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Totally Obscene Importers   (TOI)

Founded by :
Gladiator in January 1987

Group Types :
Demo Group, Import Group

Base Country :
United States

Trivia :
"Lasted about 2 weeks long" << definitely not true as our current knowledge of their releases put them from Jan. 87 through Apr. 88

"imports" meant taking USA cracks and making them available in the local Tampa Bay area.

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

All Members :
Beach Boy   (ex) .... Cracker
Dr. Jay   (ex) (1988 -> 1988) .... Co-Sysop, Coder, Cracker, Phreaker, Swapper
Gladiator   (ex) .... (unknown function)
Mr. Me   (ex) (1988 -> 1988) .... Coder, Fullscreen Graphician, Graphician, Logo Graphician

BBS's :
Phreak Pit (Support)
The Ramp (Support)
The Ramp II (Support)

Releases : (4)
Download8th Wonder of the World ... 1988 Demo
Rasters ... 1988 4K Intro
TOI Intro ... 1988 Crack intro
DownloadML Toolkit ... 1987 Tool Collection

User Comment
Submitted by Radd Maxx on 30 October 2019
All these same members and Tampa BBSs are mentioned in the TOI utilities disk dated Jan. 10th, 1987. Even if they fat-fingered the year that still makes this longer than a two-week long effort. Founding year changed to 1987 because of this.
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