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Old November 19th 03, 07:11 PM
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: The hard drives are for Matt - an over the phone update (MTOG)
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: Wonder what happens it the company after the 25th January 2004?
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A firm that builds hard drives is a reputable aircraft builder ?
Looking at the presentation it's very airy fairy with no details.
And its not even April 1


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Old November 20th 03, 04:58 PM
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The hard drives are for Matt - an over the phone update (MTOG)

Wonder what happens it the company after the 25th January 2004?

rm

John Smith wrote:

There's a company named ProtoScience in the U.S.A. that is making "personal
VTOL" vehicles that look like a flying motorcycle. Seems they are building
a couple hundred of them for the military (known as VerLiVee's) and will
also make them available to civilians under the name ProtoBike VTOL. I sure
would like to have one. Looks like fun. Protoscience isn't really
advertising them, but supposedly they can be bought by civilians for a mere
65 grand. Visit www.ProtoScience.com/protobike.html for information.

Enjoy!

John (When emailing me directly, remove the underscores from my posted
email address)





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Old November 20th 03, 08:53 PM
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"George Black" wrote in message ...

"ops" wrote in message
...
:
: The hard drives are for Matt - an over the phone update (MTOG)
:
: Wonder what happens it the company after the 25th January 2004?
:
: rm
:
A firm that builds hard drives is a reputable aircraft builder ?
Looking at the presentation it's very airy fairy with no details.
And its not even April 1


They don't seem to be building hard drives either. Their whole
web page is full of vaporware.


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Old November 21st 03, 01:03 AM
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George Black wrote:
"ops" wrote in message
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:
: The hard drives are for Matt - an over the phone update (MTOG)
:
: Wonder what happens it the company after the 25th January 2004?
:
: rm
:
A firm that builds hard drives is a reputable aircraft builder ?
Looking at the presentation it's very airy fairy with no details.
And its not even April 1




Its the domain name that expires then.

 




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