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  • and you know what, I met J.M. the last time I was at InfoAge. Didn't seem like a bad guy at all, in fact quite generous. Prone to buckle under pressure it seems, but don't we all sometimes. But when these little caustic e-mails get issued - read the response to the thread I started ("how far will you drive to pick up a vintage puter", I'm sure most of you remember it), all those...
    Chris M Apr 26, 2006
  • I'm not going to get into a pissing match with you. Suffice to say, I know the truth, and SO DO YOU. Let's leave it there. And I have a perfectly accurate record of the entire affair. Forward me the e-mail where I agreed to anything. YOU and EVAN made some agreements apparently. I simply made the comment for posterity, so someone else won't get short changed down the line. I'm not...
    Chris M Apr 26, 2006
  • do a google search for "Dave's old computers". There's instructions there. It's applicable depending on what connector your 8" drive uses. Mine use something different, so I've been working on it on and off for a couple of weeks. Regards. --- mmfrank2001 wrote: > There used to be a place that sold a 5.25 (1.2) > floppy to 8 inch > converter, I can't find it now, I know that a cable...
    Chris M Apr 26, 2006
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  • Yo Bill...wish I could help ya bub, but Evan saw fit to keep something that didnt belong to him, and J.Montenigro wimped out at the last minute, after he had pledged to reserve the Pro 350 Norm Canfield was holding for me (and its insinuated that Im a grabber (???)). So I dont know much about it LOL LOL. Oh well mon, life goes on. Youll figure it out before long. I have the utmost...
    Chris M Apr 23, 2006
  • and what was it you do for a living? Cant send a mail without a computer? Thats what youre implying. And ok sprint phones do have the ability to google search, but its a royal pita. Not unlike a couple of unmentionables in this group. --- midatlanticretro@^$1 wrote: > --- In midatlanticretro@^$2, Chris M wrote: > > dur, no I didnt think to look doofis-ass, particularly > > when I...
    Chris M Apr 21, 2006
  • ...Festival.html > > Hours are on their homepage. > > Geez, you didn't think to look for yourself? > > _____ > > From: Chris M [mailto:chrism3667@^$2] > Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 9:40 PM > To: midatlanticretro@^$3 > Subject: [midatlanticretro] need directions this year...
    Chris M Apr 21, 2006
  • ...and also what time the flea opens. Grassyarse __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com
    Chris M Apr 21, 2006
  • in olden times we used to use a spring clamp...can be had from Home Depot for about 2 bucks. Worked well as a case popper from what I remenber, if you really need one. --- midatlanticretro@^$1 wrote: > 10" is ideal but 6 or 8 will do, I usually grab it with pliers or vice grips if I'm short, (it also varies, a color classic takes a shorter one that a 128) also in theory you need a...
    Chris M Apr 15, 2006
  • ok, someone said T-15, and yes some torx screws arent that particular. Can you tell me how long it needs to be? --- midatlanticretro@^$1 wrote: > ...and then he turned the screwdriver around... > > The Sears Craftsman part numbers the correspond to the items I listed in my > earlier email are better known as a Craftsman T10 and T20. > > I took out a MAC SE and opened it with a T10...
    Chris M Apr 15, 2006
  • I dont have the Mac with me. Just trying to get odds and ends taken care of during off hours while house hunting. --- midatlanticretro@^$1 wrote: > Chris, > About three years ago I had the same issue. I took the MAC I was > working on to Sears and bought the torque screwdriver that fit by > trying it out in the store. They were very helpful. I still have > it. It's come in handy...
    Chris M Apr 15, 2006