On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, John P. Looney wrote:
> Hmm. I think the National History museum has some of those in their new
> medieval exhibit, along with some 386 processors they reckon could have
> been raided by Art Mc Murragh. Not sure if they'd be for sale though.
>I've got some 386's if you're interested in using them in one of your
battle re-enactments -)
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