Looking for old equipment -- please help!

From: Christian Fandt <cfandt_at_netsync.net>
Date: Thu Nov 11 19:43:48 1999

Upon the date 08:35 AM 11/11/99 -0500, Mzthompson_at_aol.com said something like:
>At 03:15 AM 11/10/99 +0000, Mr. Diablo wrote:
>> After a short while, rent a warehouse because if you start seriously asking
>> for stuff it _will_ start arriving and you will be inundated!
>Never were truer words spoken by a wiser man ;-)
>My first mess of DEC equipment came from someone who called me. The next
>thing I know I am wondering where to store it all while I sort it out.
>The latest call was to see if I was interested in a mess of Intel boxes.
>Hard to say no, when who knows what goodies might be lurking inside the
>next machine you pull the cover off of. One thing early on is to
>convince your significant other that there is nothing abnormal about
>having multiple computers in multiple rooms of the house.

Indeed you're right Mike! I've got one bay of our garage just stuffed with
DEC iron (11/750, 11/34A, RK07s, etc, etc) that I need to clear out. The
rest of the house has bunches of old radios and computers.

Now the thing is, Beverly likes the old radios very much, questions me on
what I'm doing with all those computers in the house and simply gives me
dirty looks and ornery comments as to when I'm going to get rid of the
garage computers. However, she is quite justified in doing that as I stated
myself that I need to clear the garage out (so I can put the contents of
the storage cubicle (radio stuff) that I'm paying rent on into the garage).

Someday soon, I'll post the garage computers and some other stuff to the
list to get rid of.

Regards, Chris
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Christian Fandt, Electronic/Electrical Historian
Jamestown, NY USA cfandt_at_netsync.net
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Received on Thu Nov 11 1999 - 19:43:48 GMT

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