Vax 785 and microcars

From: Ward Donald Griffiths III <>
Date: Fri May 22 22:07:19 1998

Tony Duell wrote:

> > [Hauls big VAXen in a Sprint?]
> > I'm young, I'm nuts, and all I had was the CPU board set.
> > I *DID* haul my PDP-11/44 in it though...
> If that's the car I think it is, I know somebody who managed to get a
> PERQ + monitor and bits into one...
> >
> > (Tower, this is Grasshopper, we are 5deg nose high, give us wings and we're
> > clear to go!)
> I don't drive, but I actually managed to convince my father to buy a
> Citroen BX (with that wonderful suspension system) as it's ideal for
> shifting computers about it. It'll stay level with a Sun 3/260, PDP11/44,
> PDP8/e, Zilog unix box, NS* horizon, Acorn System 4, manuals, printsets,
> spares, etc in it...

Yeah, but you Brits have got _weird_ concepts in transportation.
The Morris Minor for instance never should have been licensed as
an automobile -- a four-wheeled powered bicycle on its best day.
Ward Griffiths
They say that politics makes strange bedfellows.
Of course, the main reason they cuddle up is to screw somebody else.
				Michael Flynn, _Rogue Star_
Received on Fri May 22 1998 - 22:07:19 BST

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