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How you know you're getting older... - Michael Meyer - 10-23-2009

So, I was somehow the only bidder for a TI-59 with printer, multiple modules, lots of books, etc. ($5)

I haven't repaired a TI-59 card reader for awhile, so I did an internet search for advice.

I found an old posting on the HP Museum site describing how to do it. It wasn't until I read the posting that I realized that I had written it...almost 7 years ago.

You know you're getting older when you end up finding your own advice on the internet!


Re: How you know you're getting older... - Bruce Bergman - 10-23-2009

LOL! You gave me my first full belly laugh today. Hilarious!

thanks!

bruce


Re: How you know you're getting older... - Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) - 10-23-2009

Hi, Doc;

I´d suggest you some therapy, but...

Cheers.

Luiz (Brazil)


Re: How you know you're getting older... - DavidShenk - 10-24-2009

Thank you for that! Who knew reading through the HP forum could be so entertaining.

Dave


Re: How you know you're getting older... - Walter B - 10-24-2009

It will start becoming severe when you find yourself *surprised* finding your own advice in the net - or you can't remember Mr. Alzheimer's first name anymore ;)

Take care!


Re: How you know you're getting older... - Paul Dale - 10-24-2009

He had a first name? What a surprise.
Was it even a he???

- Pauli


Re: How you know you're getting older... - Michael Meyer - 10-25-2009

I was trying to come up with a "vanity plate" for the car a few years ago. My final 2 were:

MEM LOST and
RTN2RPN

I guess I'll stick with MEM LOST.