that get caught, those whose main purpose is to taunt authorities and call attention to themselves. But the copy cat killer, or the super anonymous not-looking-for-fame type, those kinds of guys can go on uncaught for a long time. I know. I know for a fact.
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2017-11-17 05:30:52 UTC
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I'm a copy cat killer
And I haven't got a clue
On how to do anything creative or new

I just study the papers
to update the glean
Of what's going down on the mass murder scene

Then I pack up my bags
with the tools of the trade
And I'm off to the spot where the headlines were made

Tho my work doesn't bring me
The glory and fame
I get all of the pleasure and none of the blame

They say the Hillside Stranglers killed 11 back when
But I know for a fact
That they only got 10

And that clown from Chicago (Gacey)
Who killed with a smile
I added a few to the top of his pile

Yes, I travel the trail other killers have blazed
And I'll ramble that road
For the rest of my days

For their fame is a comet
Ablaze and then gone
But the copy cat killer
Goes on and on......and on

Uncaught and fancy free..........................
Okiku Saji
2017-11-17 19:24:05 UTC
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/charles-manson-grave-condition-california-hospital-article-1.3635813
Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report
BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM
Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops, TMZ said.
A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not going to get any better for him.”
The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.
Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.
"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.
"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."
Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24 hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.
"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired. Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.
"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said. "This is time for prayer."
Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter everyone there.
The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.
The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.
Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.
The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide sensation.
Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in 1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter.”
Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His next hearing is scheduled for 2027.
While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
Remember when he was "near death" in January? Look how that turned out.
He'll recover.
Meanwhile, California serial killers known only as the "Zodiac Killer" and the "East Area Rapist"/"Original Night Stalker"/"Golden State Killer", whose activities overlapped with Manson's, still have yet to be apprehended. The odds are good that Zodiac is dead...but FBI investigators say there's an 85% chance ONS is still living, due to his apparent young age during his activities.
So many unidentified murderers and rapists in 1960s/1970s/1980s California!
Not sure, Okiku - how old are you and where are you from? You could be like the arsonist who returns to the scene of the fire. Maybe some of those guys you mention (and I have heard of them all), are really one guy. Imagine how incredible a champion mass murderer one would have to be to be sought by the law under 3, 4, or even more monickers? How about the unsolved murders committed by mass murderers who are dedicated to privacy, not looking for stardom? Not risking getting caught. Just every week another stranger in another strange town - skidrow material mostly, people nobody cares about. It's the mass murderers who seek fame that get caught, those whose main purpose is to taunt authorities and call attention to themselves. But the copy cat killer, or the super anonymous not-looking-for-fame type, those kinds of guys can go on uncaught for a long time. I know. I know for a fact.
Zodiac and EARONS have totally different M.O.s. No way they're the same person. Sketches also look nothing alike.
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/charles-manson-grave-condition-california-hospital-article-1.3635813
Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report
BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM
Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.
The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently, TMZ.com said.
The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for some time.
In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too weak and sent him back to prison.
Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops, TMZ said.
A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not going to get any better for him.”
The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.
Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.
"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily News on Wednesday.
"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."
Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24 hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.
"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired. Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.
"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said. "This is time for prayer."
Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter everyone there.
The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.
The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.
Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.
The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide sensation.
Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in 1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter.”
Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His next hearing is scheduled for 2027.
While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
I'd like to see at least one more interview with the one-time demonic now grandfatherly leader of loonies. I find him entertaining. Why pile up on the guy? He's been in jail for years. He's going to die. It's over. Man, seems there are an awful lot of bitter and hateful people around. As for a public or unmarked grave, it doesn't really matter, does it? I don't care what they do with my body when I go. My best friend is buried in a pauper's field with just a tin post with his name over where his body is, or is claimed to be. He didn't care and neither do I. Graveyards are wonderful attractions, some of them, shady and lush, especially the ones with rolling hills. But other than that, who needs them? Grind up the dead bodies and feed it to pets. Ok, not pets, maybe just zoo animals or livestock. Or use as fertilizer. The idea of being planted in a box in the ground all dressed up their Sunday finest with nowhere to go, man, that has always been funny to me.
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2017-11-17 04:33:14 UTC
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I'd like to see at least one more interview with the one-time demonic now grandfatherly leader of loonies. I find him entertaining. Why pile up on the guy? He's been in jail for years. He's going to die. It's over. Man, seems there are an awful lot of bitter and hateful people around. As for a public or unmarked grave, it doesn't really matter, does it? I don't care what they do with my body when I go. My best friend is buried in a pauper's field with just a tin post with his name over where his body is, or is claimed to be. He didn't care and neither do I. Graveyards are wonderful attractions, some of them, shady and lush, especially the ones with rolling hills. But other than that, who needs them? Grind up the dead bodies and feed it to pets. Ok, not pets, maybe just zoo animals or livestock. Or use as fertilizer. The idea of being planted in a box in the ground all dressed up their Sunday finest with nowhere to go, man, that has always been funny to me.
It's a particularly cruel form of punishment if you do it when they're
still living....r
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2017-11-17 04:42:03 UTC
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It's a particularly cruel form of punishment if you do it when they're
still living....r
Oh yeah, hah hah, I am sure of that. Not being able to breathe is probably my biggest fear. But even if they give you a pipe hole for air and blood lines for nutrition it's still going to be hell, especially if the space is so confined that turning over or even sideways is not possible. And let's not forget that incredibly low ceiling. Ah yes, the grave - the smallest hotel room known to man.
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Saw an Alfred Hitchcock presents show when I was a kid that I always remembered. I saw it again a few weeks ago for the first time since. Maybe had I been older when I had seen it the first time I'd have seen it coming. Maybe not.

