>On Tue, 17 Aug 1999, ken ross wrote: > >> i've got a couple of spare cables ! >> all i'd want for it is postage = enough international reply coupons ( i >> think 5 per cable when i last sent one abroad -europe ) and your snail >> mail addy > >I've never heard of any "international reply coupons". I think that it is >easiest to send money ($1 or $5 bills) in an envelope. important --- not if you want to get anything back!! i'd have to change the notes up and loose a lot of the value in commision etc . international reply coupons - ask at any main p.o. ;-) > >> http://members.tripod.com/petlibrary/cables.htm =wrong http://members.tripod.com/~petlibrary/cable.html is correct ( i thought i'd used htm as end ) oops !! - picture me with pointy hat on in corner >Actually it's <URL:http://members.tripod.com/%7Epetlibrary/cable.html>. >Nice pictures. Where does the name "alligator board" come from? (off topic but pics created on mac - cheaply ;-> ) alrighty sk = seperate keyboard alligator ? when you're delving inside your 8000 that isn't an sk look at it from side and it looks like alligator - i was told this term by a chap who'd been dealing with cbm's since the old days - it was the only useful thing i every got from bushey bob - 6 months to return an SAE from the other side of london ?? - he no longer deals in computers . - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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