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12 hours ago, securitybreach said:

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Actually happened to my grandfather. The existing teeth refused to get out of the way... Required surgery to remove the interlopers.

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16 minutes ago, Bookmem said:

Guess you don't remember "Prodigy" and local "bulletin boards". LOL

 

Um I was on Prodigy, Compuserv and Earthlink. I even ran a BBS at one time (thought I was super cool with two phone lines).

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At one point, I somehow managed to sign into Compuserv via Singapore and my mom had to talk her way out of a $3k phone bill. Needless to say, I could barely walk for a week.

 

This was with a Tandy 1000 back in the 1980s.

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1 minute ago, securitybreach said:

 

Um I was on Prodigy, Compuserv and Earthlink. I even ran a BBS at one time (thought I was super cool with two phone lines).

So you were on Social

 

1 minute ago, securitybreach said:

At one point, I somehow managed to sign into Compuserv via Singapore and my mom had to talk her way out of a $3k phone bill. Needless to say, I could barely walk for a week.

 

This was with a Tandy 1000 back in the 1980s.

So you were on Social Media in the 80s.  I wrote a complete accounting system for a Men's and Ladies boutique in 1985 on an 8bit Z80 machine.  Before the IBM XT became popular.  Switched to a 286 clone with dual 20mb drives when they first came out.  Did a sector by sector backup from one drive to the other every morning.

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2 minutes ago, Bookmem said:

So you were on Social

 

So you were on Social Media in the 80s.  I wrote a complete accounting system for a Men's and Ladies boutique in 1985 on an 8bit Z80 machine.  Before the IBM XT became popular.  Switched to a 286 clone with dual 20mb drives when they first came out.  Did a sector by sector backup from one drive to the other every morning.

 

Very cool!!

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