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The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 31

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 · 14 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 31
... ify as a "crash site" to us, someone just has to point there and say so. One such location is near the corner of Charleston and Jones Boulevards in Las Vegas. This is the alleged site of the UFO-themed Area 51 Nightclub and Dreamland Lounge [DR#26 | #27], which never existed. A flying saucer was supposed to crash on the roof but never did--which is almost as good as a one crashing 45 years ago and not being there now. The only difference, in theory, is that there are no traces of the former, while ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 29

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 29
... in June, the Senate Transportation Chairman felt that the bill was frivolous compared to the other unfinished business at hand and refused to consider it. Personally, we blame Ambassador Merlin. His impure thoughts and spilling of seminal liquor [DR#27] could only have angered his alien overlords and disrupted the harmony of the cosmos. Merlin, however, has acknowledged no defeat. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported: Ambassador Merlin II, a man who spends his days in the Legislative Building and ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 28

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 28
... at case, alien eyes appear not much different than ours, although bigger. J-2 does not know if the photosensitive covering is a natural part of the eye or some sort of contact lens, but he says he has never seen an alien blink. NERVA Correction In DR#27, we reported that Jarod 2 and his son, a lab technician, happened to both work at the Nevada Test Site in the late 1970s, when J-2 was temporarily assigned to the NERVA nuclear rocket program. The assignment was incorrect, since NERVA had been cance ...

The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 26

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 · 12 Feb 2024
The Groom Lake Desert Rat: Issue 26
... ity. Of course, we have a network news crew at all of our functions, and CBS Sunday Morning was the first to visit our new Las Vegas annex. Their report is tentatively scheduled to air this Sunday morning, May 28, on all CBS stations. [Followup in DR#27] The visit by the CBS crew, who appeared on our balcony with their big Betacam, provoked the first signs of recognition from the folks across the street. One of the remote controlled cameras on the roof of the secret terminal swung around to look di ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 9

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 · 12 Jan 2024
... p, book reviews, articles of writers' personal experiences and opinions, entertainment pieces, and market reports. One year of AFRAID (12 issues) is $20, two years $40. Make your check payable to AFRAID and mail to: AFRAID, 2170 S. Harbor Blvd., #270, Anaheim, CA 92802. If you have a publication that our readers would be interested in hearing about, send a sample issue and all relevant information to Cindy Bartorillo, c/o Reading For Pleasure, 1819 Millstream Dr., Frederick, MD 21701. :=:=: ...

Reading for pleasure Issue 1

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 · 28 Nov 2023
... IFF by David J. Schow (P); WEBS by Scott Baker (P); THE DRACULA TAPES by Fred Saberhagen (P); BEETLE BAILEY: Separate Checks by Mort Walker (P); BLONDIE: "But, Blondie, I'm Taking a Bath!!" by Dean Young & Jim Raymond (P); SOLDIER OF FORTUNE #27: Staying Alive by Robin Morris (P); WINTER OF THE WOLF by Jory Sherman (P); SNOW WHITE AND ROSE RED by Patricia C. Wrede (H); NEVER PAINT A STRANGER by Patricia Shaw (H). Thunder's Mouth: THE THIRD GENERATION by Chester Himes (P). Ticknor & ...

DnA 2-12: Beige Boxing From the Ground Up

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 · 11 May 2023
... d wrap the connections in eletrical tape. Pretty simple isn't it? To add the tap feature to your beige box you will need a .47 microfarad 250 V capacitor(non electrolytic), an audio matching transformer: eight ohms to 1000 ohms (Radio Shack Cat. #273-1380 will be used in this example), a DPDT switch, and some wire. Open the phone. Locate the point where the line cord enters. The RED wire is the RING and the GREEN is the TIP. Disconnect the RING from the phone circuitry and connect it to the cen ...

Issue # 39 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - February/March 1985

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 · 7 May 2023
... in the catalog. No sweat! The catalog remains 2K bytes and retains the name "ZZCATAAA", the first 8 bytes of the catalog become: $01 8F 00 00 00 3D 00 00 Page 11, Column 1 And we have to save 50 each 8K data files named: #1 "ZZZAAAAA" #26 "ZZZAAAAZ" #27 "ZZZAAABA" #50 "ZZZAAABX" (You should be able to fill in the other file names.) From the above, you should be able to figure out for yourself how to set aside a given portion of, say, a SIDER hard disk to work with QD DOS. All you have to change is ...

Issue # 35 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - September 1984

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 · 6 May 2023
Issue # 35 DTACK GROUNDED Newsletter - September 1984
... rge multi-user VM systems, the processor can be happily busy servicing someone else while the I/O system reads YOUR memory from disk. For a single user system this does not apply, and substantially cuts down the usefulness of virtual memory. "Re #27, comparing with the Cyber 205 - you are starting to sound a lot like AMD's tricycle! Tell me who rents a Cyber at $1000/hr to do scalar math? Yes, it does do scalar math at the speed you say, and yes it Page 16, Column 2 does rent at $1000 p ...
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