Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by Downtowntillman, Jan 31, 2018.
I worked on a Wang VS-80 back in the 80s, and a 10 megabyte disk pack was $10,000.
The ones I saw weren't quit like that pic. I couldn't find one exactly like it. It was crazy. There was a huge room full of them.
I think these were the ones at the place I worked
I just worked on a wang this morning...
Try to gain some fucking pride for yourself toe you look like a fucking toe.
Did you have a stroke or something? Nothing you post makes any sense. Useless...
Calling someone a "toe" is the most pathetic insult I've ever seen.
"This time I'll hold my floppy straight while you backup slowly to avoid a slipped disc or another shut down.
Tomorrow I'll be the lap-top and you be the hard drive."
DO YOU KNOW THE STORY OF A MAN WHO DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO TALK ? THIS MAN WAS A GANGSTA HE WAS SMART AND GOOD LOOKING HAD A WAY OF PLENTIFUL HERBS AND HEARD THE VOICES OF GOD HE TOOK TO HIS SHOVEL AND SAID HYAHH, AND BROKE THE DAMN GROUND BENEATH HIS FEET WHERE HE FOUND A SEWER LINE WITH ONLY ONE STROKE OF A DIG THIS MAN THEN FOLLOWED THE SEWER LINE WITHOUT EVEN SEEING IT AS HE HAD ONLY DUG ONE HOLE
HE FOUND ANOTHER MAN AND ASKED HIM FOR A FIGHT THE MAN DECLINED HE SAID OKAY AND WALKED BACK TO HIS HOUSE AND STARED AT THE SEWER LINE FOR A FEW MINUTES UNTIL HIS PERCEPTION CHANGED AND THEN HE TOOK A NAP
^^ Idiot. Thanks for illustrating my point for me. Seems like dementia is creeping in...
I think those were the ones I saw.
Did your daddy marry his sister?
We had an IBM machine and I told my manager that I thought something was wrong because the disk drive was wobbling. It was bad!
He said it was mounted on a stand that was meant to wobble.
I also remember you could literally hide a dead body in a mainframe computer.
They were made big because they cost a zillion dollars. Bigger was better in the eyes of the consumer...
I like to cook my friends and family and pets
lets eat Grandpa
what's missing here?
Silverware? J/k. Punctuation, most noticeably commas...
Separate names with a comma.