Dear Aimoo members,

Thank you so much for all your support for Aimoo over the years.

The PM is opened now.

The transfer to new aimoo will take less time than estimated before by testing recently. So we decide to close the old Aimoo until we are prepared in everything, you can use old aimoo before it.


http://www.aimoo.com/newaimooapplication.cfm

The help forum has been transferred to new aimoo, it is below:

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The transfer will be executed one by one and we will close the PM funciton, the registeration function and the creating forum function in old aimoo.  

The forum data will be transferred is below:

1. the control panel settings including categories, icons, permission and so on.
2. the forum skin 
3. all topics and replies
4. all valid members
5. owner`s profile and PM ( it will be lost probably but not many)
6. forum balance

Except of above, all forum transferred will get free a month diamond.

The transfer will take many days and we plan to complete it in 27th and we will publish the other funtions step by step, they are friends, Album, Youtube video upload and so on, except that, we will publish a new chatroom in future.

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  • PBA PBA
  • Re:  Welcome 07/16/2018 15:37 PM


    Former US intelligence chiefs expressed astonishment and condemnation Monday in response to President Donald Trump's comments at Monday's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, with former CIA Director John Brennan calling the US President's performance "nothing short of treasonous."

    Following his one-on-one meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, Trump declined to endorse the US intelligence community's assessment that Russia interfered in the 2016 election over Putin's denial, saying the Russian President was "extremely strong and powerful" in his denial.

    "Donald Trump's press conference performance in Helsinki rises to & exceeds the threshold of 'high crimes & misdemeanors.' It was nothing short of treasonous," Brennan, a frequent critic of Trump who served as CIA chief from 2013 through January 2017, tweeted during the event. "Not only were Trump's comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin. Republican Patriots: Where are you???"

    Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Trump "failed America today," but stopped short of calling the President's behavior "treasonous."

    "This was not a golf outing. This was not a real estate transactional kind of arrangement. ... Engagement must be connected to a strategic interest, a strategic purpose. I don't know what that strategic purpose was. I am now convinced we didn't have one," Hagel said, later remarking that the meeting with Putin marked "a sad day for America" and "a sad day for the world."

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who served during the Obama administration, called the news conference "truly unbelievable."

    "On the world's stage, in front of the entire globe, the President of the United States essentially capitulated and seems intimidated by Vladimir Putin. So it was amazing and very, very disturbing," Clapper, a CNN national security analyst, told Anderson Cooper Monday afternoon.

    Former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden, who led the NSA during the final years of George W. Bush's presidency, also expressed dismay over the President's performance.

    In one tweet, Hayden expressed agreement with an analysis that Trump believes Putin more than American intelligence agencies. And when another user tweeted "holy f****n s**t" following the news conference, Hayden 

    "This was not a golf outing. This was not a real estate transactional kind of arrangement. ... Engagement must be connected to a strategic interest, a strategic purpose. I don't know what that strategic purpose was. I am now convinced we didn't have one," Hagel said, later remarking that the meeting with Putin marked "a sad day for America" and "a sad day for the world."

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who served during the Obama administration, called the news conference "truly unbelievable."

    "On the world's stage, in front of the entire globe, the President of the United States essentially capitulated and seems intimidated by Vladimir Putin. So it was amazing and very, very disturbing," Clapper, a CNN national security analyst, told Anderson Cooper Monday afternoon.

    Former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden, who led the NSA during the final years of George W. Bush's presidency, also expressed dismay over the President's performance.

    In one tweet, Hayden expressed agreement with an analysis that Trump believes Putin more than American intelligence agencies. And when another user tweeted "holy f****n s**t" following the news conference, Hayden 

    "This was not a golf outing. This was not a real estate transactional kind of arrangement. ... Engagement must be connected to a strategic interest, a strategic purpose. I don't know what that strategic purpose was. I am now convinced we didn't have one," Hagel said, later remarking that the meeting with Putin marked "a sad day for America" and "a sad day for the world."

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who served during the Obama administration, called the news conference "truly unbelievable."

    "On the world's stage, in front of the entire globe, the President of the United States essentially capitulated and seems intimidated by Vladimir Putin. So it was amazing and very, very disturbing," Clapper, a CNN national security analyst, told Anderson Cooper Monday afternoon.

    Former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden, who led the NSA during the final years of George W. Bush's presidency, also expressed dismay over the President's performance.

    In one tweet, Hayden expressed agreement with an analysis that Trump believes Putin more than American intelligence agencies. And when another user tweeted "holy f****n s**t" following the news conference, Hayden responded, "I agree".

    "I would not have said it the way John (Brennan) said it. John can say it the way he wants to say it. But as to impeachment, we'll see how this plays out. That's a congressional responsibility and the Congress must do what they think is in the best interest of this country," Hagel told CNN's Wolf Blitzer.

