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Posted on 02/18/2002 9:32:13 AM PST by FresnoDAEdited on 09/03/2002 4:49:59 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Where is Danielle van Dam?
Feb. 18 issue
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Well, he sure looked like he was just fine when he arrived home last night and talked to reporters.
Re: the involvement of Mark Klaas, father of Polly Klaas, the girl who was kidnapped from her bedroom back in 1993 and later murdered, it is interesting (and unsettling) to note that his father Joe Klaas once wrote the introduction to a book on satanic ritual abuse:
... Joe Klaas, famous in the 12 step movement, wrote the introduction to that book ( Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse by Daniel Ryder), and initially blamed the kidnap of Polly on retaliation against him for having written that introduction. Source: San Francisco Chronicle November 1993.]
An article by Daniel Ryder on the subject of satanic ritual abuse can be found at www.du.edu/~craschke/text2.edu.
Of course, we all know that there are no such things as satanic cults (scroll down) and that satanists might dress funny, listen to bad music, and maybe in extreme cases ritually sacrifice small animals, but they never actually kill people
Sounds more to me like he did the desert search just to please the media (just like you said, OJ looking for the "real killer"). OK, we all react differently to tragedy and stress, but most men I know would have come back obviously agitated and upset, crying even, that she still hasn't been found. Wishing "this whole thing was just over with" - again (reaction statement), but over with? I hope he means, "I hope we find Danielle soon", and not "this is such a waste of time - why don't you all get out of my front yard?"
As you said, I would hope he meant that he wished they would find Danielle but it sure didn't sound that way.
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Lines: 66 X-Admin: email@example.com From: firstname.lastname@example.orgSPAMBLOC (Maggie) Newsgroups: alt.true-crime Date: 04 Feb 2002 06:22:45 GMT Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com Subject: 7yo Missing From Home Message-ID: <email@example.com> From the San Diego Union-Tribune: 7-year-old was last seen at home in Sabre Springs By Brian Hazle A 7-year-old Sabre Springs girl disappeared yesterday and police are unsure whether she wandered off or was abducted. Brenda and Damon van Dam told police their daughter, Danielle, went to bed about 10:30 p.m. Friday, and they discovered she was missing about 9 a.m. yesterday. The family lives on Mountain Pass Road in the Sabre Springs neighborhood of San Diego near the Poway city limits. Police said they found no sign anyone broke into the home, but did find both a garage door and side gate leading to the back yard open. Frantic neighbors spent much of the day searching a nearby canyon and posting fliers with Danielle's picture throughout the neighborhood, but found no sign of the girl. Police used helicopters and dogs to search the area just north of Scripps Poway Parkway and Springbrook Drive, but turned up no clues, police spokesman David Cohen said. Police are treating the area as a crime scene, and the search continued last night. The van Dams and their two other children said they did not hear any unusual noises during the night. "We will be here presumably until we can do no more good," Cohen said. "She's missing and we have no good reason for why she's missing." Danielle was last seen wearing blue pajamas with flowers on them. She is white, about 4-feet, 8-inches tall and weighs roughly 58 pounds, police said. She has blond hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000. The parents told police that on Friday night, Damon van Dam put Danielle and her two brothers to bed about 10:30 p.m. The boys, 5 and 9 years old, sleep in a separate bedroom, said Liz Brady , a close family friend. Brenda van Dam left the home about 9 p.m. Friday to go out with friends, while her husband stayed home with the children. She told police that she returned about 2 a.m. and ate pizza with the friends and her husband until 3 a.m. Before they went to bed, they noticed red lights blinking on a burglar alarm panel, and discovered a sliding glass door at the back of the house and a side garage door were open. The alarm did not sound, and the couple closed the doors and went to bed. They did not check on the children before they retired, Cohen said. They discovered the girl was missing when a neighborhood friend of Danielle's came to the home to play with her about 9 a.m. Her parents said Danielle was still sleeping and went to wake her up, but she was gone. Residents of the area said the neighborhood of newer two-story tract homes is normally quiet