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Wednesday 26th April 2017

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Boby
Sunday 2nd February 2003
4:39 am U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

WANNA STUDY 'BOUT VIDEO........

http://ib.berkeley.edu/bioaape/resources.html

Boby
Sunday 2nd February 2003
4:26 am U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

http://www.electronicsrepair.net/scemes.html

NEED SOME MANUALS , LOTS FOR SALE...........

THIS COULD BE A HAND..........

Boby
Sunday 2nd February 2003
4:17 am U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

anyone would like a rotary head replacement..........i might be a help...........

Sean Meskill
Sunday 2nd February 2003
3:53 am U.K.

smeskill@attbi.comebackformore

Only a little more.

Olive Thomas
Sunday 2nd February 2003
3:40 am U.K.

olive_e_thomas@yah┐┐.n┐spam.c┐m

Wanna drool a little more?

http://home.hawaii.rr.com/hanan/david/OCT02/D62.jpg

Sean Meskill
Sunday 2nd February 2003
2:01 am U.K.

smeskill@attbi.comebackformore

"Drool" I say. There is a certain appeal of being there when something big goes down. Das Imperator has an Mp3 of the Hindenburg Disaster, if you're nice maybe he'll shoot a copy your way... How did you make out with the Rowe label?

Jesse Alonzo
Sunday 2nd February 2003
1:32 am U.K.

millenia-s@nixdorfcomputer.com

eeeeeee! It's a pro 8-amie that wants to be a betamiecam and a betamie! And look what it's sitting on... http://home.hawaii.rr.com/hanan/david/OCT02/D61.jpg

Jesse Alonzo
Sunday 2nd February 2003
1:22 am U.K.

millenia-s@nixdorfcomputer.com

I wish I was there for breaking news like this.... With my trusty Betamie :) and my Intern badge... ee hee heee!

Boby
Saturday 1st February 2003
11:07 pm U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

Ndasmu atos,dengkulmu koplak...........

Olive Thomas
Saturday 1st February 2003
10:57 pm U.K.

olive_e_thomas@yah┐┐.n┐spam.c┐m

I can still remember watching the first space shuttle landing (Crippen and Young) of the Columbia back in '81 in Science class in middle school and Being in Social Studies class in High School when they announced the Challenger explosion on the PA.

Madness
Saturday 1st February 2003
5:05 pm U.K.

madness@damnthespam.bs

I'm in the EST zone. Caught it a few hours ago on the news. God all mighty! Looked like a comet streaking towards Earth! BTW: There's a live video on http://www.msnbc.com for those who wanna see it again.

Jesse Alonzo
Saturday 1st February 2003
4:57 pm U.K.

millenia-s@nixdorfcomputer.com

ooooooo! you're posting OFF-toppppiccc!! LOL! Well I was going to say, won't they just look at the tape when the u-mies finally crash to earth? :) Punch a hole straight through to China, though. LOL! Just hose them off and put them back in another shuttle. :)

franny_wentzel
Saturday 1st February 2003
4:53 pm U.K.

franny_wentzel@yahoo.spamjam.co.uk

NASA STATEMENT ON LOSS OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH COLUMBIA A Space Shuttle contingency has been declared in Mission Control, Houston, as a result of the loss of communication with the Space Shuttle Columbia at approximately 9 a.m. EST Saturday as it descended toward a landing at the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. It was scheduled to touchdown at 9:16 a.m. EST. Communication and tracking of the shuttle was lost at 9 a.m. EST at an altitude of about 203,000 feet in the area above north central Texas. At the time communications were lost. The shuttle was traveling approximately 12,500 miles per hour (Mach 18). No communication and tracking information were received in Mission Control after that time. Search and rescue teams in the Dallas-Fort Worth and in portions of East Texas have been alerted. Any debris that is located in the area that may be related to the Space Shuttle contingency should be avoided and may be hazardous as a result of toxic propellants used aboard the shuttle. The location of any possible debris should immediately be reported to local authorities. Flight controllers in Mission Control have secured all information, notes and data pertinent to today's entry and landing by Space Shuttle Columbia and continue to methodically proceed through contingency plans. News media covering the Space Shuttle should stay tuned to NASA Television, which is broadcast on AMC-2, transponder 9C, C-Band, located at 85 degrees West longitude. The frequency is 3880.0 MHz. Polarization is vertical and audio is monaural at 6.8 MHz. Reporters can also go to any NASA center newsroom to monitor the situation. New information, including the times and locations of press briefings, will be posted to this page.

Jesse Alonzo
Saturday 1st February 2003
4:26 pm U.K.

millenia-s@nixdorfcomputer.com

Dammit you got to it before I did! Oh well, get your Betas taping!!!!!!!!!!!!!

franny_wentzel
Saturday 1st February 2003
4:22 pm U.K.

franny_wentzel@yahoo.spamjam.co.uk

Everyone! It just came over the news that the Space Shuttle just broke up on re-entry!

Boby
Saturday 1st February 2003
3:04 pm U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

where all the guys..........??

Boby
Saturday 1st February 2003
1:10 pm U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

ADRENALIN

http://www.sony.jp/products/Models/Library/EDV-9000.html

Boby
Saturday 1st February 2003
12:57 pm U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

http://www.wup.jp/~poyopoyo/image/hf91d.jpg

GORGEOUS PICTURE

Boby
Saturday 1st February 2003
12:30 pm U.K.

bobymc@hotmail.com

((Sean)) DHL one

I think i will find other ....wich i dont know what

B T W what turntable u found..........must be worth a fortune....heuheuheuheu

franny_wentzel
Saturday 1st February 2003
11:28 am U.K.

franny_wentzel@yahoo.spamjam.co.uk

Audio & Visual Sony at http://homepage1.nifty.com/Sony/ has the pages with the SuperBeta modifications.

Last I looked they looked to be dodgy solutions at best. More to do because you can than to make a reliable SuperBeta out of a nonSuper unit

joel schwartz
Saturday 1st February 2003
10:05 am U.K.

joedisco42@aol.com

betaguy:also try the slhf750. it features just about everything except flying erase heads.

joel schwartz
Saturday 1st February 2003
9:58 am U.K.

joedisco42@aol.com

andy w:one of the girls posted the link for superbeta conversion , but it needs translation. check the archives.

Brenda Ann
Saturday 1st February 2003
8:14 am U.K.

brendad@shinbiro.com

Refresh message.. my IE is stuck on some old version of this page, and won't refresh.. :(

Brenda Ann Dyer
Saturday 1st February 2003
5:31 am U.K.

brendad@shinbiro.com

Nice machine.. makes me wish I had more PAL media...

Olive Thomas
Saturday 1st February 2003
3:17 am U.K.

olive_e_thomas@yah┐┐.n┐spam.c┐m

_@_v - eee! franny! here's a complete sl-f1 -amie in your backyard!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3004904074

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