The flight deck of the Discovery
bob at stratton.net
Mon Oct 22 07:29:45 CDT 2012
Please don't joke about the GRiD Compass. It was forward-thinking in several ways. Not only did certain models have a molded-in mark indicating where one should shoot it to decommission it, it was also easily heavy enough to kill several adversaries should it ever be necessary to swing it in an arc.
The RFI off of the plasma display would have been even more legendary had the case not been so amazingly solid, I'm sure.
On Oct 19, 2012, at 10:42 AM, w3qx at hatfield.com wrote:
> What, no GRiD Compass computer?
> William w3qx
> At 10:24 AM -0400 10/19/12, Iain McFadyen wrote:
>> Michael Dell must be really happy: There's a Dell Lattitude D820 on the bench behind the left seat. (Rotate the image to see 'behind' the camera).
>> Iain KI4HLV
>> Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 16:23:19 -0400
>> From: Andre Kesteloot <andre.kesteloot at verizon.net>
>> To: Tacos <tacos at amrad.org>
>> Subject: The flight deck of the Discovery
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>> Mind boggling !
>> Where again is that switch I am looking for ?
>> Andr? N4ICK
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