- Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:57 am
Kreuzberger wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:33 pm
Aye, when I were a lad, there was the odd nip but you could get better in the NME. Or Kay's catalogue. Or Stern, which we used to nick from the language lab for - ahem - homework.
I hit my three-times-a-day years when dialup was about, but hard to get access to as a kid. I was fortunate enough to own a laptop with a CD-ROM drive, which left me furiously scouring Microsoft Encarta for anything that could remotely be rubbed off to. Thankfully, at that age, it really didn't take much. Whatever encyclopedia articles I managed to finish to are now thankfully between me and my 133Mhz, 32Mb RAM, 540Mb HDD Thinkpad 560. Those were the days.
Soppy anti-British, pro-crime, anti-education, pro-immigration, anti-family nonentity