FW: FREE PDP-11/84's -- in Scotland!

From: Bruce Lane <kyrrin_at_jps.net>
Date: Wed May 6 19:18:39 1998

        Here's a twist. Anyone in or near Scotland care to take a stab at this

        Attachment follows.

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On Wed, 6 May 1998 22:34:19 +0100, in vmsnet.pdp-11 you wrote:

>>From: Ian A McDonald <iam_at_st-andrews.ac.uk>
>>Newsgroups: vmsnet.pdp-11
>>Subject: PDP-11/84's going free
>>Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 22:34:19 +0100
>>Organization: St. Andrews University
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>>St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland
>>2 off pdp-11/84 2mb
>>Processors fine,
>>disks dead,
>>free to anyone who cares enough to save them from the skip.
>>I know little about their internals, but we've been ordered to skip them.
>>I'm hoping for a good home for them.
>>Unfortunately, it's a buyer collect deal, but we're asking no money.
>>Oh, God is playing marbles,
>>With His Planets and his Stars, 1084 New Hall,
>>Creating havoc through my life, St Andrews,
>>With his influence on Mars ... Fife,

Bruce Lane, SysOp,
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