Last time I looked, the DVDs were indeed discs. What is your problem?
Ohhh... a CD is a disc, too - dang, so is a 3.5 floppy..... rats, so is a
5.25 floppy.... OMG, so is an iomega zip disc... Oh, the humanity.....
If you weren't such a flake, you could do up your fly and go outside and
<hurricane 575 @ihotmail.com> wrote in message
> On Sun, 03 Apr 2005 20:04:46 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >The factory service manuals used by the dealer (the red discs - not the
> >yellow discs) are time limited. A disc dated Jan2005 will not work now
> >unless the copyright protection is defeated.
> >For those that care, all of these discs are marked with a variation on
> >for resale".
> >For those with a high level of integrity (I'm not passing judgement, I'm
> >stating fact) factory manuals are available at http://www.helmsinc.com
> the dated ones
> they are called DVD
> must not need them that much in the washrack i bet
> hurc ast