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chowen

  1 month ago

It is definitely time for me to think about getting some sleep, it has been a busy if not too productive day.

I gave up on surveys this afternoon, one completed form seven was not fun, especially when they are all repeat screen outs. Still I can hope for better luck tomorrow, my luck cant be bad all the time, well I hope it can't. Tomorrow is going to be a quiet day, nothing important to do unless I get a call to ask me to do something. One of these days I will surprise them when i refuse to do something, so far I have never refused. My problem is I am not able to say no, if I get asked to do something.

Do you find it easy to refuse to do something when asked ?
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
For landline telephone requests the answer is an ansaphone. Classic voice-fax-data modems are fun for that too; ideally ISA, e.g. USR Sportster internal 28.8 kb/s, running happily with a 386 cpu AT-mobo, 4 megs of ram, < 40 watts running Win3.11...
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A 16 bit copy of SuperVoice, c/w officious UK English female secretarial voice OGM's :). ICM's are stored on hdd either as highly compressed .vox files, or with additional ISA sound ( playback ) card as more space-consumptive .wav files. Then ( perhaps with matching 'period' crt monitor ) you can have fun playing lots of fascinating classic s/w from The Wayback Machine website on same system too :).
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If you insist on more recent TAM s/w, there's this :
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https://callstation.software.informer.com/download/
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
I find it easy to say no Chris .
I said no to the flowers survey , and finished on 6 out of 15 .
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