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  • B. Degnan
    Mar 3, 2008
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      we're talking about entire racks of SUN servers and associated I/O units,
      or an RS 6000 rack with servers/storage weighing enough to equal $500
      *perhaps* in scap weight. Work your way down from there. This is a a
      by-the-pound sale, price = scrap value.

      At 05:27 AM 3/3/2008 +0000, you wrote:
      >--- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, Christian Liendo
      ><christian_liendo@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > I was checking out the SGI stuff.
      > >
      > > I used to repair those, and the indigo was on my eye.
      > >
      > > I would love to get my hands on an iris 1000
      >I'm leaning towards going (what is the schedule for this event?
      >Meeting there at 1pm? 10am? Midnight?), as I'm interested in some of
      >the items, but $500 per "box" seems kind of steep, especially when
      >you consider some of that stuff was going for $5 plus $50 shipping on
      >I guess the trick is to pick the lightest items.
      >Although it would be curious to see the scrapman justifying $200 for
      >a HP Kayak, which I know for a fact is a standard Pentium II-based
      >computer you can pick up at any garage sale for $10 (there are
      >several here, under my desk at work, currently serving as foot-
      >I'd like to go. I just need to get my ducks in a row regarding some
      >other people I promised my Saturday to, so in the interests of me
      >being everywhere all the time, what time is the get-together, so I
      >can either have breakfast with my other group, and/or meet back with
      >them later in the afternoon for my Volkswagen welding sessions.
      >Brian C.
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