page14.html 5/5/2015 Boson Torpedo it is October 12, 2088 , we have successfully fired up your NeXT Cube on the 100th anniversary to Black Hole, Incorporated headquarters , Rob Blessin, we need your help so channel this story and think it through , write it out, it is bound to go viral.
The meanies have taken over in 2088, they have banned and declared war against fun of all kinds globally including cartoons, music , movies , video games, vacations and anything to do with Disney, Pixar, Sony, Universal Studios, Warner Brothers , Apple , Microsoft, Samsung, IBM , Google , Yahoo, Facebook , Amazon and EBay networks like ABC, NBC and CBS ESPN all sports no longer allowed are being shut down for starters everything is going down. Our Earth is in really bad shape as well I'm sending this message back in hopes you and the people of Earth will turn it around work together to find solutions . Advance Education Learning, Medicine and above all bring back fun.
Boson Torpedo, this is Rob Blessin copy I'm on it sounds like we need to assemble an army of the best in entertainment using the best of technology and best of all the people of Earth to turn things around for the future generations because we want them to have fun in life to, like when I helped integrate the computers used to make the movie Space Jam or reverse engineered the Hubble computers for NASA or fixed Tim Berners Lee's computer up for use at the Olympics in London in 2012 or helped set up the systems for the secret project below. I'm just the guy to do it and the NeXT Community heck Earthlings and Toons will be on my side! We are screaming back your challenge is accepted. I'll be working on this in my spare time!
5/14//2015 Rest in Peace B.B. king , I saw him play with Albert King at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins years ago, one heck of a show.
As far as stuff being shut down Boson , LOL all I can say is there is an awful lot of crap being made on the market that will not last until next year let alone 2088. Example my Bissell Vaccuum basically went haywire when Lisa plugged it in sparks flying . This was due to the cord shorting out but what was unerving was it should have tripped the GFCI, which was installed by a certified "electrician" ; so the house has electrical gremlins. My car the 2002 Toyota Solara fortunately I had a feeling something was about to go call it a tremor in the aligment and thought I should check. Turns out the 80,000 mile goodyear tires which were getting shreaded after only 30,000 miles an obvious problem with the camber and alignment. It turns out after Lisa had the accident ~ 3 years ago and subsequent frame straightening basically a complete overhaul of the brakes , cv's, boots and suspension the one thing Just Brakes didn't do was an alignment . So going to Brakes Plus with their cool highend computerised alignment machine uncovered the problem the culprit a bent rear strut . So you guessed it what I thought may just be free tire rotation has no turned into a second tire covered under road hazard warantee , to new tires and a spiffy new alignment with proper fix guestimate is north of $600 . In driving the Jeep which my other roommate Todd had been using he basically has driven it into the ground so to enhance my calmness BOSON , I'm writing and by all means keep the rain on California as they need it , we have had enough here in the last few weeks. NeXT sales are going good so it helps me keep pace with bills , it would really help a lot if my roommates contributed monetarily , peace until next time!
Author Message Rob Blessin Black Hole Site Admin Joined: 05 Sep 2006 Posts: 267 Location: Ft. Collins, Colorado Posted: Sat May 30, 2015 9:51 pm Post subject: Woman tosses Apple computer that turns out to be worth $200K -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello NeXT Community: I hope they find her! On another note I am out of the hospital 5/30/2015 and I'll be taking it easy this week and try and keep pace with NeXT orders as I want to fully recover from Hypoxia / Pneumonia. It seems like everything in the world is becoming so fast paced that sometimes we just need to take a step back and breath , relax as "our health is most important" in the long run. So I'm going to be on Oxygen with a tank for the next year , It'll take some getting use to but it is already helping as now I'm well over 90% oxygen levels. As it been a rough week for me Hypoxia, Pneumonia add in Arthritis and the crazy monsoon weather , it has been off the chain keeping it together lol. Man getting older, I'm learning is a journey , thankful to you all for the job of helping to keep the NeXT dream alive. I really appreciate it because with my current state of health, it gives me an opportunity to work from home through it all and I truly remain positive about life and work in the face of health adversity . I really enjoy helping people, friends and customers in the NeXT community out and feel fortunate to keep these great old NeXT computers running as they to are showing signs of aging some more than others lol. Thanks to you all it is keeping the lights on here at blackholeinc.com , computerpowwow ebay and nextcomputers.org as well . We are getting a lot of new forum members , welcome aboard which is fun as well ! Here is a fun article I found for enjoyment and remember our NeXT's are just as cool : Best Regards Rob Blessin Woman tosses Apple computer that turns out to be worth $200K From Associated Press May 30, 2015 9:47 PM EST MILPITAS, Calif. (AP) — Her electronic waste is someone else's treasure. A recycling center in the Silicon Valley is looking for a woman who dropped off an old Apple computer that turned out to be a collectible item worth $200,000. The computer was inside boxes of electronics that she had cleaned out from her garage after her husband died, said Victor Gichun, the vice president of Clean Bay Area. She didn't want a tax receipt or leave her contact information, and it wasn't until a few weeks later that workers opened the boxes to discover an Apple I computer inside. The San Jose Mercury News reports (http://bayareane.ws/1QiwrkE) it was one of only about 200 first-generation desktop computers assembled by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne in 1976. "We really couldn't believe our eyes. We thought it was fake," Gichun told KNTV-TV. The recycling firm sold the Apple I for $200,000 to a private collection, and because the company gives 50 percent of items sold back to the original owner, Gichun said he wants to split the proceeds with the mystery donor. He said he remembers what she looks like and is asking her to come back to claim her $100,000 check. "To prove who she is," Gichun said, "I just need to look at her." _________________ Rob Blessin President computerpowwow ebay email@example.com http://www.blackholeinc.com 303-741-9998 Serving the NeXT Community since 2/9/93