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Re: [PLUG] Microsoft Run High School?

On Sat, Sep 06, 2003 at 11:16:20AM -0400, Jeffrey J. Nonken wrote:
> OTOH, Apple hasn't been entirely nice to schools either, so I gather.
> For a while they were pushing substandard junk on them. I'm not sure
> of those details either, but I give you the example of the Power
> MacIntosh 5260, now considered a road apple. Springfield Township
> school district (that's Springfield Township, Montgomery County, not
> to be confused with Springfield, Chester County) recently upgraded to

I've never heard of Springfield, Chester County but I _have_ heard of
Springfield, Delaware County.  That's probably the one you mean.

Springfield, BTW, is the most popular town name in America.  No wonder
the Simpson's is situated there!

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