and has little crime. "You think you live in a safe neighborhood and you wake up one day and your daughter is gone," Brenda van Dam said through tears. "I just want her back in my arms." Maggie "The probability of a person being right increases in direct proportion to the intensity with which others are trying to prove him wrong." --Bob Augdahl ============================================================ From: Damon van Dam Subject: Any Speaker experts out there? Date: 1998/06/30 Message-ID: <35991432.33CE@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: rec.audio.tech,rec.audio.opinion I'm building some surround speakers for placement in the ceiling. The driver specs show improved bass response as the sealed enclosure get's larger. (But they are only 3" full ranges.) I'm thinking of using an infinite baffle (i.e. the ceiling space). Will this give the best bass response? Or do I build an enclosure and hide it in the ceiling? Also, I'm using offset bass tweeter pairs in each box. Like a V with one bass/tweerer pair on one side and one bass/tweeter pair on the other. The V will not hand down from the ceiling but instead point the speakers at the back wall at an angle to each other; then the speakers will also be angled downward. Sitting in the seat, facing the front of the room, leaning back and looking up at the celing from the listening position: --------------------------------------------back wall /\ /\ / \ / \ /O O\ /O O\ O = woofer /o /\ o\ /o /\ o\ o = tweeter /__/ \__\ /__/ \__\ (I'm planning to make the angle of each V about 120 to 135deg instead of the 75 depicted here. i.e. flatten out the V) At what separation angle will adding a bipolar/dipolar switch make a difference in the sound? Will this arrangement sound like crap? Also the listening position is nearly on the back wall - and the back wall will be nearly completly made of funky shutters instead of drywall (No, the position and room factors cannot be changed:-) Please email as I'd like to talk to anyone with speaker building experience... thanks, Damon =========================================================== From: Damon van Dam Subject: baby stuff forsale Date: 1998/05/12 Message-ID: <355870A8.51FE@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: sdnet.forsale Child Craft oak crib with mattress. Very good condition. This crib will last forever. Children cannot damage it. $180 Graco portable playpen, the pink, purple, green one. Folds-up into it's own carry case. $50 RhodeGear bike rack with snap on kid seat. Has safety belt and bar. I have the mounting hardware. one crack on a stirrup. $30 A very similar model can be seen at http://www.rhodegear.com/rg5b.htm It's the same except the seat is blue, cushion is multi colored balloons, and grab bar is yellow. The rack is black. Damon 651-3242 -or- call Brenda at 513-4262 We're near Poway ========================================================= From: Damon van Dam Subject: FS:crib, playpen, kid bike seat Date: 1998/05/05 Message-ID: <354F3752.A26@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: sdnet.forsale Child Craft oak crib with mattress. Very good condition. This crib will last forever. Children cannot damage it. $200 Graco portable playpen, the pink, purple, green one. Folds-up into it's own carry case. $50 RoadGear bike rack with snap on kid seat. Has safety belt and bar. I have the mounting hardware. one crack on a stirrup. $30 Damon 651-3242 or 513-4262 ===================================================== =========================================================== From: Damon van Dam Subject: FS: Chevy Small Block Date: 1998/03/24 Message-ID: <3517D913.619B@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: sdnet.forsale Late '67 327 block, 2 bolt mains, overboard to ??. Forged crank. Finned aluminum oil pan. Balanced rods that still need a polish put on them. .01 under rod bearings. Used valve springs and rings. Box of brackets, pulleys, water pump, master cylinder. All is left over from a Corvette project. All for $150 or best offer by April 3rd. Interesting trades considered... (no I won't deliver it :-) Damon 651-3242 or 547-4899 ========================================================= From: Damon van Dam Subject: FS:Child Craft oak crib Date: 1998/03/23 Message-ID: <35169151.1ED@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: sdnet.forsale Child Craft oak crib with mattress. Very good to excellent condition. Paid $350, sell $225. This crib will last forever. Damon 651-3242 or 547-4899 ========================================================= From: Damon van Dam Subject: Sachse House FOR SALE Date: 1997/12/01 Message-ID: <34833654.5F51@qualcomm.com>#1/1 Organization: Qualcomm Inc. Newsgroups: dfw.forsale Country Living 2209 Sandi Lane, Sachse (Longmeadows) 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage. $103,000 (if you see it here) Country Living only 5 minutes from I-190 (George Bush Freeway) and 10 minutes from Central Expressway. This single story home is located on a quiet street and backs up to a farm field. Great neighborhood with lots of kids and friendly neighbors. The kids can play safely and you can relax and watch the cotton blossom through the large back windows. It even has a white picket fence. - 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. One story, 1659 sq. ft. Open floor plan. - Only 5 years "new" with 7.5% Assumable FHA mortgage. - All window treatments including cellular shades and custom valences. - Ceiling fans in all rooms. - Tiled entry and large brick fireplace (gas). - Built in microwave - Refrigerator can be included. - Shower and large marble tub in master bath. Tub is wired for Jacuzzi. - All 6 panel doors and custom ceiling moldings. - Walk in closets in all rooms - spacious. - Extra storage shelves (and window) in laundry room - Rear entry garage w/back door, front window, work area & 220outlet. - Gas water and heat. - Large back patio has pre wired outdoor speakers. - Picket fenced back yard is great for the kids to play in. - Sycamore, Crabapple, and Shumard Oak trees. - 10 year warranty included. - Wiley School District is one of the best in the state! Call owners: Damon or Brenda van Dam (619)547-4899 Do not call the realtor... ====================================================== From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon van Dam) Subject: moving sale this fri and sat Date: 1996/10/02 Message-ID: <email@example.com>#1/1 organization: Bell-Northern Research Ltd. newsgroups: dfw.forsale Moving sale. This will all be yard sale on Fri and Sat (4 & 5th) morning at 8AM at 2209 Sandi Ln. in Sachse (mapsco 9A-M). There will be much more than whats listed here. Call me before then and beat the rush (ha) Damon or Brenda van Dam 972-530-9900. - Albums - Anyone remember what these are? (lots) $1 or $2 each. - Baby stuff - bath, stroller, toys (not many, no clothes) - Bedroom set - Queen Bed (mattress is 3yrs old, good condition), Chest, Dresser, 2 nightstands, 3 mirrors, 2 lamps Old. $200 (matching linens, pillows, and curtains add $75) - Bike - Bridgstone Mile 112, new condition with travel bag $200 - Bookcase - about 7' tall. $20 - Books - Lots, eng. text, computer, fiction, mamuals - Cassetts - mostly rock and drawer style holders - $2 each - Computer - 386sx20 9Meg memory, 1.2, 1.4, 68, and 20M drives, Zenith 1492 Flat VGA monitor, Panasonic KX-P1180 9 pin printer. Lots of software loaded, windows many games, utilities, (mouse & joystick) etc. $350 - Chair - Really nice but imperfect (goes good with desk) $10 - Desk - El cheapo. Fits computer well buy looks like crap. $10 (Carpet saver, chair, and desk free with computer) - Fish tank - 65 gal. Oceanic with stand, new Fulval filter, pump gravel, rocks, chemicals and my pet Africans. $350 - Plant - 9' tall Corn Plant, indoor plant, very nice $100 - Plant - 5' tall Ficus plant, indoor, $50 - Robot - Tomy robot, plays cassettes, serves drinks, can be programmed to do specific things at an alarm time. $100 - Stereo - Yamaha RX-500U Reciever. $120 - Sony CDP-C70 5 disc carosel CD player. $100 - JVC KD-D4 Tape Deck. $75 - Yamaha P350 Turntable. (like anyone wants this) - $20 - Infinity 3000P Loudspeakers. Reconed 3 yrs ago. $300 - The whole thing. $500 - Table - and 4 chairs, wood pedastel, old. $30 - Toys - small stuff. - TV - LXI 20' color with remote, does cable, old but works well $50 - Video cassettes - Movies (not many) $3 each ========================================================= From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon van Dam) Newsgroups: dfw.forsale Subject: Childs bed forsale Date: 13 Dec 1994 16:08:31 -0600 Organization: Bell-Northern Research, Richardson, TX Lines: 16 Distribution: world Message-ID: <email@example.com> NNTP-Posting-Host: crchh8af.bnr.ca Little Tykes Blue Race Car Bed ------------------------------ (the small one) Fits a regular crib matteress. Less than 6 mo. old and in excellent condition as the child refused to sleep in it. (Got him a twin and he likes it - go figure) asking $90 Toys R Us @ $130 Baby Superstore @ $109 Call only Damon or Brenda 684-4189 or 530-9900 ======================================================= From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon van Dam) Newsgroups: rich.buysell,dfw.forsale,tx.forsale Subject: Computer and parts Date: 28 Oct 1994 16:40:35 -0500 Organization: Bell-Northern Research, Richardson, TX Lines: 61 Distribution: world Message-ID: <email@example.com> NNTP-Posting-Host: crchh8af.bnr.ca ***Any offer!