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All right! Man, I've been looking for a cherry original  Mah Jong game and a
sweet 386 40Mhz unit for a long time now.  They don't make'em like that
anymore - those "corporate" new faster units don't have the soul of those
old slow 'puters.  Wanna trade?

Oh yeah- Can't wait to ride that first chair at MRG this year!! Yeah baby!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim & Shirley <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Friday, October 22, 1999 9:52 PM
Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Mansfield Snowdepth Graphs Updates


>Dana Dorsett wrote:
>
>> > SkiVt-L poll question: how many of our happy readers were "on the
>> > internet" five years ago (email doesn't count)?
>>
>> Eric Krupka <[log in to unmask]> responded:
>>
>> >Five years?  Bah.  I was on the net back when rec.skiing
>> >was worth reading.  I feel old just thinking about it.
>>
>
>Five years ago my computer experience was limited to playing Mah Jong on my
16
>mHz 386 with 40 meg hard drive and 4 megs of ram.  I didn't even know what
the
>internet was.  This is coming to you off a Dell Dimension XPS-T500 via a
DOCSIS
>compliant cable modem.  And I thought shaped ski technology developed
rapidly?
>Shazaam!!!!!   Jim
>
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