A guy in prison is owed a favor by a old trustee who works in the coffin shop and also has a key to the outside graveyard. So he tells the old trustee what he wants: "The next time I get word of someone dying in this joint I'm going to come down here and get into the coffin with him, then you and your boys can nail the lid on and I'm home free. I figure I can live 45 minutes down there, that should give you plenty of time."

The old guy doesn't want to go along with it, but he does owe a favor, so he agrees. Then one day shortly after an inmate dies and the hopeful escapee gets word of it, goes down and crawls into the coffin with the inmate. As they carry the box through the gates to the grave, we see it only from the inside, pitch black, and from outside we hear, "Boy, this guy is heavy." You know, 'cause there's two of them.

Then they shovel the dirt on and leave. He's down there waiting. The camera is on him. He's starting to sweat. He lights a match and looks at his watch. Still plenty of time. Then more time goes by and he lights another match, then another. When he strikes his final match the shroud falls off the guy next to him and it's the old guy who was supposed to dig him up. Imagine how that guy felt down there. What are the chances anyone would piece it together - and even if they did, would it be in time? Well, maybe dying of ultra slow suffocation isn't so bad - like getting really tired maybe - not like being choked out with a rope or a set of really strong hands, kicking and twisting, struggling all the way to the end. No, maybe dying ultra slow from lack of air is a good way to go as you get so tired and weak and sleep that you just sort of slide into it instead of trying vainly to kick your way out.
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/charles-manson-grave-condition-california-hospital-article-1.3635813

Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report

BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis ?

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7:06 PM

Wild-eyed cult leader Charles Manson has been hospitalized in
California with a bleak prognosis, according to a report Wednesday.

The 83-year-old was brought to a Bakersfield hospital recently,
TMZ.com said.

The notorious mass murderer serving seven life sentences in Corcoran
State Prison in California has been suffering from health issues for
some time.

In January he had to be hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding.
He also needed surgery to repair a lesion but doctors said he was too
weak and sent him back to prison.

Since arriving at the Bakersfield facility, Manson’s been getting
various treatments around the hospital — always guarded by five cops,
TMZ said.

A source familiar with Manson’s condition told the web site “it’s not
going to get any better for him.”

The source also added, “it’s just a matter of time,” TMZ said.

Ben Gurecki, who regularly posts prison calls with Manson on his
YouTube channel, said Manson admitted he has heart failure.

"I don't believe he will leave the hospital," Gurecki told the Daily
News on Wednesday.

"(It's) heart failure," he said. "(His) body is shutting down."

Gurecki said Manson was rushed to Mercy Heart Hospital in last 24
hours -- and before that, he was still in prison.

"He has been saying over and over the past few weeks that he is tired.
Over and over, it's very sad," Gurecki said.

"He is going to leave us this time. He is very, very sick," he said.
"This is time for prayer."

Manson shocked the world on Aug. 9, 1969, when he directed his protégé
Charles Watson to take three female members of his cult — known as the
Manson Family — to a posh house above Sunset Blvd. and slaughter
everyone there.

The Manson Family members brutally butchered movie director Roman
Polanski's heavily pregnant wife Sharon Tate along with celebrity
hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, writer
Wojciech Frykowski, and visiting teen Steven Parent.

The next night, Manson joined the same four followers along with two
more as they broke into the Los Feliz home of supermarket executive
Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary.

Manson wanted to show the group the correct way to execute and ordered
the LaBiancas bound with lamp cords and their heads covered by
pillowcases before the savage stabbing started.

The vicious Manson killings stunned Los Angeles and caused a worldwide
sensation.

Manson was tried for the horrific murders and sentenced to death along
with several members of his psychopathic gypsy cult. The sentences
were commuted to life when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in
1972. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite
a race war he believed was suggested in the Beatles’ song “Helter
Skelter.”

Found guilty in 1971, Manson has been denied parole a dozen times. His
next hearing is scheduled for 2027.

While in jail, he infamously carved a swastika into his forehead,
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2017-11-17 17:40:44 UTC
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<reformatted for readability>
The posts you've been reposting were perfectly readable to begin with.
I wonder what your problem with them might be. I'm looking at the
original and your repost side by side. Is word wrap not working on
your end?

Also, you introduced curly quotes when you reposted. That's not going
to work for everybody.
David Carson
2017-11-17 18:16:50 UTC
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<reformatted for readability>
The posts you've been reposting were perfectly readable to begin with.
I wonder what your problem with them might be. I'm looking at the
original and your repost side by side. Is word wrap not working on
your end?
He keeps his newsreader maximized to fill the width of his monitor, so
word wrap leaves the lines of text in the reading pane uncomfortably long.
But rather than resizing his reading pane to a suitable width, he reposts
everything he wants to read that doesn't have fixed line widths, in the
belief that A) he is one of the few people who does things correctly, and
B) he is doing the rest of Usenet a favor.
Post by A Friend
Also, you introduced curly quotes when you reposted. That's not going
to work for everybody.
There were so-called "smart quotes" in the original article. I didn't see
any new ones in the repost.
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2017-11-17 21:42:08 UTC
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<reformatted for readability>
The posts you've been reposting were perfectly readable to begin with.
I wonder what your problem with them might be. I'm looking at the
original and your repost side by side. Is word wrap not working on
your end?
He keeps his newsreader maximized to fill the width of his monitor, so
word wrap leaves the lines of text in the reading pane uncomfortably long.
But rather than resizing his reading pane to a suitable width, he reposts
everything he wants to read that doesn't have fixed line widths, in the
belief that A) he is one of the few people who does things correctly, and
B) he is doing the rest of Usenet a favor.
I was wondering (not a lot, don't worry) about that "reformatted for
readability." It seemed presumptuous, since there was nothing wrong
originally. Thanks for explaining.
Post by David Carson
Post by A Friend
Also, you introduced curly quotes when you reposted. That's not going
to work for everybody.
There were so-called "smart quotes" in the original article. I didn't see
any new ones in the repost.
Thank you again. I saw that the original post, by That Derek, had
straight quotes ("dumb quotes"?) about half the time, most of them in
the middle of the article. I now see that the repost by Steve Hayes
was no different. My bad.
b***@gmail.com
2017-11-17 22:55:29 UTC
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I thought he died yrs ago?
j***@gmail.com
2017-11-18 01:58:33 UTC
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I thought he died yrs ago?
If you're serious, your comment reminds me of a true story that happened in Southern California and involved two elderly brothers who lived together in a big house and one of them died and the other one never knew it till a sometimes acquaintance of the dead guy called the cops out of concern. The first thing I thought when I read the report was, "Man, what a great room mate that guy had to be." I mean when he was alive. If you're living with someone and they die and you don't even know it, you know you just lost a great room mate. Quiet and out of the way even while alive.
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2017-11-18 12:06:24 UTC
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I thought he died yrs ago?
he got better.
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2017-11-18 14:20:55 UTC
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| I thought he died yrs ago?

