Are these really worth keeping?

From: Uncle Roger <>
Date: Thu Sep 25 20:07:02 1997

At 02:38 PM 9/24/97 -0400, you wrote:
>I agree. It's also interesting to read between the lines of this thread
>and note that some people would definately be the type to do "concours"
>restorations. (Personally, I draw the line at worrying about the color of
>the ribbon cables.)

What does that mean for those of us that show up at British car meets and
park next to the pristine Rollses, jags, bentleys, and so on, in mud-covered
Land Rovers? 8^)

Personally, I like computers in as new condition as possible, but I'm not
fanatically about it, and Upgrades/expansions don't matter much to me. I
actually like used machines because they have a history behind them.
Someone used them, and maybe they added a bigger hard disk or a better video

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Roger Louis Sinasohn & Associates
San Francisco, California
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