[rescue] Looking for sun 13w3 monitor or 13w3 to VGA adapter

Joshua Boyd jdboyd at jdboyd.net
Fri Dec 21 13:19:29 CST 2007

On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 12:30:20PM -0700, Richard wrote:
> In article <C3916CE3.4BD9F%shatle at nfldinet.com>,
>     Steve Hatle <shatle at nfldinet.com>  writes:
> > Come up to Minneapolis and there's a rack Origin 2000 that needs a home. We
> > have a dock! <grin>
> Google says 1300 miles and 18 hours of driving.  Not in the winter
> time, sorry :-).  For anything over 12 hours of distance, I generally
> pass unless the stuff can be freight shipped by a reliable freight
> carrier.  (I've only found one that will pack items to my
> satisfaction.)  If the stuff is really good (like the 4-rack Onyx2
> Reality Monster plus other gear), then I'll fly out and rent a Penske
> truck to drive it back.  But it has to be approaching a full truckload
> worth of stuff to make it worthwhile to do that.  The St. Louis haul
> was 4 Onyx2 racks, a Challenge XL, a full size Onyx, a deskside
> Crimson and a box of spaceballs :-).  That made for a full truck going
> home and the handling of the Reality Monster was the way I'd want it.
> If I'd freight shipped that, I shudder to think how the Reality
> Monster would have shown up.
> Tucson was about the maximum haul I want to do in one day of driving.

Who have you used for freight?  Any chance that Yellow Freight is the
one you like?  Every now I think about looking into using them.

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