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If it got spammed and the spam got nuked, it gets back to the top of the list. Most people don't look at the timestamp and here you go, 2018 turned irrelevant
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Well maybe not rival but for shear strangeness 'Can I have the floorcloth, I need to clean the ceiling?', all through saying that my brain was going 'are you sure?, well too bad you are on your own'. I all wanted to do was get some cobwebs off the ceiling in the office. Why airtex you can't use a duster....
Commodre ST? While Sam Tramiel was booted out of Commodre went to Atari and created the ST, I think you meant Amiga, I noticed the spiders I think they get attrachted to one of the chemincals leeching out of the plastic.
In fall, my house has often been bothered by an invasion of tiny little flies; I believe they are banana files. Last year there were none. I suspect that is has to do with this mosquito repellent I bought, the only one that I have found to work: Beck-olja[^] (besides, that leather bottle holder for your belt is really classy!) I keep the large refill bottle on the shelf in my hall; when I am close up, there is a slight scent of tar from it - Beck-olja is tar based. I suspect that is what has kept the flies from entering my house the last year.
I know. It's just that Tramiel brought along the guys who designed the C64, so the ST is its 16 bit successor. At the same time Commodore bought a small outfit named 'Amiga'. These guys were designing something like a game console, but Commodore wanted a 16 bit computer. However, these guys once worked for Atari and had designed the chipset for the 8 bit Ataris, making the Amiga the 16 bit successor of them.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.