It's great to have these videos. Thanks for posting them.And I added a post about the Free Press no-show:London Free Press editor makes his excusesYou should read what Mark Steyn has to say about it -- I laugh so hard reading him!
You're most welcome!Thanks for the heads-up re. your blog post; I will read it now.Mark Steyn is great.
Thanks for putting the thrilling threesome on video ...'Don't know if it's just me, but I can't open these videos. :-('Any chance you could put them on YouTube? I'd love to see what Kathy, Mansur, and Ezra had to say.been around the block/batb
Gosh, I don't know what the problem might be.If you hover your mouse over the lower part of the video box, do you see the play arrow?Have you tried clicking the link below the video to see if it will play for you on the Vimeo site?It has taken many hours over a few days to get these videos up on Vimeo. We honestly don't have the time to do it again for YouTube, especially since we'd have to break the videos down into smaller chunks and spend even more hours rendering and uploading them. I'm sorry.
@batb:If the videos won't play in your browser, you can download them to your PC as Quicktime movies. Here's what to do.1) go to www.vimeo.com and create an account. It's free.2) go to www.vimeo.com/josephine and click on the title of one of her videos. You will see the 'page' for that video.3) near the bottom right hand side of the page, there will be a download link. Click on it, follow the instructions, and then go out for lunch.4) When you get back from lunch, the quicktime movie should be on your hard drive. If not, find the nearest liquor cabinet and sample its contents.5) You are now sufficiently sauced to enjoy the three-part video, "Hopefully Not The Last Waltz" with The Banned.Hope this helps, or works, or if not, that you'll be too wasted to worry.
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