At 04:02 PM 18/4/97 +0100, Mikael wrote:
>[Warning, it's Friday afternoon, I'm very un-PC...]
>Most pickups in Ireland are owned and operated by the Travelers
NOW we're on to something!
>the vehicles known as "Hi-Aces". Perhaps you've heard the famous song by
>Garth Brooks - "I've got Friends in Hi-Aces..."
Yes, although I must admit I had not correctly interpreted the meaning of
the title. I'm abashed.
>It's quite easy to engage the haulage industry in question: Just leave
>in some public place and they'll pick it up.
I believe someone on the list mentioned this happening to some tapes. Hmmm.
The problem remains that
>Cat tend to partake in the equation: If you know that your goods have
>up, you never know where it's gone to, nor when.
Well, then obviously THESE pickups would not do for our power generation
scheme, as it is quite necessary to keep the
continually providing power to the brew-spattered PC which maintains the
websight via Jenny's donated mobile phone whilst the team members heroically
continue their serious research and post hourly updates of the results to
the world at large, barring any interference caused by crowded downloading
Which leaves us still woefully short of a proper pickup, not withstanding
the availability of the vehicle found on the corner of Leeson and Hatch.
more and more dejected,