1. How can one see the rest of the verbage?

  2. What verbiage? If you want to see more of the citations, then click on the article or publication name. If they’re not live links, then more content isn’t available.

  3. Are you talking about the “Transmitter Hunting” book I linked above? If so, there’s no way to link directly to a specific page in a book in Amazon, but you can use the “Search inside this book” feature at Amazon to find the passage I excerpted here.

    If that doesn’t help, then can you send me a screenshot of what you’re seeing? Send it to editor@doubletongued.org. Also include what opening page are you talking about, specifically giving the URL.

  4. I mean on the opening page. 
    I wanted to finish reading the article on FLR9’s oe Elephant Cages but the article was cut of in mid sentence and nothing I tried would scroll or move the text up so it could be read. 
    Is there some magic entry? 
    Do I need t register or join or something? 

    thanks;  j.kuss

  5. Sorry for the comment because today it’s scrolling properly. 
    Go figure! 

    tks;  j.kuss

  6. SuzyQ says:

    On Clark Air Base in the Phillipines we had an Elephant Cage too—I always thought that was a term coined by the local people for it!

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