Hi! Steve Judd wrote: > ... > And that brings me to my point: I'd like to see this thing go into the > hands of someone who will actually do something with it, instead of going > into someone's detestable "collection". I don't care who -- you, or > Richard, or Ruud are all great and worthy guys. So I'd be willing to chip > in some money to buy the thing; as in, I would be willing to send you $50 > to help buy it. I fully realize that promises of money are dangerous, and > there's some conceivable legal issues, but in my experience most cbm > hacker types are honest, and obviously if several people contributed some > $$$ it could make a big difference. Not going into debate with your opinion, I just second your above offer: whoever from this group (Richard, Ruud, you or anyone) is willing to buy the computer, I'm gonna help him with $50. (I guess $50 is not 'that' much money; would love to see the machine in some of your hands. But please decide soon -- the auction will end in two days). Best regards, Levente Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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