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I finally found my MTH Railware disk, which is basically a track designer... It came with the RTR set I bought a while ago... I had looked for it in my pile of old computer games a while ago but did not see it... Today I went to look for an old game in that same pile (which I could not find) and I found the Railware disk :rolleyes:

Now I can design a bunch of O scale layouts which I will never build :laugh:
 

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They'll do that, ya know.

I had a disc (or is is disk?) I had some vacation pics on in a stack.

Went through it a bajillion times and never could find it.

Then, the wife picks up the pile and it falls out.
 

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I had a disc (or is is disk?) I had some vacation pics on in a stack.
Oh shoot, you got me, LOL... I guess the correct spelling is "disc"...

“Compact disc” is spelled with a “C” because that’s how its inventors decided it should be rendered; but a computer hard disk is spelled with a “K” In modern technological contexts, “disks” usually reproduce data magnetically, while “discs” (CD-ROMs, DVDs, etc.) reproduce it “optically,” with lasers.
From: http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~brians/errors/disc.html
 

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Sorta like the way Games Workshops distinguishes between their fantasy ORCS and the SciFi ORKS.

Got it.


Wait.


What?
 
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