Re: [SWCollect] OT: Your real life adventures? (starting with Forest Quest)

2004-05-03 Thread Jukka Eronen
John Romero wrote: Um, I thought maybe at the end you would have found an old Akalabeth or copy of Stuart Smith's Fracas in the cabin... SOMETHING collection-related! J Well, we've had off-topic conversations before :) (but put OT on title now) Ok, how's this for a real life adventure?-) (or

Re: Re: [SWCollect] Ultima cloth maps

2004-05-03 Thread Pedro Quaresma
Joe said: You have just confirmed that The Origin Museum is INCOMPLETE! Haha, do you want more evidence? Ready to go on two or three more quests? :) ;) -- Pedro R. Quaresma Salvador Caetano IMVT Div. Sistemas de Informação / Systems and Information Division Administração e Desenvolvimento Lotus

Re: Re: [SWCollect] Ultima cloth maps

2004-05-03 Thread ommail
** Joe said: You have just confirmed that The Origin Museum is INCOMPLETE! ..to which Pedro replied: Haha, do you want more evidence? Ready to go on two or three more quests? :) ;) * Heehee--At least I was big enough to admit that our collection

Re: [SWCollect] OT: Your real life adventures?

2004-05-03 Thread Jim Leonard
It was a great story, I enjoyed it. :) I wish I had something similar to voice, although the only trouble I ever got in was travelling cross-country coming back from NAID'96 (a 1996 demoparty in Quebec). My friend and I were having so much fun discussing video games, demos, etc. that I

RE: [SWCollect] OT: Your real life adventures?

2004-05-03 Thread Feldhamer, Stuart
That reminds me of that movie A Beautiful Mind or whatever it was called. Stuart -Original Message- From: Jim Leonard [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 12:56 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [SWCollect] OT: Your real life adventures? It was a great story, I

Re: [SWCollect] FYI

2004-05-03 Thread BL
I'd assumed was the case with all this guys auctions. I didn't assume there would be another possibility in most cases of these. Brad - Original Message - From: C.E. Forman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Software Collectibles Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 9:13 PM

Re: [SWCollect] FYI

2004-05-03 Thread Dan Chisarick
Looks like the advertisement wasn't the only thing that was framed. Nice catch (as always). Ask him if he'd like to trade for a hypothetical 2600 prototype... On May 3, 2004, at 9:13 PM, C.E. Forman wrote: Just in case any of you were thinking of bidding on this one:

[SWCollect] FYI

2004-05-03 Thread C.E. Forman
Just in case any of you were thinking of bidding on this one: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=8103195577rd=1 .be aware that it's not an original advertisement flyer, but a page cut out of a magazine and framed by the seller (which I suspected after seeing this one: