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dogtrack last won the day on September 23 2016

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    Arnold Seddon
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  1. Anyone remember the Amstrad Word Precessor c1985. Ran software called Locoscript. The 8512 model had dual floppy disc drives, while the 8256 had a single floppy drive. Both models included a dot matrix printer. A bit like early Fords, you could have any colour ink ribbon you wanted, so long as it was black. Such uncomplicated days...well, perhaps not, with Locoscript.
  2. Yes, it's a grand place to spend a few hours. I am only an hour up the road from it. From time to time, they have "open days" around the workshops. Where all the restoration work goes on. If you subscribe to their mailing list you get advanve announcements of proposed events and "tours". It can be very informative chatting with both the apprentices and craftsmen. A belated birthday greeting from me Geoff. Hope you had a pleasant day.
  3. Interesting word there Alan. Traditionally, the wassail is celebrated on Twelth Night, it seems.
  4. Understandable, I guess. Still use FSX myself fairly often and indeed FS9 on rare occasions. Though my sim of choice nowadays is Aerofly, with full VR kit from Oculus. Yes it has its limitations but I have plenty of patience and look forward to its future. Never liked X-Plane, had v9 & 10 but always struggled to make it do what I wanted; rather than what it wanted. Have had P3D v1 through v3 and indeed liked it. However, got fed up with the upgrade and having to pay again every .4 or .5 release. So called it a day on that one. Ah well, just my 2 cents worth on a Saturday morning. Life's a bitch after all.
  5. Folk need to show a little gumption nowadays, to get on in life.
  6. Stunning stuff indeed. Also cheap as chips given the work input.