Error 404: Page not profound. 

Hey, I got a day job and a life, and we've just transferred The NFP Files Web site from Geocities (yecch) to here. So, some of our pages have gotten lost. Gimme a break. You could help by dropping us a line at the contact page.

Don't like that explanation? OK, then, maybe
one of the following has transpired:
  • Aliens have kidnapped the page you wanted.
  • The Catholic Church has conspired to withhold the truth
  • The CIA has fed it to George Bush's dog
  • You mistyped the URL
  • The webmaster gooffed

Please try the following:

  • Click the refresh.gif (82 bytes)Refresh button. Click it repeatedly, hitting the button harder each time. Computers understand that. Better yet, begin drinking Duvel. After your third Duvel, SOMETHING will appear. As Homer Simpson once said, no function beer well without.
  • If you typed the page address in the Address bar, make sure that it is spelled correctly. If you are an AOL user, make sure you did not accidentally type your street address in the bar.
  • To check your connection settings, click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options. On the Connections tab, click Settings. However, since you're running Windows, there's absolutely no chance that you'll resolve anything. Too bad you can't buy a non-Windows computer.
  • If your Network Administrator has enabled it, Microsoft Windows can examine your network and automatically discover network connection settings. If you actually have a Network Administrator who has enabled it, please raise your hand. Yeah, that's what we thought.
    If you would like Windows to try and discover them,
    click Detect Settings Detect Network Settings . This will do absolutely nothing and will resolve no problems whatsoever. 
  • Whatever you do, don't try a different browser. That would make Bill Gates mad. 
  • Some sites require 128-bit stupidity. In the case of Something Awful, a patch will be shortly available which makes 256-bit stupidity possible.
  • If you are trying to reach a secure site, make sure your Security settings can support it. Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options. Change whatever you want; people will find a way to steal your credit card number regardless.
  • Click the Back button to try another link. Yes, let's go with that: try another link. One that actually exists, for instance. 
  • Call Jim Van Damme at 315-339-2143 and ask him where the heck the page went to.

Page is lost somewhere
Internet Exploder

What, you never saw a 404 page with a counter before??