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Bootlegger of Euphoria.
Gandalf Magician.  Frequent visitor
of the Crusaders BBS.  His dad owns
the shop which supplies the
Crusaders HQ with coke.X



ADS and JROK of Quartex.
Jester and Mike, also in Quartex.

These two pictures were originally
one, but we had to split it in the
middle.



Slayer of  Scoopex. No  further
presentation  should  be necessary,
but  just  for the record:  He made
the legendary "Mental
Hangover" -demo.
 Spadge!



 Bomber and Pinhead.  
 Former Amaze-members.  
 Now with Anarchy.
 El Cubo / Crusaders.
 As drawn by Bustman / Crusaders.

:-)



 Name: Hawkeye of Prologic
 Age: 15
 Job: Swapper
 Love: COòL demos.
 Hate: Big phonebills
 Comments: Friendship 4ever
Isepic  of  Express.  A good friend
of  The  Crusaders  and a Eurochart
Correspondent.



 Jaffa
 Recently left Angels 
 and joined Crystal.
Judgde  Drokk  of Anarchy, and Jeff
Minter.  The latter the author of a
lot of classic games on the 64.



Some of the guys in Kefrens.

 Maestro Milkshake
Nightlight Icronite
 Mace of Phenomena.

 Picture taken by Tip of Phenomena.



 Marvin of Anarchy.

 Graphics artist.
 
 Mosh of Anarchy.

 He made the "Smoker"-demo.



 Mr.Doom of The Magiclords.
Ozark  of  Mythic.  The only one so
far  who  has sent a picture of his
sister.  So Currently he is leading
the "Hot Sister Compøetition".



The  sister  of Ozark / Mythic.  If
you  think  your  sister  is better
looking than this,  send  us  a
picture of her!
 Anarchy!

Psycho Golem Teeze



 Sataniac of Truansers.
Seaside Boy of Air  with his little
sister  Ann Cecilie. Picture  was 
taken about 12  years ago.  Air are
looking for more Coders.



 ACBS of Ram Jam.  

 Italian of course.
 Bootflash of Codebusters.



  Dr. Outtasight at your service.
 Sysop at the Crusaders "Home,
 Sweet Home" BBS.  Climax of Anxious. Founder,
swapper  and  graphics  artist from
Anxious H.Q.  He's 16 years old and
at present learning to code.



 Lapplander.

Caught by Dr.Satan of Pussy trying
to get away with the doctor's C 64.
 Dragon of Addonic.



Morgan of Warriors
 Arctic Fox of Amaze
 aren't we looking  TOUGH!
I get  so scared  I think  I'll pee
myself..! Mean, mean, mean dudes!

 Maverick of IMP-6.



Odyssey. When we got this picture
he  said  he  was probably going to
join  Crystal. So  I  guess  he's
probably a member of Crystal now.
 Natas of Cycron Norway.

 Swapper - no hard feelings!



 Paul McBody of Intuition.
 Paleface of Rebels.



Here's  Wolf of Pussy, sleeping his
beauty  sleep  in  Dr.Yes' parents'
water-bed after a hard  night
drinking Coke?!?
Yo!  Here we have another new group
from  Nordland,  yee! To the left
we've  got Powerfreak of Zone 7, in
the  middle  Predator of Zone 7 and
of course Hijack to the right.



VOTED BEST ARCADE GAMES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Kick Off 2 / Final Whistle     230    14.46 %    (1)        
 2. Lotus Espirit Turbo Challenge  176    11.06 %    (3)        
 3. Z-out                          105     6.60 %    [@]        
 4. Nitro                           72     4.52 %    (4)        
 5. Indianapolis 500                70     4.40 %    (6)        
    Lemmings                        70     4.40 %    [@]        
 7. Wings                           68     4.27 %    (2)        
 8. Speedball 2                     58     3.64 %    [@]        
 9. Stunt Car Racer                 46     2.89 %    (5)        
10. Twintris                        41     2.57 %    (10)       






VOTED BEST ADVENTURE & STRATEGY GAMES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Powermonger                  184    13.78 %    [@]        
 2. Sim City / Sim Earth         115     8.61 %    (2)        
 3. Operation Stealth             77     5.76 %    (1)        
 4. Pirates                       58     4.34 %    (4)        
 5. Supremacy                     58     4.34 %    (3)        
 6. Chaos Strikes Back            57     4.26 %    [@]        
 7. Dungeon Master                56     4.19 %    (5)        
 8. Elvira                        56     4.19 %    [@]        
 9. Leisure Suit Larry 3          46     3.44 %    (7)        
10. Populous                      42     3.14 %    (6)        






