Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Aug 2004, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
>>> You're right. I was only looking in Tralee, where I was living and
>> working at the time. In Tralee population <=50,000 the Nvidia was the
>> only card I could find which fit the criteria.
>>> Fair enough.. though I'd have thought there'd be internet access in Tralee.
Ah but, the cost of living is so, low compared to the big smoke (ie rents about
1/6 Dublin prices) and the temptation to impulse buy is so strong, with all
that extra cash burning a hole in the pocket.
Plus, I don't do ebay, since there's no way I'm
a: getting a copy of my credit card bill with a ebay magic number.
b: faxing a copy of it + my drivers license + an ebay specific form into ebay.
My credit card works on store.slackware.com it should work with paypal too.
I'll concede I should have bought from komplett, but the card was just sitting
there in the shop... calling out to be bought and put into a machine.
Embedded Software Engineer
Europlex Technologies Ltd
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