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OKay this comment is suppossed to be light hearted.

On wikipedia (which is always right.. YEAH?) if you look at Acorn's page..... at the bottom is says

# RISC OS Ltd. develop Acorn's OS under licence from Castle

I thought that one was funny... :-0

Cheers Bob

 is a RISC OS Usernijinsky on 10/12/08 5:42PM
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