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Telephony    (15 January 1984 - ??)

Currently member of :
The Douched Moose (15/10-1989 -> ) [web]
Ex member of :
Brain Damage Studios
Functions :
BBS Graphician, Coder, Graphician, Logo Graphician, Modem Trader, Organizer, Sysop, Webmaster
Founder of :
The Douched Moose

Handlestory :
When I worked for Norm's Vending in Juneau AK. USA in 1984, one of our accounts was the telephone company. One day I needed to use their restroom, and I saw a copy of a magazine titled "Telephony" on the cistern lid; I thought it was pronounced "tel uh FOAN'ee" and so the name stuck -- with that pronounciation too.

Trivia :
I wrote the intro for Hardline #10 for BDS (Brain Damage Studios): Icebreaker (Andrew Krepela) wanted rotating skulls and some zax that needed ripping coded into the intro. I was granted membership in BDS a short time thereafter.

Other handles used by this scener :(Display all info for all handles)
Urine Potato

Country :
United States

Credits :
DownloadWarp Damage by The Douched Moose ...  1993 One-File Demo  (Code, Graphics, Text)
DownloadMag Factor Three by The Douched Moose ...  1992 Demo  (Code, Graphics, Text)

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