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Future Fish Reports: Questions

After bragging about my high-tech “ManCave” in the past—I have since had quite a bit of egg on my face.  Since saving high-def games from a TiVo to a computer external hard drive is new process—the software is flakey and prone to problems on an ongoing basis.  It has been a real pain and costly.

The worst of it?  I lost three games in a transfer malfunction and will never be able to retrieve them intact.  They are from last year, the Arizona State, Washington, and most crucial, the Stanford game.  To make the tutorials this summer in videos—I really need those games.

Question #1  Do any of you in Oregon have the game(s) in High Def. and on TiVo?  I will come to you if you are in Oregon…  This request is a biggie…and I would be grateful for a copy.

Question #2  Do any of you have an older version of the video editing software “Final Cut”  for a Mac that you would be willing to sell cheaply?  (The new version is 300.00 off the internet)

Do you know anyone with either of the above?  I would be grateful as this is a big project.

Thanks.

FishDuck            Contact me at fishduck83@gmail.com  

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