SOL feeding frenzy?

From: Doug Yowza <>
Date: Tue Dec 15 20:09:52 1998

On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, John Foust wrote:

> If someone paid $6,000 for something, and someone else paid $100,
> which person is more likely to preserve the something?

Unfortunately, there's little correlation. I routinely spent that or more
on stock certificates, but that doesn't mean I hold them very long.

> If someone really wants to preserve a system, would it be so hard
> as to hand-pick someone to get it? Let's say you had an old Terak.
> You do a simple web search and see this nice guy in Wisconsin with
> a Terak museum web page, and you decide to give it to him instead
> of selling it on eBay for $10,000. Problem solved.

I agree. You were the second person I thought of when I found some Terak
bits a while back. (I was the first person I thought of.)

BTW, have you seen my Sol museum?

-- Doug
Received on Tue Dec 15 1998 - 20:09:52 GMT

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