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Old 11-12-2013, 01:46 AM   #6161
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You can do anything with Printmaster, the internet and lots of time!
I still have the original Printmaster on a 5& A/quarter.
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:47 AM   #6162
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I still have the original Printmaster on a 5& A/quarter.
Was that using Windows 95 or before that? Got rid of my 5 1/4 in. "floppies" years ago. Now up to Printmaster 18 and that is several years old! My first computer was an Apple IIc. No real hard drive, used a floppy, and had a whopping 612k of memory! Windows hadn't been invented yet so we just used DOS. Thought I was the coolest guy in town with that computer! How far we have come in just a few years!
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Old 11-12-2013, 08:00 AM   #6163
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Pink stuff

I have found that the temp has to get really cold (20's) for really long to freeze the bottle of water left on the counter. I don't mean freeze it solid, just to get a bit of ice on the sides of the bottle. So I think you will be OK. Of course it is always better to be safe. And the temp just has to above 32 to prevent freezing.

Bacon deodorant is way over the top. Love bacon, but the body smelling of such is an awful thought. EEEW.
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Old 11-12-2013, 08:22 AM   #6164
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Well Muteys here it is hot off the tv so you know it's true! Letterman announced tonite in his monologue that there is a new deodorant available and guess what? It is BACON scented!
Finally....nirvana for all true mutants!
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Uh, wouldn't that mean every stray dog in town would follow you home. And what about our coyote problem? We saw another one Sat night Bacon scented deodorant might just be a very dangerous product
Hmm! That would be one way to train a dog to heel!
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My bad, posted bad info in last post so I will correct it as any good mutant should. Had 128k of memory, not the 612k I stated earlier. Had to look it up and found this info so I thought I would share.


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Old 11-12-2013, 08:25 AM   #6166
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I still have the original Printmaster on a 5& A/quarter.
I still have 5-1/4" discs also, like about 3 dozen. I still have two 5-1/4 disc drives in the closet. I use a disc drive portable case to mount it. I also have a portable 3-1/2" usb disk drive, and a lot of other gadgets.

Hmmm! I need to look at those discs and see if any information is worth keeping. It would free up a drawer space.
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I go back to the TRS-80 and the Commodore PET. Never played with the Apple II. The year was 1976-77 and i was working at a Radio Shack. The BASIC language was the method of input, and a line editor. Whatever was inputted to the computer had to be viewed right away, as any other inputs would be overwritten. The method to save it was on a tape the size of a cassette tape, and eventually the old 5-1/4" floppy. Ah, how we progress throughout time.
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I go back to the TRS-80 and the Commodore PET. Never played with the Apple II. The year was 1976-77 and i was working at a Radio Shack. The BASIC language was the method of input, and a line editor. Whatever was inputted to the computer had to be viewed right away, as any other inputs would be overwritten. The method to save it was on a tape the size of a cassette tape, and eventually the old 5-1/4" floppy. Ah, how we progress throughout time.
I started off with the Commodore 64 way back when. I actually got my first programming job because of it.
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I go back to the TRS-80 and the Commodore PET. Never played with the Apple II. The year was 1976-77 and i was working at a Radio Shack. The BASIC language was the method of input, and a line editor. Whatever was inputted to the computer had to be viewed right away, as any other inputs would be overwritten. The method to save it was on a tape the size of a cassette tape, and eventually the old 5-1/4" floppy. Ah, how we progress throughout time.
Hey Wayne!!!

I started out with a TRS 80 as well and another Texas instruments one as well those were the days of banging your head against the wall to be sure.

Cheers !!!
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Remember the first puter game...Pong? I sat in front of my Radio Shack green screen something or other for hours playing that stupid game and thought how cool I was!
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Remember the first puter game...Pong? I sat in front of my Radio Shack green screen something or other for hours playing that stupid game and thought how cool I was!
That's time I wish I back!
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Dugout pics for PTJEEP

Might be a sideways river, 'cuz I don't know how to rotate the pics. You'll just have to twist your neck or turn the screen...or tell me how to fix this silly problem! And now, for some reason or maybe NO reason, only 1 pic uploads at a time. Grrrr! Ah, the wonders of technology.
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Just a news flash to all you bacon loving mutants!!!!!
J&B foods in Seattle is selling Bacon scented underarm deodorant. I just heard about it on the radio.

Do we have any mutants in Seattle willing to check it out?
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