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Offline murple

Re: Workbench 5 renamed Commodore OS
« Reply #135 on: March 03, 2011, 09:10:27 PM »
Go away.
 

Offline actung_bab

Re: Workbench 5 renamed Commodore OS
« Reply #136 on: March 03, 2011, 09:17:46 PM »
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Offline psxphill

Re: Workbench 5 renamed Commodore OS
« Reply #137 on: March 04, 2011, 02:13:25 PM »
Quote from: danwood;619327
Well I know that, so does anyone who did business skills for the 11+ at school, but there are still a fair few people here with their eyes closed and fingers in their ears singing "I caaaan't hear you, I caaaaan't heaaar you!!!" and insisting this will be the second coming of Commodore as a multi-national big player in the industry, rivaling Apple and Microsoft, I fear a few broken hearts coming :(

I don't think that & I nobody else has given me the impression they think that.
 
I don't hate CUSA and I'm not pissed off with them.
 
I quite like the look of their c64, but whether I buy one comes down to price.
 
I suspect there are some rich people who wouldn't care what it costs (in fact the more the better for them) who had a c64 when they were young and just for a laugh they'll buy one.
 
I can't see them selling ten thousand of them, but depending on their costs and what they sell them for then that might still be worth doing.