TI Professional Computer

From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_aracnet.com>
Date: Sat Jun 10 16:06:07 2000

Sellam Ismail wrote:
>On Sat, 10 Jun 2000, R. D. Davis wrote:
>> I still don't see what's wrong with thoroughly examining something
>> before purchasing it, whether it's used, or new. It makes perfect
>> sense to take a tool kit into a store where one is shopping for some
>> random piece of electrical or electronic equipment... might not be a
>> bad idea when shopping for a car either.
>R.D. Let's go shopping! Call me the next time you walk into a consumer
>electronics store or a new car lot, and please bring your toolbox and
>meter along. I'll bring a camera so I can snap shots of you being
>forcibly escorted out of the store.

Lets face it, he's got to be in a different reality than the rest of us! I
know of exactly one 'dealer' who this kind of behavior is acceptable with,
of course in his case, he's likely to be the one tearing the stuff open to
see what's in it.

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