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OK OK nobody cares but... I just want to share:

A friend of mine who fixes HP calcs (can't tell his name: he would be flooded with requests) just fixed my 29C and one of my 3 HP67.

It's a great feeling to see these calcs working again although they are more or less 30 years old for some of them.

Sometimes I think about my envy staring at HP dealers display window: this HP67 was the top of the cream and surely for confirmed engineers only.

This afternoon, I told my daughter: "look, it took me 30 years to get this". I'm stupid: why trying to explain... She'll understand in 30 years :)

Thanks for taking time to read this personal feeling

P.S.: for those who don't already know, my site is here. Enjoy

OK OK nobody cares but... I just want to share:

OK, me too:

My HP41C is serial number 2241S41904 so it just turned 25. It has been in continuous use since the day I bought it.

The only sign of age is wear on the rubber feet. A while back I cleaned it up so I could take some pictures of it. It was so pretty that I almost hated to touch it! Fortunately, I got over that quickly. :-)

-- Richard

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Thank you