[conspire] Getting rid of monitors

Christian Einfeldt einfeldt at earthlink.net
Tue Jul 27 14:55:35 PDT 2004

On Tuesday 27 July 2004 12:53, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Christian Einfeldt (einfeldt at earthlink.net):
> > Wow, the irony of all this is just killing me.
> Oh, maybe I didn't make clear that I wouldn't just _throw away_
> any monitor of mine that's even barely repairable, let alone
> functional. My 17" ViewSonic has been doctored back into
> operation twice, for example. But there comes a time when they
> have to be recycled.


> Certainly, people should not seek to merely throw away functional
> or slightly defective monitors:  There are plenty of
> organisations that will be very glad to accept them and find ways
> to use them.  But that's a wholly different discussion from what
> I was talking about (or trying to).
> > I would absolutely LOVE to be able to coordinate the deliver of
> > those monitors to people in the Bay Area, because there are
> > tons and tons of people whom I know need computers.
> When my monitors have collapsed, you probably won't want 'em. 


> ;->
> > Anybody know anyone with a huge storage space?
> I can rent some and sub-lease it to you.  How much can you
> afford?  ;->

I'll be glad to provide you with all the high quality, open source 
software that you will ever need, plus the pick of the litter on 
hardware that comes in.     ;-)   

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