That was a regretful judicial oversight that will hopefully get corrected any day
now.

Larc
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2017-11-18 02:14:51 UTC
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I was wondering (not a lot, don't worry) about that "reformatted for
readability." It seemed presumptuous, since there was nothing wrong
originally. Thanks for explaining.
I add "reformatted for readability" because if I don't people may, and
sometimes have, asked why I posted the whole article without
commenting on it.
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J.D. Baldwin
2017-11-22 17:55:48 UTC
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I was wondering (not a lot, don't worry) about that "reformatted for
readability." It seemed presumptuous, since there was nothing wrong
originally. Thanks for explaining.
There was something "wrong" originally -- you posted "smart" text that
delimits lines with the "=" character, so that in a "real" newsreader
that hasn't been Microsoft-ified or Google-fied, it looks like this:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed d=
o eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. =
Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco lab=
oris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure =
dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore e=
u fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non=
proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id es=
t laborum.

[That's an oversimplification, but it gets the point across.]

And that leaves aside the problems with superfluous nonsense like
"smart" quotes and some other punctuation, easily renderable in ASCII
and yet not transmitted in that simple and universal format.

Usenet was invented and developed as a text medium and some of the
corporate players don't play nice with *any* standards (even their
own) and discombobulate it for the rest of us. Myself, I just shrug
it off because I'm using a newsreader whose development was frozen
over a decade ago and I just have to adapt to the melange of crap
foisted upon us by Google et al. But at least don't pretend there's
nothing wrong about what you're doing, because there kind of is.
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_|70|___:)=}- J.D. Baldwin |quite prepared not only to retract it, but also
\ / ***@panix.com|to deny under oath that I ever made it.-T. Lehrer
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2017-11-22 19:13:14 UTC
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I was wondering (not a lot, don't worry) about that "reformatted for
readability." It seemed presumptuous, since there was nothing wrong
originally. Thanks for explaining.
There was something "wrong" originally -- you posted "smart" text that
delimits lines with the "=" character, so that in a "real" newsreader
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed d=
o eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. =
Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco lab=
oris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure =
dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore e=
u fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non=
proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id es=
t laborum.
[That's an oversimplification, but it gets the point across.]
I didn't post anything originally; I questioned the need for reposts of
material that looked fine on my end. Steve Hayes didn't repost
anything of mine.

