[clug] (For Sale): The Tech Support Magic 8-ball

Cody Miller cody.miller at aeria-networks.com.au
Thu Dec 15 21:54:11 GMT 2005

I wouldnt mind 2 if you can.

Contact out-of-list for more info.

Cody Miller

On Fri, 16 Dec 2005 08:50:39 +1100, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
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> John Fletcher wrote:
>>>My husband heard about this particular kind of 8 ball while playing
>>>one of his games online with friends.  Any way they can still be
>>>acquired?  What a novel idea!!
>> They were pretty cool.  They were custom-made, AFAIR a guy on this list
>> actually saw them in the US and got some made himself.  Or maybe he just
>> ordered them from the US?  I can't remember - I just know they weren't
>> available on the shop shelf.  I got mine directly from him and gave it
>> to a friend as a present.  It had stuff like "divide by zero", "blue
>> screen of death" and "copy to /dev/null" on it.  Unfortunately I can't
>> recall who it was and if he hasn't seen this message you might be out of
>> luck.  You could always get your own made up...
> Yes, I'm the person who got these into Australia; I still have plenty, and
> will be hawking^H^H^H^H^H^H^H offering them for sale at the christmas
> barbecue.
> They're about the size of a large orange, black except for a portal at the
> top
> and a white area with 1000(binary) on the bottom.  Ask it a question,
> shake it
> a few times, and the correct solution will mystically appear in the
> portal.
> It could be "Caffeine", "RTFM", "Network Error" or another of the twenty
> answers kept inside the sphere.  You can spoil your fun and find out all
> twenty by going to http://members.verizon.net/~pgrzelak/1000/, Paul
> Grzelak's
> original site.
> I have them on sale for $18, plus shipping to wherever you are in
> Australia.
> Let me know if you want one.
> Have fun,
> Paul
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