Aha! Magic Fern! I don't know if I knew your name back 'in the day' (a.k.a., the '60s) but I was at the so-called "Fern House" (on Queen Anne Hill) more than once. The most memorable time I had there was at a party (I think it was Christmas -- might have been Thanksgiving, but pretty sure it was xmas), and someone had rented a 16mm projector and a copy of Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" film and we smoked and ingested things and drank hot spiced red wine and watched 'Alice' at least twice. I was the one with the long hair - ha ha! We likely still have some mutual friends and acquaintances from those times. I was on the 'Ave' a lot, being a hippie or whatever we were, and I knew (or was acquainted with) a few people from several local bands including the Daily Flash, PH Phactor, West Coast Natural Gas, and others that don't come to mind so easily any more. You might remember my car -- a '57 Ford 2-tone (cream-color over sort of a tan color) that provided transportation for many of my hippie comrades or anyone that gave me some gas money. I'll bet we could come up with a bunch of names of people we both knew from back then (but let's not do that online).
I just noticed on your profile you're from Seattle, as am I. Now that I think of it, I think I may have seen your name come up in relation to 9/11 truth somewhere along the way. If you attended Jim Fetzer's presentation in Seattle in June, 2012 (the one that got the death threat just before the Vancouver 9/11 hearings), I was the one fussing with the cameras. I also shot video of David Ray Griffin at Town Hall (which turned into the DVD "Why Do Bill Moyers and Robert Parry Accept Miracles?"), Susan Lindauer at a church in Ballard and Barbara Honegger at Town Hall, from which I made the DVD "Behind the Smoke Curtain".
Anyway, the more I think about it, the more familiar your name sounds. I am a Seattle native and I remember someone with your last name at the elementary school I went to back in the '50s, so if you are about my age (I'll be 68 this year) and went to F.A. McDonald elementary school then, well, it's a long-shot, but we may have met a long time ago! Or maybe just recently (short term memory tortures me at times).
Do NOT send an email to that "jeanfrancois..." email address! The user "Jean Francois" left the same message for me and it translates to be an obvious email address phishing scam. Judging by your reply, I think you probably realized it's a scam, but just in case, here's the translation (I used an online translator, because my French is worse than yours -- I didn't have any French lessons!) -- so here's the translation:
"Good day, How iseverything with you,I pickedinterest onyouafter going throughyour shortprofile anddeemed itnecessarytowriteimmediately.I have somethingvery importantto reveal to you, but Ifind it difficultto express my lovehere,because it is apublicsite.Couldyou pleaseget back to me.My e-mailaddress (firstname.lastname@example.org)for details.Good day. thanks MJeanFrancois."
As you can see, not only does "Jean Francois" have a secret message of "love" for both of us (the no-good two-timer!) and hundreds of others on the internet that he/she/it won't share with you until he/she/it gets your email address, but also, the other dead giveaway is it wants you to reveal your email address by sending an email to them. Once they get your email, you get spammed to death.
An internet search of the email address they used shows that whoever they are, they're pulling the same scam on may other venues. I have reported this issue to the moderators of this site using the "Report and Issue" link at the bottom of these pages. It might be good if you report that comment also (if you haven't already), just to get "Jean Francois" tossed out sooner before they offend more users of this site.
Other than that, let me just say, nice to meet you (sort of), and keep on that path to the truth!