VOTED BEST ONE-PART DEMOS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Phenomena - "Animotion"                 161    11.96 %    [@]    
 2. Cryptoburners - "Hunt for 7th October"  152    11.30 %    (2)    
 3. Red Sector Inc. - Cebit '90             145    10.78 %    (3)    
 4. Cryptoburners - "3rd Dimension"          81     6.02 %    [@]    
 5. Rebels - "Total Triple Trouble"          64     4.76 %    [@]    
 6. Vertigo - "Fill'em All"                  60     4.46 %    [@]    
 7. Angels - "Coppermaster"                  49     3.64 %    (4)    
 8. Frantic - "Cardamon"                     43     3.19 %    [@]    
 9. Kefrens - "Powermunker"                  42     3.12 %    [@]    
10. Exit - "Quo Vadis?"                      39     2.90 %    [@]    
11. Flash Production - "Bubblefields"        35     2.60 %    [@]    
12. Dual Crew - "Yum Yum"                    33     2.45 %    (10)   
13. Anarchy - "Smoker"                       28     2.08 %    (8)    
    Rebels - "Coma"                          28     2.08 %    (12)   
15. Phenomena - "Vectormania"                26     1.93 %    (14)   
    Treacl - "Medley Relation"               26     1.93 %    [@]    
17. Anarchy - "Phantasmagoria"               25     1.86 %    (6)    
18. Phenomena - "Obvious Disaster"           21     1.56 %    [@]    
19. Anarchy - "Madness"                      20     1.48 %    (9)    
    Pure Metal Coders - "Mesmerized"         20     1.48 %    [@]    

VOTED BEST MEGADEMOS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Budbrain Megademo                     247    18.95 %    (1)         
 2. Scoopex - "Mental Hangover"           170    13.04 % (from one-part)
 3. Budbrain Megademo 2                   152    11.66 %    [@]         
 4. Red Sector Inc. Megademo              149    11.43 %    (2)         
 5. Kefrens Megademo VIII                  96     7.36 %    (3)         
 6. Animators - Iraq demo                  76     5.83 %    [@]         
 7. Wizzcat - "Trashcan"                   72     5.52 %    (7)         
 8. Cryptoburners Megademo 2               55     4.22 %    (8)         
 9. Crionics - "Neverwhere"                47     3.60 %    (4)         
10. Horizon - "Sleeping Bag"               36     2.76 %    [@]         
11. Alcatraz Megademo 4                    30     2.30 %    (6)         
12. Brainstorm Megademo                    21     1.61 %    (5)         
13. Kefrens - "The Wall"                   19     1.45 %    [@]         
14. The Spec. Bros. - "Maximum Overdrive"  13     0.99 %    [@]         
15. Crionics - "Total Destruction"         12     0.91 %    [@]         
16. Acme Megademo                          11     0.84 %    [@]         
    Rebels Megademo 2                      11     0.84 %    [@]         
18. Deathstar Megademo                      9     0.69 %    [@]         
    Dexion Megademo                         9     0.69 %    [@]         
20. Dragons Megademo                        7     0.53 %    [@]         
    Flash Production - "No Brain, No Pain"  7     0.53 %    (8)         

SUGGESTION TO BEST INTROGROUPS MARCH 1991.       PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LIST HAS NOT BEEN VOTED FOR AND DOES NOT REFLECT THE PUBLIC OPINION.                   1. Anarchy     
 2. Scoopex     
 3. Brainstorm  
 4. Skid Row    
 5. Vision      
 6. Razor 1911  
 7. Horizon     
 8. Pussy       
 9. Motion      
10. Cytax       

This list has not been voted for - it is not a real chart. We just   
looked through the latest intros and wrote down some group names,    
as a suggestion to a "Best intros" list. From the next time on,      
this list will of course be voted for like all the other lists.      
Note that this is a list of which groups who make the best intros,   
not a list of best individual intros. (Because there are so many     
intros that look alike, and intros seldom have names like demos.)    
Don't take the above list seriously, it has nothing to do with       
voting or popularity or anything else. We just looked at the ten     
first disks we could find, and wrote down some group names.          


