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Re: Operational Content, I think...
- From: Greg A. Woods
- Date: Mon Jun 25 14:10:25 2001
[ On Monday, June 25, 2001 at 09:44:04 (-0700), Jonathan Disher wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Operational Content, I think...
> And people think I'm insane for wrestling two 12008's into racks. By
> myself. With my bad arm (broken titanium rod inside broken arm for 1 1/2
> years, email for copies of a really pretty x-ray!) and bad leg (partially
> fused crushed ankle from auto accident).
> I think the day after, I was praying to $deity for one of these things the
> next time I have to move heavy stuff like that.
The best(worst) I ever managed was to put a Sun 3/280 (I admit with the
PS and disks removed) into the top of a 6' cabinet by myself. (And it
was a stupid old DEC cabinet that needed those silly little clip-on rail
nuts, which of course meant every time I lifted the thing into place and
bumped one of them it slid off to the wrong spot. I HATE clip-on rail
nuts, round, square, or otherwise (though at least the square ones can't
be slid out of place). Why can't everyone just use pre-tapped EIA rails?!?!?!?)
So, (I just gotta ask), how'd the titanium rod break?
Greg A. Woods
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