*** Call Damon @ 684-4189 Computer: ========= 386SSX-16, 1MB, 65MB IDE hard drive, 1.44MB floppy VGA monitor, Zenith keyboard (indestructible),mouse DOS 5, Windows, (I'll add any games, etc. you want) (monitor needs to warm up 5 min before using) $300 (needs a com card) Monitors: ========= Samsung Amber Mono $20 Network Boards: =============== WD8003e Ethercards (2 of them) $70 ea Boards: ======= WD1006V-MM2 MFM H-F controller $15 Mini Micro 1.44MB 2 floppy controller $10 Everex RAM3000 Delux 16BIT 3MB MEM board (0K) $15 Use those old dips youve got sitting around for a RAMdisk! man & software included. US Robotics 2400B Modem $15 Hayes 1200B Modem (3 of them) any offer (free with a purchace - I insist) Motherboard: ============ 286-12 with 287 and 2MB DIP (holds 4MB) $25 Memory: ======= 1 Zenith 4MB SIMM $80 1 IBM 4 MB SIMM $80 Hard Drives: ============ Micropolis 5.25" Full height 34MB MFM $10 Lapine 3.5" 20MB MFM $10 Quantem 40MB 5.25" HH SCSI (MAC) $20 Other Stuff: ============ 9-25 serial adaptors $2 Mac System 7 disks - are these worth dirt? should I format the disks? 6' 9M to 25F serial cable $2 Dont Know if they work - Make an offer... =========================================== Archive 60e external 60Mb tape backup (with about 8 tapes) no software 486DX-33 0K, holds 16MB, no processor, FULL size board mono/EGA card (no DIP settings) ========================================================= Newsgroups: fl.forsale,biz.misc,alt.personals.misc From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon van Dam) Subject: Cassette Tapes Message-ID: <1992Jan3.email@example.com> Keywords: forsale Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-To: email@example.com (Damon van Dam) Organization: UF Digital Design Facility Date: Fri, 3 Jan 92 13:06:27 GMT Self-Help, Motivational, Comedy, Religious tape subscriptions for sale Also can be marketed. No investment, selling, or inventory required. For more info on "Sounds Good to Me, Inc." send legal SASE to: Damon van Dam 5308 S.W. 81 Terr. Gainesville, FL 32608 or call (904) 336-8866 after 5:30PM EST ------------------------------------------------------- | all of the above is mine and has nothing to do | | with Digital Design Facility or UF | | | | Damon | ------------------------------------------------------- ============================================================ From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon) Newsgroups: rec.autos Subject: Re: Anybody had these problems with Quad-4? Message-ID: <1990Dec20.email@example.com> Date: 20 Dec 90 15:53:02 GMT References: <1990Dec12.firstname.lastname@example.org> Sender: email@example.com Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damon) Organization: U of Florida Engineering Computing Services Lines: 18 In article <1990Dec12.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Timothy Chiu) writes: > >Yes, I know, I know, I should never have bought an American car. >I'm learning to regret the decision every day. Actually it's >not as bad as all that since I'm not driving it any more, but >my dad's stuck with my choice of a car. Live and learn. > Listen little man, as well as the rest of you Jap supporting SOBs, I'm really sick of reading about Nissans and all these other forien pieces of sh_t. How about one of you all American car enthusiasts/SYS-OPs start up a news group for those of us who could care less for rice burners (rec.autos.AMERICAN).I know there has got to be at least one person in this country that is not sending their money overseas, and loves real muscle cars. The opinions are mine...blah,blah If ya wanna flame me go for it, cause ya cant touch me in the quarter! Damon van Dam Engineer
Hildy, if the VD's are players, as described above, then they are either "wired" into the community, or they are naive. They do not strike me as the later. Most major league dealers know their safe zones, and if the VD's were picking up strays for their calistenics, as often as reported, then they would have shared their "stash" with potential informants. If they were not worried about such "problems" then maybe they were high enough up in the San Diego food chain, to not worry about, shall we say, legal entanglements!
Again, the "mid-priced" house you descibe is going to require in mortgage, and upkeep a minimum of $50,000 annually. The little "stay-home" Mom requires too much high octane entertainment to be a pay check to pay check coupon clipper!! IMHO!
It appears Brenda is the "adventurous" half of the couple.
I making no assessments, but the manner of his last comment about how he just wishes it were all over does strike one in print as the statement of a self-indulgent boomer used to instant gratification. Just want to end this nusiance, like an abortion would. But then again, that could be incredibly unfair, its easy to take someone's word and twist them to totally misrepresent what you meant.
To say the least, LOL!!
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