VOTED BEST CODERS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Slayer / Scoopex            294    18.12 %    (1) 
 2. Delta / Red Sector Inc.     246    15.15 %    (2) 
 3. Tec / Cryptoburners         239    14.73 %    (3) 
 4. Promax / Kefrens            122     7.52 %    (4) 
 5. Celebrandil / Phenomena      84     5.17 %    [@] 
 6. Kreator / Anarchy            58     3.57 %    (5) 
 7. Sulky Fellow / Vertigo       47     2.89 %    (9) 
 8. Metallion / Kefrens          45     2.77 %    (6) 
 9. Corsair / Skid Row           40     2.46 %    (7) 
10. Mr.Gurk / Phenomena          31     1.91 %    (10)
11. Psycho / Budbrain            29     1.78 %    (11)
12. 16 Beat / United Forces      24     1.47 %    [@] 
13. Kaktus+Mahoney / Northstar   23     1.41 %    (12)
14. Mosh / Anarchy               19     1.17 %    [@] 
15. Droopy / Rebels              18     1.10 %    [@] 
16. Gonzo / Flash Production     17     1.04 %    [@] 
17. Dan / Anarchy                16     0.98 %    (17)
18. Icronite / Kefrens           13     0.79 %    [@] 
19. Exolon / Fairlight           12     0.73 %    (20)
    Panther / Sanity             12     0.73 %    [@] 

VOTED BEST GRAPHIC ARTISTS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Joe / Scoopex             127     8.88 %    (1) 
 2. Reward / Scoopex          125     8.74 %    (2) 
 3. Havok                     114     7.97 %    (6) 
 4. Golem / Anarchy           103     7.20 %    (5) 
 5. Diablo / Budbrain          99     6.92 %    (7) 
 6. Slash / Kefrens            79     5.52 %    [@] 
 7. Dark / Red Sector Inc.     78     5.45 %    (4) 
 8. Uno / Scoopex              77     5.38 %    [@] 
 9. Madonna Freak / Crionics   66     4.61 %    (8) 
10. Tobias Richter             57     3.98 %    (10)
11. Dr.C / Red Sector Inc.     54     3.77 %    (3) 
12. C-Dryk / Demons            48     3.35 %    (15)
13. Mikael Balle / Silents     34     2.37 %    (11)
14. Terminator / Phenomena     32     2.23 %    (13)
15. Milkshake / Kefrens        28     1.95 %    (17)
16. Rico "Beanbag" Holmes      27     1.88 %    (9) 
17. PGCS / Alcatraz            25     1.74 %    (12)
18. Loremaster                 21     1.46 %    [@] 
19. Mystik / Anarchy           16     1.11 %    (17)
20. Phantom Lord / Animators   12     0.83 %    [@] 

VOTED BEST AMIGA MUSICIANS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. 4-Mat / Anarchy                 286    18.20 %    (1)        
 2. Romeo Knight / Red Sector Inc.  197    12.53 %    (2)        
 3. Uncle Tom / Scoopex             125     7.95 %    (3)        
 4. Walkman / Cryptoburners         109     6.93 %    (4)        
 5. Jesper Kyd / Silents             87     5.53 %    (5)        
 6. Bruno / Anarchy                  75     4.77 %    (7)        
 7. Firefox / Phenomena              69     4.39 %    (6)        
 8. Mantronix / Razor 1911           66     4.20 %    (17)       
 9. Tip / Phenomena                  53     3.37 %    [@]        
10. Maestro / Kefrens                45     2.86 %    (9)        
11. Diablo / Budbrain                43     2.73 %    (11)       
12. Jester / Red Sector Inc.         31     1.97 %    [@]        
13. Delorean / Vertigo               30     1.90 %    (17)       
14. Nightlight / Kefrens             28     1.78 %    (9)        
15. Einstein / Betrayal              22     1.38 %    (17)       
16. Rhesus Minus / Cryptoburners     19     1.20 %    [@]        
17. Static / Rebels                  13     0.82 %    [@]        
18. Grubi / Brainstorm               12     0.76 %    (13)       
19. Heatbeat / Rebels                10     0.63 %    [@]        
    Rogue Male / Ecstacy             10     0.63 %    [@]        

