Does Anyone Have A

From: Glen Goodwin <>
Date: Tue Apr 9 23:50:56 2002

> From: Sellam Ismail <>

> On Tue, 9 Apr 2002, Jonathan Engdahl wrote:
> > Haus des Lehrers. They did, after all, have Pong. Later, I did find the
> > website, and laughed at myself when I
> > what the other Simon was.
> >
> > I've already received two emails from people that want this classic
> > computing treasure, even in pieces.
> Are you talking about the 1950s Simon "electronic brain"?
> Some people are silly and lazy. If they would do the research, they
> find that the Simon was a construction project. So it's not like you're
> going to find a mass produced, commercially sold variant. You're only
> likely, if you're incredibly lucky, to find some hobbyists rats nest of
> wires and relays.
> Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer

Sellam, why do you insist on labeling people with terms such as "silly" and

Have you considering taking the easy way and suggesting that they might be

Also, do you still want this Amstrad 3" drive or shall I repost it to the
list? It's been several months . . .

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