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Author Topic: Is there any colleague NCR core memory project in Canada?  (Read 5252 times)
n8eyh with OCD-WM42 of Hilse
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« on: July 03, 2007, 11:22:12 am »

Hi, dear member,

  I will visit Canadian Rocky in next week.
Is there any one who is a member of this list member in Vancouver and Banff?
I would like to share each good core memory of NCR computers.

Best regards,
Katsuhiko
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Katsuhiko Hirai
Fan of the Century architecture under 63 index registers.
n8eyh with OCD-WM42 of Hilse
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« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2007, 02:15:57 am »

Hi! all,

  Good morning from Japan.
Now, I am reporting the NCR cash register in the shop of Vancouver.

It was so nice weather in Canadian West Last week.
I enjoyed to walk downtown in Vancouver, because I am afraid of
my driving technique in the Canadian method that is the transportation way
on the right lane.
However, it was so best driving in the countryside way of Canadian Rocky.
I had to give attention to lovely weasel family on the road when I found their trial to path.
We could confirm one another through eye contact because they gave attention to my car.

In the shoe shop of downtown Vancouver I found out a good old box of
the army colored cash register.
He was standing the show windows with many shoes that
some was on the box and some was beside him, like every shoes played with him friendly.
I noticed he is indicating '$59.99'.

I remembered Ham Radio RST Signal Reporting System for the Morse code communication.
R for Readability is 5 in maximum,
S for Strength is 9 in maxmum, and
T for Tone is 9 in maxmum.

It seemed like he was appealing that he is still OK for getting the customer satisfaction.
Best regards,
Katsuhiko
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Fan of the Century architecture under 63 index registers.
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