VOTED BEST DISK MAGAZINES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Zine - Brainstorm                    784    50.64 %    (1)     
 2. D.I.S.C. - Various                   160    10.33 %    (3)     
 3. Cracker Journal - Alpha Flight       140     9.04 %    (2)     
 4. Stolen Data - Anarchy/Axis/Flash P.  103     6.65 %    (4)     
 5. Hack Mag - D-Tect                     94     6.07 %    (5)     
 6. I.C.E. / Cytax                        63     4.06 %    [@]     
 7. Fourth Dimension - Cryptoburners      55     3.55 %    (7)     
 8. The Sentinel - Euphoria/Dictators     51     3.29 %    (10)    
 9. Freedom Crack - Amaze                 36     2.32 %    [@]     
10. Smooth Criminal - Dual Crew           30     1.93 %    (6)     






VOTED BEST REAL MAGAZINES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. CU Amiga                202    16.53 %    (1) 
 2. Playboy                 122     9.98 %    (3) 
 3. The One                 103     8.42 %    (2) 
 4. Amiga Format             77     6.30 %    (4) 
 5. Dator Magazin            71     5.81 %    (6) 
 6. Amiga Special            65     5.31 %    (5) 
 7. Donald Duck              45     3.68 %    [@] 
 8. Computer & Video Games   33     2.70 %    (10)
 9. Amiga Computing          31     2.53 %    (8) 
10. Ace                      30     2.45 %    (7) 
    Penthouse                30     2.45 %    [@] 






VOTED HOTTEST SWAPPERS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Horizon                    130    10.27 %    (1) 
 2. Skid Row                    99     7.82 %    (4) 
 3. Angels/Defjam               71     5.61 %    (3) 
 4. Dual Crew                   65     5.13 %    (6) 
 5. Amaze                       58     4.58 %    (11)
 6. Scoopex                     57     4.50 %    (5) 
 7. Panic                       41     3.24 %    [@] 
 8. Red Sector Inc. / Tristar   40     3.16 %    (16)
 9. Adept                       34     2.68 %    [@] 
10. Cave                        32     2.52 %    (7) 
    Flash Production            32     2.52 %    (13)
12. Anarchy                     30     2.37 %    (9) 
13. Rebels                      29     2.29 %    (13)
14. Vision                      26     2.05 %    (8) 
15. Quartex                     24     1.89 %    [@] 
16. Brainstorm                  23     1.81 %    (9) 
17. Wizzcat                     17     1.34 %    (17)
18. Cytax                       16     1.26 %    [@] 
    Dexion                      16     1.26 %    [@] 
20. Pussy                       15     1.18 %    [@] 

VOTED BEST UTILITIES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. XCopy Pro               266    17.48 %    (1) 
 2. DPaint III              230    15.12 %    (2) 
 3. Diskmaster 3.0 / 3.2    120     7.88 %    (4) 
 4. Masterseka              113     7.42 %    (7) 
 5. Noisetracker 2.0        100     6.57 %    (3) 
 6. Protracker               99     6.50 %    (8) 
 7. Diskmaster 1.4           83     5.45 %    (6) 
 8. Seka 3.2                 72     4.73 %    (5) 
 9. Cygnus Ed Professional   62     4.07 %    (10)
10. Devpac 2                 43     2.82 %    (9) 
11. AsmOne                   39     2.56 %    [@] 
12. Noisetracker 1.3         29     1.90 %    [@] 
13. Startrekker              27     1.77 %    [@] 
14. RattleCopy               23     1.51 %    [@] 
15. D-Copy                   17     1.11 %    [@] 
16. Turbo Backup             13     0.85 %    [@] 
17. Amos                     12     0.78 %    [@] 
18. Powerpacker              10     0.65 %    [@] 
    Word Perfect             10     0.65 %    [@] 
20. Virus-X                   9     0.59 %    [@] 

