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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Fri, 07 January 2022 Old PC's Aug wrote to CP -- > My DVR must pre-date yours. Get an external. They are relatively cheap and up to date. I have three, one that I use most often, as well as the built in one. Joe ...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Fri, 07 January 2022 Old PC's CP wrote -- > Didn't use a microwave until I was in my early 20s, was spoiled by them before I hit 30! I got my first one when I was in my mid-30s. No bells or whistles. Just a kno...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Mon, 03 January 2022 Old jokes Daryl wrote -- > JM> I've read were old comics often had jokes on index cards on all sorts of topics. One, forget off hand who, had a million of them. (I want to say Milton Berle but...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Fri, 07 January 2022 Tech support (Was: Old PC') CP wrote -- > I have a freeware proggy called Chrome that works just fine, & if I need an alternative browser to test/rule out something, I have Firefox. I use Firefox and have since...
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From:  August Abolins (2:221/1.58)
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Date: Thu, 06 January 2022 Old PC's Hello Daryl Stout! ** On Thursday 06.01.22 - 02:09, Daryl Stout wrote to George Pope: DS> That's my extent of microwave communications. I can DS> write a batchfile for the BBS, but ...
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From:  August Abolins (2:221/1.58)
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Date: Mon, 03 January 2022 Old PC's Hello JOE MACKEY! ** On Monday 03.01.22 - 06:10, JOE MACKEY wrote to GEORGE POPE: JM> I recall wondering how in the world a little 3.5 could hold as much JM> information as a 5.25 th...
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From:  August Abolins (2:221/1.58)
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Date: Wed, 05 January 2022 Old PC's Hello George Pope! ** On Wednesday 05.01.22 - 17:16, George Pope wrote to Joe Mackey: GP> I grab torrents of full seasons & store them on DVDs GP> (several seasons of a show on one ...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Wed, 05 January 2022 Old PC's > CP wrote -- >> I loved that little thing! I had so much stuff stored on cassettes! > My first was a cassette drive as well. Took about 15 minutes to load > Text Pro to write a let...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Wed, 05 January 2022 Old PC's CP wrote -- > I loved that little thing! I had so much stuff stored on cassettes! My first was a cassette drive as well. Took about 15 minutes to load Text Pro to write a letter. Then ...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Wed, 05 January 2022 Old PC's Jug wrote -- > JM> than a 3.5? If this keeps up it will someday be how much information can be held on a grain of sand. :) > > https://www.techspot.com/news/73770-ibm-world-...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Tue, 04 January 2022 Old PC's (was: Old jokes) > George, >> Oh, I miss Win98 & SE. . . it never recovered after they left it. . . >> Vista must have been done on purpose just to be a poison pill. > I have a meme on the BBS...
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From:  Daryl Stout (1:2320/33)
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Date: Tue, 04 January 2022 Old PC's (was: Old jokes) George, GP> Oh, I miss Win98 & SE. . . it never recovered after they left it. . . GP> Vista must have been done on purpose just to be a poison pill. I have a meme on the BBS, show...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Mon, 03 January 2022 Old PC's (was: Old jokes) > CP wrote -- >> What's an old "commie"? Commode Odor? > Yea, a Commode C64. I had a Vic=20 I got in 1984 with my sod farm summer job paycheque. $50. I loved that little ...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
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Date: Mon, 03 January 2022 Old PC's (was: Old jokes) CP wrote -- > What's an old "commie"? Commode Odor? Yea, a Commode C64. I got my Commodore in 1986 and around 1988/89 my first modem, a 300 baud, after I found out about loc...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Sun, 02 January 2022 Old jokes (was: Christmas Carols for the Psychotically Challenged) > CP wrote -- >> Yup, I'm the sam,e -- get good jokes, puns, memes, &/or taglines & don't get > them off until asfter the event they're set to. > I used to write down jokes a...
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From:  Daryl Stout (1:2320/33)
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Date: Sun, 02 January 2022 Old jokes (was: Christmas Joe, JM> I've read were old comics often had jokes on index cards on all sorts JM> of topics. One, forget off hand who, had a million of them. (I want JM> to say Milton Berle but ...
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From:  Daryl Stout (1:2320/33)
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Date: Sat, 01 January 2022 Todays Classic Ad TODAY Version 3.7 06/24/94 Copyright 1986, 1994 By Patrick Kincaid Today is Saturday January 1, 2022. This is the 1st day of the year, there are 364 days left. On this day... ...
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From:  JOE MACKEY (1:135/392)
To: n/a
Date: Sat, 01 January 2022 Old jokes (was: Christmas Carols for the Psychotically Challenged) CP wrote -- > Yup, I'm the sam,e -- get good jokes, puns, memes, &/or taglines & don't get them off until asfter the event they're set to. I used to write down jokes and things ye...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Fri, 31 December 2021 Christmas Carols for the > Don't worry...I doubt you'll get a lump of coal for this type of theft; I got to get all the Bad List folk together, each with their own lump of coal & have a nice Boxing Day BBQ! ---...
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From:  George Pope (1:153/757)
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Date: Fri, 31 December 2021 Politically Correct 12 Days of Christmas > CP wrote -- >> > FOUR hours of recorded whale songs >> >> Easy: record 5 minutes, put it on loop for 4 hours > I knew a guy many years ago in another town I was livin...
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