Are you saying that my posts (like, for instance, this one you're
reading) have equal signs and other annoying stuff running through
them? I would be anxious to fix that, if that's the case.
Post by J.D. Baldwin
And that leaves aside the problems with superfluous nonsense like
"smart" quotes and some other punctuation, easily renderable in ASCII
and yet not transmitted in that simple and universal format.
Usenet was invented and developed as a text medium and some of the
corporate players don't play nice with *any* standards (even their
own) and discombobulate it for the rest of us. Myself, I just shrug
it off because I'm using a newsreader whose development was frozen
over a decade ago and I just have to adapt to the melange of crap
foisted upon us by Google et al. But at least don't pretend there's
nothing wrong about what you're doing, because there kind of is.
I'm still not sure what you think I'm doing wrong. I've been on usenet
for about 20 years and this is the first I've ever heard that I'm
screwing up something that badly.
Wir Munchen Liebschoen
2017-11-22 19:34:55 UTC
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Post by A Friend
I was wondering (not a lot, don't worry) about that "reformatted for
readability." It seemed presumptuous, since there was nothing wrong
originally. Thanks for explaining.
There was something "wrong" originally -- you posted "smart" text that
delimits lines with the "=" character, so that in a "real" newsreader
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed d=
o eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. =
Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco lab=
oris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure =
dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore e=
u fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non=
proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id es=
t laborum.
[That's an oversimplification, but it gets the point across.]
I didn't post anything originally; I questioned the need for reposts of
material that looked fine on my end. Steve Hayes didn't repost
anything of mine.
Are you saying that my posts (like, for instance, this one you're
reading) have equal signs and other annoying stuff running through
them? I would be anxious to fix that, if that's the case.
Post by J.D. Baldwin
And that leaves aside the problems with superfluous nonsense like
"smart" quotes and some other punctuation, easily renderable in ASCII
and yet not transmitted in that simple and universal format.
Usenet was invented and developed as a text medium and some of the
corporate players don't play nice with *any* standards (even their
own) and discombobulate it for the rest of us. Myself, I just shrug
it off because I'm using a newsreader whose development was frozen
over a decade ago and I just have to adapt to the melange of crap
foisted upon us by Google et al. But at least don't pretend there's
nothing wrong about what you're doing, because there kind of is.
I'm still not sure what you think I'm doing wrong. I've been on usenet
for about 20 years and this is the first I've ever heard that I'm
screwing up something that badly.
Don't listen to Baldwin, he's a faggot activist always looking to start
arguments. You don't have to prove anything to him since he is a
worthless piece of shit.
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2017-11-22 22:06:32 UTC
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Post by J.D. Baldwin
[That's an oversimplification, but it gets the point across.]
I didn't post anything originally; I questioned the need for reposts
of material that looked fine on my end. Steve Hayes didn't repost
anything of mine.
Yes, I misinterpreted. It was "That Derek" who posted the (sort of)
gobbledygook.
Post by A Friend
I'm still not sure what you think I'm doing wrong. I've been on
usenet for about 20 years and this is the first I've ever heard that
I'm screwing up something that badly.
You are doing nothing wrong; I'm the one who screwed up (that part)
here. It's "That Derek" who is posting 8-bit encoded content to a
forum that largely hasn't adapted to it. It's RFC compliant, so it's
"okay" in that sense, but I think the Silent Majority continues to be
annoyed by it, particularly because anyone posting to Real Usenet
(i.e., not from Google Groups) ought to be able to turn that nonsense
off with no loss of content.
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_|70|___:)=}- J.D. Baldwin |quite prepared not only to retract it, but also
\ / ***@panix.com|to deny under oath that I ever made it.-T. Lehrer
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[That's an oversimplification, but it gets the point across.]
I didn't post anything originally; I questioned the need for reposts
of material that looked fine on my end. Steve Hayes didn't repost
anything of mine.
Yes, I misinterpreted. It was "That Derek" who posted the (sort of)
gobbledygook.
Post by A Friend
I'm still not sure what you think I'm doing wrong. I've been on
usenet for about 20 years and this is the first I've ever heard that
I'm screwing up something that badly.
You are doing nothing wrong; I'm the one who screwed up (that part)
here. It's "That Derek" who is posting 8-bit encoded content to a
forum that largely hasn't adapted to it. It's RFC compliant, so it's
"okay" in that sense, but I think the Silent Majority continues to be
annoyed by it, particularly because anyone posting to Real Usenet
(i.e., not from Google Groups) ought to be able to turn that nonsense
off with no loss of content.
OK, thanks. I was worried there for a bit.
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2017-11-23 07:49:04 UTC
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J.D. Baldwin wrote:
<snip> posting 8-bit encoded content to a
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forum that largely hasn't adapted to it. It's RFC compliant, so it's
"okay" in that sense, but I think the Silent Majority continues to be
annoyed by it, particularly because anyone posting to Real Usenet
(i.e., not from Google Groups) ought to be able to turn that nonsense
off with no loss of content.
J.D., I have two Character Settings offered in my reader: US ASCII and
UTF-8. Should I be using one or the other? I think it's important (to me)
to have the right settings though I don't even pretend to have a clue.
But unless I ask, I won't ever know.

Anglo Saxon
J.D. Baldwin
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J.D., I have two Character Settings offered in my reader: US ASCII
and UTF-8. Should I be using one or the other? I think it's
important (to me) to have the right settings though I don't even
pretend to have a clue. But unless I ask, I won't ever know.
I would suggest ASCII. It's seven-bit, and therefore more universal.
I'm not saying that people posting in UTF-8 are "wrong," or at least
not egregiously so. I'm also not saying this is some kind of
important issue. Myself, I just quietly tolerate the UTF-8 coding
though it makes the post a little more difficult to read. If I want
to post a response and quote some of it, I have to take a minute to
Emacs-macro away the UTF-8 encoding. I jumped in only because it was
already being discussed.