VOTED BEST PACK DISK MAKERS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Flash Production      154    12.60 %    (1)   
 2. Amaze                 120     9.81 %    (2)   
 3. Cytax                  99     8.10 %    (10)  
 4. Rebels                 82     6.71 %    (11)  
 5. Pussy                  72     5.89 %    (14)  
 6. Kefrens                54     4.41 %    (3)   
 7. Anarchy                53     4.33 %    (12)  
 8. Dexion                 35     2.86 %    (17)  
 9. Digitech               34     2.78 %    (4)   
10. Wizzcat                32     2.61 %    (8)   
11. Treacl                 30     2.45 %    [@]   
12. Magnetic Fields        26     2.12 %    (20)  
13. Brainstorm             24     1.96 %    (13)  
    Zylon / Alpha Flight   24     1.96 %    (19)  
15. Scoopex                22     1.80 %    (8)   
16. System 5               21     1.71 %    (7)   
17. Ecstacy                20     1.63 %    [@]   
18. Hypnosis               17     1.39 %    [@]   
    Panic                  17     1.39 %    [@]   
20. Cave                   16     1.30 %    [@]   

VOTED BEST GROUPS MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Red Sector Inc. / Tristar  224    13.89 %    (2) 
 2. Scoopex                    147     9.11 %    (3) 
 3. Anarchy                    134     8.31 %    (7) 
 4. Angels / Defjam            128     7.94 %    (5) 
 5. Skid Row                   123     7.63 %    (4) 
 6. Kefrens                    121     7.50 %    (6) 
 7. Cryptoburners              107     6.63 %    (8) 
 8. Phenomena                   95     5.89 %    (11)
 9. Quartex                     48     2.97 %    (12)
10. Rebels                      36     2.23 %    (13)
11. Brainstorm                  35     2.17 %    (9) 
12. Horizon                     31     1.92 %    [@] 
13. Razor 1911                  27     1.67 %    (14)
14. Dual Crew                   26     1.61 %    (19)
    Flash Production            26     1.61 %    (17)
16. Panic                       25     1.55 %    [@] 
17. Silents                     23     1.42 %    (10)
18. Vertigo                     22     1.36 %    (15)
19. Budbrain                    16     0.99 %    (19)
    Crystal                     16     0.99 %    [@] 

VOTED BEST MOVIES MARCH 1991                                                  
 1. Total Recall               193    14.69 %    (2) 
 2. Die Hard 2                 174    13.25 %    (1) 
 3. The Naked Gun               61     4.64 %    (6) 
 4. Arachnophobia               43     3.27 %    [@] 
    Hunt for the Red October    43     3.27 %    (7) 
 6. Die Hard                    41     3.12 %    (5) 
    Home Alone                  41     3.12 %    [@] 
 8. Bad Taste                   40     3.04 %    [@] 
    Robocop 2                   40     3.04 %    (3) 
10. Pretty Woman                38     2.89 %    (10)








