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When I was 15 years old, on 12/11/96 at 7:06PM, I posted the following on an IBM Bulletin board system (BBS):

Dear IBM Operator... I wanted to know if you could give me the phone numbers to three other BBS boards. The names of these boards are the Cirrus Logic BBS, the WesternDigital BBS, and the Microsoft BBS... Also, if you have any other BBS numbers could you send those to... Thank you.

I found this in a text file I had on an old floppy disk, and now I want to find what else I might have posted on this BBS.

Is there anywhere online that has an archive of BBS messages, and specifically the IBM BBS around the date cited above?

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closed as off topic by Dave M, Keltari, Xavierjazz, Shinrai, grawity Aug 28 '12 at 17:10

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Posting so that I can check back later if soemone has posted an answer for you. I used to visit a few dozen different BBS locations when i was younger, and would love to see what sort of crap I was getting into then. Aside from playing Planets: TEoS, LORD, and Food Fight that is... – francisswest Aug 28 '12 at 17:01
I wonder if the guy would know of any archives. – grawity Aug 28 '12 at 17:02

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