    The Obama-era defense secretary said that Trump didn't appear to have a strategy.

  • majorshrapnel majorsh
  • Re:  Trumphobia 07/16/2018 14:24 PM

     PB. you say you're a conservative but to be a conservative you have to be a republican. George 111 was a more committed republican than you.
  • majorshrapnel majorsh
  • Re:  Reply To PBA 07/16/2018 14:21 PM

    Reply to PBA (07/16/2018 17:48 PM)

    Trump and Putin's meeting turned into a dog and pony show. Trump's lips most be sore from all his ass kissing. Putin has Trump rapped around his baby finger and Trump made the American people look like fools on the world stage. Against the advise of both sides of the aisle Trump should have canceled the meeting but instead decided to show up unprepared and blow it. For him to say a day before that the EU was a foe of America before he even mentioned Russia being one raised a lot of eye brows around the world.

    You never told us you were in the meeting?
  • majorshrapnel majorsh
  • Re:  Reply To shula 07/16/2018 14:17 PM

    I've had a number of people, over the years, come to my house whilst I'm reading and say to me.... geezus, you read some pretty weird stuff and I thought, why the F are you on about but after listening to you two, I now know what they meant.
  • shula shula
  • Re:  York England 07/16/2018 12:25 PM

    The first novel starts with that exact thing, a synod held in Northumbria in 664.  
  • MarkUK MarkUK
  • Re:  York England 07/16/2018 12:19 PM

    Nigel Tranter has written many novels on Scottish history right back to St Columba in the 6th century who came over from Ireland; the early chapters are set in Ireland. In his novels set a couple of centuries later he describes the battle between Paganism and Christianity and later Romish Christianity v Columban which wasn't finally settled until the 11th century.


  • shula shula
  • Re:  Izaak Walton 07/16/2018 12:17 PM

    Mr. Pruitt can do whatever he wants with his carrots.  I should find out who Scott Pruitt is before I say anything.
  • shula shula
  • Re:  York England 07/16/2018 12:14 PM

    The time plates have shifted and I now find myself in Ireland in the year 664AD.  The author is Peter Tremayne and I've just discovered his Sister Fidelma series.  This author gives an approximate 3 1/2 page explanation of Ireland in the 7th century.  E.g., it was THE center of learning, women were equal to men in every respect including primogeniture, religious houses were cohabitable and the Law was Brehon.

    Christianity was not prevalent everywhere and there is an ongoing argument over the Roman rules and the Brehon rules (we know how that went).  Many parts of Ireland still follow the pagan ways but Christianity is slowly replacing them.  The teachings of Paul of Tarsus are making their way into the abbeys.

    Oddly, I feel very comfortable in this time period.

  • shula shula
  • Re:  York England 07/16/2018 12:03 PM

    Well said, Major.  I know very little of ships and boats but your Navy has been well known for centuries.
  • MarkUK MarkUK
  • Re:  Don't start another 07/16/2018 12:01 PM

    I've revived my Photobucket account and found the last images I placed there years ago, but when I click on the Insert Image From Photobucket icon here it just comes up as blank.


  • PBA PBA
  • Re:  Don't start another 07/16/2018 11:55 AM

    Was thinking of all the Island people today because it rained here. Not a gentle rain but more of a cloud burst.
  • PBA PBA
  • Re:  Trumphobia 07/16/2018 11:48 AM

    Trump and Putin's meeting turned into a dog and pony show. Trump's lips most be sore from all his ass kissing. Putin has Trump rapped around his baby finger and Trump made the American people look like fools on the world stage. Against the advise of both sides of the aisle Trump should have canceled the meeting but instead decided to show up unprepared and blow it. For him to say a day before that the EU was a foe of America before he even mentioned Russia being one raised a lot of eye brows around the world.
  • PBA PBA
  • Re:  Welcome 07/16/2018 11:15 AM

    He was a big sucker and not a youngster. I'm going to try and post one when he came out for a munch break. He probably weighs in at around 500lbs or more. Bears don't mind the smell of shite so unless you can run faster that the speed of sound he'll have you. I got the picture of him just sitting in his pool like he didn't have a care in the world. First rule with bears Major, don't run. It sounds easy to say but man's first instinct is to run.
  • majorshrapnel majorsh
  • Re:  Welcome 07/16/2018 01:13 AM

     I was going to ask you about the bear. If I came across that in the wild it wouldn't catch me, as it would be slipping on all the shit.
  • majorshrapnel majorsh
  • Re:  Trumphobia 07/16/2018 01:10 AM

    Your Fox news is so far left that you might as well be getting your news straight from North Korea.

    Hello hello, anyone at home?
  • PBA PBA
  • Re:  Trumphobia 07/15/2018 17:15 PM

     Our embassy in London has advised all Americans there to keep a "low profile" 

    They say the same to Yankees visiting the South. lol
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