Re: ART: "For Trade" ...

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>Subj: Tribal Project needs 4MB simms: trade art for chips? (fwd)
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>Date: Sat, 11 Jun 94 20:00:33 -0400
>From: [email protected] (Michael G. Koopman)
>Subject: Tribal Project needs 4MB simms: trade art for chips? (fwd)
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>From: [email protected] (Turtle Heart)
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>Subject: Tribal Project needs 4MB simms: trade art for chips?
>Date: Fri, 10 Jun 94 05:28:46 GMT
>Organization: Aicap,Johannesburg, Ca.
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> American Indian Computer Art Project
> needs anywhere from (1) to (8)
> 4 MB 9-pin SIMMS memory chips.
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> Will trade fine original art
> for any chips. (we need at least (2)
> real bad.
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now that you read all through that jumble of headers etc
for a second time maybe you'll agree with me that it seems
to be getting out of hand.... 20 or 30 lines of junk
inorder to read 3 or 4 lines of text...... instead of
just forwarding this stuff as is, why not make the
effort to edit out the extraneous material first....

sheesh!
Larry

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