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    I got the following in the mail today. Hopefully someone can help Steve out.

    Thanks!

    Erik

    Old Teletype Paper


    Erik:


    I worked at NBC-TV and have a question. We're looking for old, yellow teletype paper that's showing its age. Any I bought a few boxes from a guys several year's ago and lost his name and number. Any suggestions about who or where sells aged paper?


    Thanks for your time and assistance.
    Steve Dresner
    Producer, "The George Michael SportsMachine"
    WRC-TV Sports
    4001 Nebraska Ave., N.W.
    Washington, DC 20016
    202.885.4127

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    "Erik" wrote:

    > I got the following in the mail today.
    > Hopefully someone can help Steve out.

    Sorry, I can help with this, but I thought
    that's not a bad idea you've got going
    getting people to write in. Suppose it
    would make your service profitable,
    or you could just do it out of the
    goodness of your heart.

    Are we welcomed to send letters in if
    we're out of service of an ISP or just
    can get to you?

    Cheers,
    CP/M User.

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    I get about 5-10 queries a week on my website email address from folks who found my site via Google or some other search.

    They are usually asking for some basic information about an old machine or are trying to determine a value, if any.

    On rare occasion the person is offering a machine or looking for help like the above.

    I do what I can to help whenever I get an email, even if I just have to pass off the question to others.

    Erik

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    "Erik" wrote:

    > I get about 5-10 queries a week on my
    > website email address from folks who
    > found my site via Google or some other
    > search.

    > They are usually asking for some basic
    > information about an old machine or
    > are trying to determine a value, if any.

    > On rare occasion the person is offering
    > a machine or looking for help like the
    > above.

    > I do what I can to help whenever I get
    > an email, even if I just have to pass
    > off the question to others.

    Still, that's awfully nice of you to do that!
    :-)

    Cheers,
    CP/M User.

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