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we need to keep stuff like this alive so that people can understand where things come from.
Wow you did a pretty good job restoring this phone. I never used that kind of phone much, so using one would take me a while to get used to, but I did often see them as kid since my grandmother had one and there were still some at some places in the 90's.Quote from: CKH4 on June 12, 2015, 02:25:55 pmwe need to keep stuff like this alive so that people can understand where things come from.Well said. This is why I hate the digital gaming era and games that are online-only. Once the company that makes the game decide to shut down the server, the game files are now useless and most of the game history is deleted. Digital game purchases aren't as bad since you only lose them if the service shuts down, but at least with physical copies you can still grab the CD years later and play.
Looks awesome , can't wait to see if it works
Nice. Hopefully your post people get off strike.
The snobs of the mailmen are wanting more eh?
Quote from: CKH4 on June 19, 2015, 10:49:02 pmThe snobs of the mailmen are wanting more eh?Exactly. But I might not blame them to hard. Amazon even lets them drive twice a day to get their packets delivered. If the mailman forgot any Amazon package he needs to drive another round and deliver it.
All of our wireless phones were dead today so I had to use an old rotary phone we had laying around in our basement
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