Post by JamesHiggins on Feb 7, 2005 15:38:13 GMT -5
That was me. I went with you to the Amstrad offices and there was a technical meeting at which they presented and looked for input for the GX4000 (I think). There was also a marketing meeting that I had to endure too, at which I remember one of Mr Sugars employees awkwardly presented sales projections etc., at which point Alan Sugar piped up from the back of the room...
"Speak up the can't fuckin' 'ear you!" - What a charmer!
Post by JamesHiggins on Feb 7, 2005 16:25:20 GMT -5
Doing good - Thanks. How are things with you?
I've been out in Sunny Southern CA for the last five years and have - still - managed to keep my pale Scottish skin-tones. All of those years in the Ocean crypt probably played a part in my inability to tolerate direct sunlight
I remember Paul Harrison. That was a day when I had a valuable life-lesson. That being, not everyone relies on their wit to resolve conflict. Still, some good things came from it. I got a nice parking spot at the Castlefield Car Park instead of out front at the warehouse...
Post by JamesHiggins on Feb 8, 2005 12:51:21 GMT -5
Great site! I've seen it now - thanks!
Quite bizarre seeing that after all these years (14?). Actually always annoyed me that they pulled that question out of nowhere about the influence of video-game violence. I was expecting a few minutes of here's the game we're working on... blah blah.