'rapidlok?'
Author:Nate (guest: search)
Date: Wed, Jan 05th, 2011 @ 01:18 ( . )

Ok, so how about it Randall and danattacker? Any chance of following up? Thanks.


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'rapidlok - fact or fiction?'
Author:Kevin (guest: search)
Date: Thu, Feb 03rd, 2011 @ 12:44 ( . )

FACT or FICTION:

Two brothers appear on a website, claiming they were unaware of each others' posts (despite them being in the same thread) concerning the legendary Rapidlok copy protection method.

They also claim to be the sons of Rapidlok's developer.

Are these two individuals really the sons of Rapidlok's developer or two jesters stringing everyone along with hopes of information on Rapidlok?

Why the secrecy and dad's reluctance to offer information on an obsolete copy-protection scheme that serves no purpose other than archival initiatives and nostalgia?

Do you find it odd that they happened upon the same website unbeknownst to each other, and joined the same conversation about their supposed father, both offering to help in the quest, yet have offered nothing but unfulfilled promises for over eight months?

Is it a true that these two gentlemen are who they claim to be, or is this some scheme concocted by two clowns who get a cheap thrill offering false hope to the Commodore preservation community?

Fact or fiction - cast your votes.


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'rapidlok - fact or fiction?'
Author:hyper active (registered user: 296 posts )
Date: Thu, Feb 03rd, 2011 @ 20:09 ( . )

I'll bet 50 bucks he's lying.


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'rapidlok - fact or fiction?'
Author:visualmess (registered user: 47 posts )
Date: Fri, Feb 04th, 2011 @ 11:34 ( . )

My vote is fiction. Too many coinsidences that Kevin points out.


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'rapidlok - fact or fiction?'
Author:Nate (guest: search)
Date: Fri, Feb 04th, 2011 @ 15:40 ( . )

I don't really care. If it's a troll, it's a pretty silly one.

You never put a lot of stock in things offered over the Internet until someone puts up something real.


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'rapidlok - fact or fiction?'
Author:Kevin (guest: search)
Date: Sat, Feb 05th, 2011 @ 00:22 ( . )

On 02/04/2011 @ 15:40, Nate wrote :
I don't really care. If it's a troll, it's a pretty silly one.
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: You never put a lot of stock in things offered over the Internet until someone puts up something real.
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Seems you cared until about 31 days ago. You were still asking them questions. :-)


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