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Re: ISS COMPUTERS NOT UP TO DATE



I have always thought that this was a professional organization not a 
bunch of kids playing with technology.


At 05:37 PM 11/7/2006, jwin2485@bellsouth.net wrote:

>Sheesh....it's Y2K all over again! And how many millions (or billions) have
>we spent to "upgrade" the shuttles? I find this kinda hard to believe!
>
>John
>WB4GLJ
>
>
> > My first reaction was that this simply HAD to be a parody, such as the
> > Onion
> > story about the Mars rovers getting bored and sending snide messages.  No
> > such luck, apparently.
> >
> > Alan
> > WA4SCA
>
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