<br><br>I haven't ever been to a release...so I might just make the trek up to Cinn. Ohio and check it out. Anyone else going by one? Wonder if shirts will be given out?<br><br><br><br><br><br>http://www.apple.com/retail/panther/<br><br>
Better yet, take the purple line to the Amtrack line to Penn Station to the R train to Prince St, walk two blocks west and I'll meet you at the SoHo store! <br><br>That wasn't so hard, was it? <br><br>
It's a 80 mile drive to either regional Apple store for me. They giving away G5s?...because that's what it would take to get me to make the drive. Besides, I'll probably wait to see what goes awry with Panther before making the jump. Hehheh, I'm learning.<br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
No, the MBTA would take me NORTH. I'd go directly to Providence or Kingston and right onto the Amtrak to NY. Why go north to go south?? But,...d'oh! What am I thinking? I have to WORK Friday! Cambridge is feasible. NY would mean about a 11:50 PM arrival.<br><br>
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