Re: Remote storage

From: Michael (
Date: 04/15/05

Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 00:52:28 GMT

On Wed, 13 Apr 2005 21:49:25 +0000 (UTC), Martin
<> wrote:

>winged wrote:
> But I
>> can still locate Dos 1.0, Gem and a whole batch of old stuff that I'll
>> never need again. Anyone in the market for a working CP/M system?
>hahaha I've got one of them, trouble is it's on two 5 1/4" floppys. I
>should seriously have a clear out, I'll never use any of it :) I don't
>even have the drives to take it. Why do I still hold onto it?

Because when the mutant space aliens destroy civilization as we know
it, we will have to begin anew and then.... THEN... you will be
ADORED!! <vbg>

Seriously, I don't know either<g>

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