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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2008 6:56 pm 
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Just been going through my Zzap collection and putting them back properly in their binders etc. and I've discovered why there can never be an issue 108...

Because there isn't room for it in the binders! When you include issue 107 and the Def Tribute along with all the regular Zzap and Commodore Force issues, they completely fill up 9 binders.

Having an extra new issue would just totally screw things up. x-)


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2008 8:29 pm 
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Iain wrote:
Having an extra new issue would just totally screw things up. x-)

Nonsense! The course of action is simple!

Do issue 108.

Produce and sell a new binder.

Release further issues to fill up the new binder.

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andy vaisey wrote:
Release further issues to fill up the new binder.

8)


Think you might have given a few people heart attacks when they read that sentence! ;-)


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Iain wrote:
andy vaisey wrote:
Release further issues to fill up the new binder.
8)

Think you might have given a few people heart attacks when they read that sentence! ;-)

No time for illness and hospitalisation when there is a brand new issue every month for a year to release... ;)

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Given the binders had year stickers on the spine... I've put them in that order instead. And besides I slotted issue 107 into the Commodore Force binder, still some rungs left in my second one ;)

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andy vaisey wrote:
Iain wrote:
Having an extra new issue would just totally screw things up. x-)

Nonsense! The course of action is simple!

Do issue 108.

Produce and sell a new binder.

Release further issues to fill up the new binder.

8)


We have a volunteer? :wink:

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andy vaisey wrote:
No time for illness and hospitalisation when there is a brand new issue every month for a year to release... ;)
*Ant's brain implodes*

Although ... it would be kinda cool ... hmmm ...

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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
We have a volunteer? :wink:

If anything did happen in the future, I'd be happy to help out in any way!

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I'm still waiting for a "call" to help out on 108 in any way. Hint, hint... 8)

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andy vaisey wrote:
I'm still waiting for a "call" to help out on 108 in any way. Hint, hint... 8)

Stop tempting me, Andy! :wink:

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Ant wrote:
andy vaisey wrote:
I'm still waiting for a "call" to help out on 108 in any way. Hint, hint... 8)

Stop tempting me, Andy! :wink:

Go on! Ya know ya wanna! 8)

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A-ha!

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...tapping finger patiently...

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I admire your tenacity, Andy. :)

Edit: By the way, what ever happened to those url links in your sig?

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Ant wrote:
I admire your tenacity, Andy. :)

Edit: By the way, what ever happened to those url links in your sig?


The Compilation64 website is crippled by the 5Gigs free hosting. Every time I get the .php features working, 5Gigs shifts the goalposts and alters the access permissions on their servers. I was in discussion with Kim at Lemon64 about him hosting the site and cross linking with Lemon64; he had problems creating the sub domain (compilation64.lemon64.com) because of his host screwing him around and it kind of died a death there.

The Funkscientist site is kind of "inactive" at the moment. MTR and I weren't getting much done so it was kind of stupid keeping the site live with old stuff on there. I've kept hold of the domain for the future, however.

And don't change the subject... ;)

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