[Tig] Fun with sugar cubes, cabbages and kings?

Bill Topazio btopazio
Tue Sep 24 00:16:32 BST 2002


wasn't the TH200A the RCA stamped BVH-1100A?  You mean to say one actually
made it west of the mississippi?!

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> From: David Tosh [mailto:dlt at earthlink.net]
> Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 7:05 PM
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> At 03:44 PM 9/23/2002 -0700, Rob Lingelbach wrote:
> >knowing him i'd say that's right.
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> Yep, I forgot to add the textual representations of my wry 
> grin as I said 
> "stop!" I don't object alt all to off topic reminiscences of common 
> experience.
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> Why, I was just about to relate to the group when I was 
> demonstrating RCA 
> TH-200As (prize to anyone who knows what it is) to a UHF station in 
> Phoenix. We set up a 2 VTR delay, supply reel on the left, 
> takeup on the 
> right (machine, that is.)
> 
> I was sure I would be picking up tape from the floor for 
> hours! But it worked!
> No sugar cubes were harmed, that day.
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> >and as a sidelight:
> >reasonable mail user agents (MUAs) will track threads, and
> >subjects, as two different vectors, in the former case by means
> >of the References: header, and in the latter by means of the
> >Subject: header.  T
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> I have no idea what he said but I'm sure it is accurate.
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