It comes down to this: people using traditional, text-based
newsreaders see messed-up text when you post in UTF-8. People using
"modern" GUI or browser-based newsreaders see ASCII stuff just fine.
UTF-8 breaks a lot of stuff where ASCII plays nice. The obvious
response is, "Well, why don't those dinosaurs just upgrade?" ... but
GUI newsreaders are a serious downgrade in functionality, and Google
Groups is a downgrade compared to *anything* (including smoke signals
and cuneiform hacked into clay tablets).

The only real plus you get from UTF-8 is an extended character set
where the " and ' marks are curvy instead of straight. Wooo-ooo-
ooo-oooh! If you're posting in a non-English newsgroup where they
use a non-Latin character set, it's quite a different story. But
this isn't one of those groups.
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_|70|___:)=}- J.D. Baldwin |quite prepared not only to retract it, but also
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2017-11-25 07:36:38 UTC
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J.D., I have two Character Settings offered in my reader: US ASCII
and UTF-8. Should I be using one or the other? I think it's
important (to me) to have the right settings though I don't even
pretend to have a clue. But unless I ask, I won't ever know.
I would suggest ASCII. It's seven-bit, and therefore more universal.
I'm not saying that people posting in UTF-8 are "wrong," or at least
not egregiously so. I'm also not saying this is some kind of
important issue. Myself, I just quietly tolerate the UTF-8 coding
though it makes the post a little more difficult to read. If I want
to post a response and quote some of it, I have to take a minute to
Emacs-macro away the UTF-8 encoding. I jumped in only because it was
already being discussed.
It comes down to this: people using traditional, text-based
newsreaders see messed-up text when you post in UTF-8. People using
"modern" GUI or browser-based newsreaders see ASCII stuff just fine.
UTF-8 breaks a lot of stuff where ASCII plays nice. The obvious
response is, "Well, why don't those dinosaurs just upgrade?" ... but
GUI newsreaders are a serious downgrade in functionality, and Google
Groups is a downgrade compared to *anything* (including smoke signals
and cuneiform hacked into clay tablets).
The only real plus you get from UTF-8 is an extended character set
where the " and ' marks are curvy instead of straight. Wooo-ooo-
ooo-oooh! If you're posting in a non-English newsgroup where they
use a non-Latin character set, it's quite a different story. But
this isn't one of those groups.
Thanks for the reply. I left your post intact in the event someone is
poking around and they could use the info as well.
Who knows? Someday Usenet might be all the world has....
Anglo
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Thanks for the reply. I left your post intact in the event someone is
poking around and they could use the info as well.
Who knows? Someday Usenet might be all the world has....
I will add that if you're typing your own text using only characters that
appear on a regular US keyboard - i.e. not quoting upthread posts,
copy-n-pasting, or using keyboard tricks to create "special" characters -
it makes no difference to anyone else if your newsreader is set to UTF-8,
because all you're giving it is 7-bit ASCII anyway, and in UTF-8, 7-bit
ASCII is "encoded" as 7-bit ASCII. Setting it to UTF-8 may make other
people's posts read more cleanly.

David Carson
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Steve Hayes
2017-11-18 02:12:05 UTC
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The posts you've been reposting were perfectly readable to begin with.
No they weren''t.
Post by A Friend
I wonder what your problem with them might be. I'm looking at the
original and your repost side by side. Is word wrap not working on
your end?
Wordwrap doesn't work on stuff coming from Googlegroups. Google
introduced that about 3 years ago and haven't fixed it. If I want to
read the post the easiesd way to do so is to repost it, which I will
do until Google fix their brioken editor.
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Wordwrap doesn't work on stuff coming from Googlegroups. Google
introduced that about 3 years ago and haven't fixed it. If I want to
read the post the easiesd way to do so is to
set your newsreader to a suitable width.
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/charles-manson-grave-condition-california-hospital-article-1.3635813
Charles Manson in grave condition at California hospital: report
BY Nancy Dillon, Ginger Adams Otis ?
He has now died.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/nov/20/charles-manson-dead-
cult-leader-sharon-tate
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