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Re: A love letter to the floppy disk
Posted on 4-Feb-2020 12:18:01
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Joined: 13-Nov-2003
Posts: 652
From: Melbourne

@mdr

Dear Floppy Diskette,

I understand you didn't mean to hurt me. That your corruption and loss of memory were all due to disease.
I want you to understand, it's not you, it's me.
I found the love of my life with flash memory, she's reliable, fast and error-free.
No, there's no point in talking, I have made my mind up.

...Die

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