• silence

    From Jim Haight@1:322/757 to All on Thu Mar 30 14:10:57 2017
    seems like this echo has been quiet as of late. Also, I did lose my fidonet in February since my NC has abandoned his hobby. Anyhow, I have a new fido hub
    and still configuring here. I've got two way netmail and incoming echos now. The outgoing is a little "iffy" as I have not seen evidence of posts going out as of yet. Anyhow.... welcome spring!
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  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@1:116/18 to JIM HAIGHT on Fri Mar 31 12:17:00 2017
    Well I sub to this echo, but don't remember any traffic in it. :-)

    To be on topic, though, wife hit the mailbox and dented her truck
    and bent a bumper mount. I popped 98% of the dent out - bent the mount
    back most of the way - need someting stronger to bend it the rest of
    the way...




    Jim Haight wrote to All <=-

    seems like this echo has been quiet as of late. Also, I did lose my fidonet in February since my NC has abandoned his hobby. Anyhow, I have
    a new fido hub and still configuring here. I've got two way netmail and incoming echos now. The outgoing is a little "iffy" as I have not seen evidence of posts going out as of yet. Anyhow.... welcome spring!
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    ... Yeah, but what's the speed of DARK?
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  • From Jim Haight@1:322/757 to JIMMY ANDERSON on Fri Mar 31 22:51:15 2017
    Well I sub to this echo, but don't remember any traffic in it. :-)

    To be on topic, though, wife hit the mailbox and dented her truck
    and bent a bumper mount. I popped 98% of the dent out - bent the mount
    back most of the way - need someting stronger to bend it the rest of
    the way...




    Jim Haight wrote to All <=-

    seems like this echo has been quiet as of late. Also, I did lose my fidonet in February since my NC has abandoned his hobby. Anyhow, I
    have
    a new fido hub and still configuring here. I've got two way netmail
    and
    incoming echos now. The outgoing is a little "iffy" as I have not
    seen
    evidence of posts going out as of yet. Anyhow.... welcome spring!
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: (1:322/757)

    ... Yeah, but what's the speed of DARK?
    --- MultiMail/Win32 v0.49
    * Origin: Neptune's Lair - Olive Branch MS - winserver.org (1:116/18)
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: (1:322/757)
  • From Jim Haight@1:322/757 to JIMMY ANDERSON on Fri Mar 31 22:54:39 2017
    Hey Jimmy! Good to see some chatter here. Sorry about your truck but maybe
    you saved some $$ with your handywork. I think I remember bending a mount
    with a jack, but that would depend on getting access and which direction it
    is bent.

    Well I sub to this echo, but don't remember any traffic in it. :-)

    To be on topic, though, wife hit the mailbox and dented her truck
    and bent a bumper mount. I popped 98% of the dent out - bent the mount
    back most of the way - need someting stronger to bend it the rest of
    the way...




    Jim Haight wrote to All <=-

    seems like this echo has been quiet as of late. Also, I did lose my fidonet in February since my NC has abandoned his hobby. Anyhow, I
    have
    a new fido hub and still configuring here. I've got two way netmail
    and
    incoming echos now. The outgoing is a little "iffy" as I have not
    seen
    evidence of posts going out as of yet. Anyhow.... welcome spring!
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: (1:322/757)

    ... Yeah, but what's the speed of DARK?
    --- MultiMail/Win32 v0.49
    * Origin: Neptune's Lair - Olive Branch MS - winserver.org (1:116/18)
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: (1:322/757)
  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@1:116/18 to JIM HAIGHT on Fri Apr 14 09:46:00 2017
    Jim Haight wrote to JIMMY ANDERSON <=-

    Hey Jimmy! Good to see some chatter here. Sorry about your truck but
    maybe you saved some $$ with your handywork. I think I remember bending
    a mount with a jack, but that would depend on getting access and which direction it is bent.

    Intersting - will have to give that a try! Right now that 'half' of the
    bumper is just not installed. Looks a little odd, but not as bad a as
    bumper that sticks out 8 inches or more. :-)


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