32691RE: Re: [midatlanticretro] Introduction/Small wanted list
- Oct 7, 2013---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <email@example.com> wrote:
Alright I'll keep that in mind ;)>Sadly that particular one is on the other side of the world now. I
>don't know if MARCH has one yet. Lacking that, it's a bit of a hike,
>but you're welcome to come ogle mine.
>Dan Roganti and I were at the very end of the sequence to crack the
>login password, when the +12V power supply crapped out. I have the
>schematics; it's on my "to-fix" list. I'll have it running sometime
>before too long.
I wish you luck with fixing it! If you need any help or a second pair of eyes I'd be more then glad to help if I have the time to!
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <email@example.com> wrote:>We don't.
Sure you'll acquire one eventually :)
>We * do * have a System /38, System /3, and a couple of smaller/newer
>/36s. I'm not sure exactly which models.
>Young Connor, you are in for a shock if you think our museum is all
>small stuff. :)
Heh I didn't think all you had were small computers.
In the FAQ you made it pretty clear you specialize in older and bigger machines not some silly old pentium IIIs. I can't wait to come see them all! I just hope I can take a close look at them and see how they worked instead of being 10 feet behind a rope so all I can see is the metal outer shell (although just getting to see them in person is an honor all in itself, so I should probably keep my hopes down heh).
>PS, re: all of the pizza comments -- our new favorite place happens to
>be called "Luke's" -- true story. Not only is their pizza much better
>than the greasy food at the place where we used to order, but, the force
>is with them!
Does that mean they have gluten free too?
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