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    Eureka success at last! The temporal net is now fully operational.

    From the year 20,005 I can now post messages though time to the year 2,006 and actually find them archived 18,000 years later.

    Anyone who wants to learn the secret of mankind's ultimate fate? Well you are never going to believe it!

    TMTYF

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    No, what should have happened is that he posts 'Yes I can', then you ask that question. Okay, now try that again...

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    • #3
      Hang on, you mean your PC hasn't crashed for 18,000 years? Or did that cease to be a problem with Windows 20,000?

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        Er, might even deter Merlin!
        "Jerry Cornelius was based, for instance, on a young man I used to see around Notting Hill where there was also a greengrocer called Cornelius of London."

        --Michael Moorcock

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        • #5
          TheAlderian

          The variability of your next post is too high with wide variation shown across all planes listed in the multiverse archives. Obivously I cant post a different reponse on each plane, it would take an eternity. In short far too specific.

          Its going to be quite some time before I get the next opportunity to use this temporal net. Not only do I have to leave my own normal space time, I also have to find a large number of suitable plane alignments.

          TMTYF

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          • #6
            And with a only a 56 Terra-byte fax modem, this takes an eternity and costs at least 6 rubber ninghys.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dark Lord's Passing
              And with a only a 56 Terra-byte fax modem, this takes an eternity and costs at least 6 rubber ninghys.
              He could always try to cash in one pu.

              Try to. I didn't say it would be easy, and the Galactibanks refuse to deal in fiddlin' small change.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Pellaz
                He could always try to cash in one pu.

                Try to. I didn't say it would be easy, and the Galactibanks refuse to deal in fiddlin' small change.
                You'd probably need an Arcturan Megafreighter to transport all that cash, which would probably add to your costs.

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