Benoit Bleau | 1 Aug 03:36 2004
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RE: David Keil's CC3 emulator with 512/2meg support

Add mine too, please!

Benoit Bleau 

-----Original Message-----
From: coco-bounces <at> maltedmedia.com [mailto:coco-bounces <at> maltedmedia.com] On
Behalf Of Robert Emery
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 3:17 PM
To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts
Subject: Re: [Coco] David Keil's CC3 emulator with 512/2meg support

--- John A Podraza <tonypodraza <at> juno.com> wrote:
> Have I missed anyone?  If so, please respond.  Thanks.
> 
add my name to the list... thanks

Bob Emery

	
		
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Robert Gault | 1 Aug 03:54 2004
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Re: MINIHOG Demo Here Now!

Chris Spry wrote:
> I wish I could say for sure Robert, but when the program is compiled it's
> out of my hands.  My best bet is if someone can decompile it with a program
> that'll do it and take a peak, it may show up.  I know that the CBASIC 3
> compiler add some of its own code at the beginning during compilation for
> setup and enhancements.  It's good to know though that it runs on a real
> 6309 CoCo 3.  I don't have one, but do you have both for comparison?  Does
> it seem to run a bit faster (and better) on a 6309 system?
> 
> -Chris
 ><snip>

I could put a 6809 back into my Coco3 but I doubt I could make any 
useful comparisons. In general, if a program can run in 6309 native mode 
it will run faster even if the code is just 6809 code. What does CBASIC 
3 claim it does? Does it force a 6309 native mode?

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Roger Taylor | 1 Aug 05:00 2004

** URGENTLY seeking Brother Jeremy **


Brother Jeremy, I know I have never met you but I've seen and heard enough 
over the years to trust that your prayers can help my 6 year old niece not 
lose her leg.  Xrays today showed a 3 inch cancerous grown in Ashley's leg 
and more studying proved that it is inside of her bone and growing 
fast.  They are rushing her to St. Judes in Memphis TN tomorrow morning 
where she is *supposed* to stay for 2 weeks for attempted 
treatment.  However, the doctor has already stated that there is 90% chance 
she will have to have her leg amputated.  This can be derived from his more 
friendly statement that only 10% of children with this case do not lose 
their limb.  My hands are shaking right now and if I misspelled any words 
it's because my mind is somewhere else.  I also have 2 small children, 4 
and 6, and this could very well be my own.  It is true that we could wake 
up one morning and be dealing with something like this.  And I don't expect 
anybody here to understand or even care about this, but I want anybody here 
whom I have been loyal online friends with for the past 15+ years to at 
least say a prayer in their private time.  It doesn't matter what religion 
you believe in.  This is not a religious issue.  At this point, it seems 
like hope is the only thing they have.  Cancer is eating her bone very 
quickly right now.  Ashley Taylor needs a lot of prayers, and I knew of no 
other place in my world to ask 200-something people for this kind of 
favor.  But what I do know is that prayers work.   I want to print out 
every prayer Ashley receives, to her parents.  If you can help it, please 
do not quote this message.

Your friend,
Roger Taylor

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tonym | 1 Aug 06:30 2004
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Re: ** URGENTLY seeking Brother Jeremy **


You have my prayers.

But, an amputation is not the end of the world, as my cousin showed me. See the following links for info on him
(Juan Alvarez). If it does occur, the child will need support, love, and a strong family to stang by her.

>http://www.af.mil/news/airman/0899/health2.htm
>http://www.orthoticprostheticcenter.com/profile_cleg/
>http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/nation/stories/040504dnmetamputee.a6f2f.html

Tony

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From: Roger Taylor <rtaylor <at> bayou.com>
Reply-To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco <at> maltedmedia.com>
Date:  Sat, 31 Jul 2004 22:00:38 -0500

>
>Brother Jeremy, I know I have never met you but I've seen and heard enough 
>over the years to trust that your prayers can help my 6 year old niece not 
>lose her leg.  Xrays today showed a 3 inch cancerous grown in Ashley's leg 
>and more studying proved that it is inside of her bone and growing 
>fast.  They are rushing her to St. Judes in Memphis TN tomorrow morning 
>where she is *supposed* to stay for 2 weeks for attempted 
>treatment.  However, the doctor has already stated that there is 90% chance 
>she will have to have her leg amputated.  This can be derived from his more 
>friendly statement that only 10% of children with this case do not lose 
>their limb.  My hands are shaking right now and if I misspelled any words 
>it's because my mind is somewhere else.  I also have 2 small children, 4 
>and 6, and this could very well be my own.  It is true that we could wake 
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Neil Morrison | 1 Aug 20:42 2004

[Color Computer] Rainbow March 85

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5113116261

One magazine only - Rainbow March 1985, starting bid:  US $9.99

Is Lonnie Falk back???

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Boisy G. Pitre | 1 Aug 21:30 2004

Lonnie Falk

Speaking of Lonnie Falk, check out:  
http://www.auburn.edu/~lowrygr/tusca.jpg

He's the guy at the top right marked "2".  This is a picture of the 
infamous George C Wallace taken around the time of the U of A "block 
the doorway" fiasco of 1963.

On Aug 1, 2004, at 1:42 PM, Neil Morrison wrote:

> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5113116261
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> Is Lonnie Falk back???
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Boisy G. Pitre | 1 Aug 21:37 2004

NitrOS-9 V03.02.03 Release

A new version of NitrOS-9 has been released which addresses several 
problems in V03.02.02 and adds a couple of new features.

Also, the "Getting Started with NitrOS-9" manual has been updated.

Get it at: http://www.nitros9.org/

Boisy Pitre

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Brad Grier | 1 Aug 20:59 2004
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MAS/EDT

I received an e-mail from a Mocha user looking for an editor/assembler 
package from Tom Mix Software called "MAS/EDT". He apparently has MAS 
(Macro Assembler) but is looking for EDT.

If anyone has any information about this software, please let me know 
and I'll pass it along.

Thanks,

Brad Grier

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Robert Gault | 1 Aug 21:56 2004
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Re: Lonnie Falk

Boisy G. Pitre wrote:

> Speaking of Lonnie Falk, check out:  
> http://www.auburn.edu/~lowrygr/tusca.jpg
> 
> He's the guy at the top right marked "2".  This is a picture of the 
> infamous George C Wallace taken around the time of the U of A "block the 
> doorway" fiasco of 1963.
> 
 ><snip>

Do you know if he was there as an observer or did Lonnie side with Wallace?

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Neil Morrison | 1 Aug 22:26 2004

Re: Lonnie Falk


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Gault" <robert.gault@...>

> Boisy G. Pitre wrote:
>
> > Speaking of Lonnie Falk, check out:
> > http://www.auburn.edu/~lowrygr/tusca.jpg
> >
> > He's the guy at the top right marked "2".  This is a picture of the
> > infamous George C Wallace taken around the time of the U of A "block the
> > doorway" fiasco of 1963.
> >
>  ><snip>
>
> Do you know if he was there as an observer or did Lonnie side with
Wallace?

Perhaps he was trying to stop them bringing his magazines into the library.
No profit there!!

NM

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