They're both toys, wannabes. But I suppose both get the job
done...barely. And both are a POS excuse for the real thing.
If you're trying to defend WebTV...I have used it. It's certainly not
efficient, it's just barely useful, and I don't see how it could
possibly be cost-effective as it costs just as much as a real Internet
connection. True you can save the cost of a PC but you can get one of
those at Walmart for 200.00 or less.
You won't notice the splinters in the ladder of success,
unless you are sliding down.
Would comment more, but my Visa card is burning a hole in my pocket and I hear
Wal-Mart calling my name... :)
P.S. Take that chip off your shoulder...you do what you like with your
workshop, and everyone else should do the same.
email@example.com (RM MS) wrote in message
Yeah, I guess you could build one yourself, just to prove that it can
be done. But let's see, figure about $5-6 each for the wheels, I
won't add in the cost of lumber, brings the total to $25-30. Harbor
Freight mobile base - $29.95, $19.95 if you wait for it to be on sale.
Now I am no great furniture maker or anything, but I would rather
spend my time on better projects than that. Oh, I've built a few
stands and benches, but only when what I want is not available, or
much cheaper to make than buy.
My one question about Pirate Bob... why does he think we are all BAD?
("Don't be fooled by the tools prices I pay, I'm still, I'm still
Davey from the Bay")
firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris) wrote in message
Just checked Harbor Freight this morning and it sez "This item is no
longer available online or discontinued. So maybe I *will* be making
one (I was being cheap and holding out for the $19.95 sale.)
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