This pages uses frames. Your browser
doesn't support them.
But if that's the case, then you probably see this message displayed
very very frequently.
Have you considered getting an upgrade for your browser? Both Netscape
and Internet Explorer have free downloadable versions
available for poor saps like you that just can't see some of the finer sights
(or sites for that matter,) on the internet. Like anything with frames.
If your computer itself is too old to run any of the newer versions of
these freely available browsers, there is also a large selection of older
versions for most major browsers available on their respective websites.
If you can't run any of the older versions, then
what the hell are you doing here? If you're on a palm or cell-phone and
you somehow stumbled onto this site - invest in a computer. No one in their
righteous SANITY would possibly use a 6-inch tall device to browse the
internet. If your computer outdates the Reagan era - go away. We don't want
you. They're not called "calculators," anymore, they're called "desktop
personal computers." Go buy one, then come back.
If you're still reading this far, and you STILL don't have frames, then
you're fascinated with my sparkling wit, or you've already been to the other
27 websites on the planet that support browsers without frames. Either way: No
one loves you. Go away.
If, by some completely bizarre chance, you
happened to wind up on this page with a browser that SUPPORTS frames,
then something is very seriously wrong. You should get up and start
running now, lest you be caught in the explosion that is likely to ensue from
your having somehow uncannily mangled your browsers ability to display frames.
Otherwise - our bad - it's our fault and we'll fix it as soon as possible.