                                                                 Hep
Hep Hep Hep Hep Hep Hep Hep.... Note from da boss... this scrolltext will
start off with Bustman and some news and greetings from him. After that,
Dr.Outtasight will give you another part of the highly popular story about
Ken, the guy who bought a replicant called Tanisha.. So if you're
following the story, just hang in there, or grab your Action Replay or
Nordic Power cartrigde and just rip the whole scrolltext. Ok, here goes
Bustman.. @1... ... ... ...@2Wrooom!@1  When you did not expect it...  Here is another dig
scroller by @2Bustman @1turning up at your dusty screen!  So, what the heck is
he going to tell us this time then?  Well, it is not a commercial concerning
buying graphics and shit.  Neither is it a story about the time when Bustman
got his head stuck in the toilet.  Hey man, this is actually a piece of text
with some @3VERY@1 important information.  So very important that I just had to
get it out through this faboulus new issue of our
@2Eurochart@1.  @3This will more
or less be very bad news too, that would say for my contacts.  Prepare your
eyes (or prepare your brains with a beer or two) and keep a first aid kit by
your side in case of emergency.  Well, I have in fact
@2STOPPED@3 all activities
concerning @2MAIL-SWAPPING@3!  It means that the very one and only hip dude
called Bustman is no longer a swapper!  Get it?  I am dead as a stone when
it comes to swapping disks.  So no use trying to write to me, atleast not
for swapping stuff.  The decision is final, I will not make a comeback into
the scene or crap, I have stopped
@2FOREVER@3.  ¶Jump around and scream hooray,
drown yourself in a bucket of acid, inform the @2CNN@1, throw some busemenner at
your local post office, do whatever.  Swapping just got TOO hard for me to
handle, and I got fed up.  Not to mention all the time I used on it, school
went shit and the same with my so-called graphics.  ...What now then?  Will
I die away or?  Nope.  I will start some modem-trading, when I have raised
enough money to buy a @3US ROBOTICS 14400@1 or some fat snacks.  This COULD take
quite a long time, so meanwhile I will take a @2BREAK@1.  I will now concentrate
on school and graphics, priority on improving my drawing skills ofcourse.
Ey up, what is now going to happen to all contacts of mine?  Yep, this is
quite complicated.  I do not know exactly for myself, but I will nearly for
sure give most of my contacts to a swapper in my neighbourhood.  But since
this is not quite clear, all my contacts will be informed through letters.
If you are one of my contacts, maybe you already are informed, who the shit
knows.  Well, that is it really.  To repeat, Bustman is no longer a fucking
swapper.  I quite enjoyed swapping when I was at it, but not when it was at
the worst.  Maybe I should thank all of my contacts for the time we have had
and spent together.  A very @3SPECIAL@1 thank must also ¶go to all my more or
less @2REAL@1 friends, without you I would have left the scene a long time ago.
I will maybe keep some of you as penpals, I do not know at this moment, but
anyway, you too will be informed through letters.  ...Well, I am now through
with my information.  Now follows a whole bunch of special messages, some
personal thanks and the usually stuff you find in normal intro-scrollers.
If you have been in touch with me then read on, maybe there is a hello to
you too.  If you do not know me or if you even think I am a shithead, then
drop this text and commit suicide by putting your willy in a socket.  So
here we go again.     ...@2Trix/Dexion@1 - I just had to put you first!  You are
one of my greatest friends on this planet and that should explain it.  Your
letters have recently been very outstanding, just far out man!  I just want
to  say one thing, may you never change your style!  (And I will ofcourse
never change mine!)     ...@3Tip/Phenomena@1 - Well, what to say?  You are also
a good friend and your letters are also great.  Your productions is of a
very high quality, so I guess no further comment is needed.  Keep up your
music, and remember that practise makes master.  Or as I usually put it, we
can never be good enough!     ...@2Hans/Euphoria@1 - Ey man, how is it going far
over there in Finland?  No other Finnish guy that I know writes such letters
as yours.  Fucking cool and far(t) out!  Keep it going.  A hi must also go
to @3Barrax/Euphoria@1.  Those phonecalls back in the past were just cool and
totally @2weirdo@1!     ...@3Apache/Vertigo@1 - Thanks for that speed metal!  Well,
it was not bad at all, it was infact quite good.  The latest demo of Vertigo
was just far beyond your standard, that means extremely good.  Quality goes
before quantity!     ...@2Jake/Rebels@1 - Hello drenge!  The interview you did
with me for @34th Dimension@1, maybe it should have been changed a little bit
now that I have stopped swapping.  Well, it is not important anyway.  Keep
up your cool pack-disks!     ...@2Zark/Triangle 3532@1 - Hej!  Here is a little
hello to you too @3Zark@1!  Have fun and keep up the work with the magnificent
pack-disks of yours!     ...@2Teeze/Anarchy@1 - Hey @3STRIP-TEEZE@1!  Ho-ho!  Well,
it is quite funny when you say your name in that way!  Well, I am not called
as much as @3Busemann@1 for nothing either!  Thanks for the photos for our new
section, @2The Gallery@1.  If they will be used or not, that is what we have to
check out.  I am not in charge of this section, you know.  Thanks for always
nice productions from @3Anarchy@1.  And ey, before I forget, a hello to that guy
over there in the UK, @2Mystik/Anarchy@1.  Thanks for your graphics, you will
get some in return ofcourse.  I have weird ways of drawing, but how else do
we create our own styles?  Keep up your work, and thanks again for the logo
you had drawn for us.     ...@2Heatbeat/Byterapers@1 - Hello and thanks for your
nice letters!  I guess you know quite a lot of other members in Crusaders,
but here is a greet from me too.     ...@3Axel/Brainstorm@1 - Hi mate!  How is
it going down there in @3S@2w@1i@3t@2z@1e@3r@2l@1a@3n@2d@1?  Thanks for that phonecall!  I think it
was around x-mas some time, right?  Well, your mag is just great!  Give a
big hug to @3Chester@1 for sending me @2Zine@1 when you were away on holiday!  Have
fun and keep up your music.     ...@3Flush/PMC@1 - Listen up!  Say, how is it
with your swapping?  Have you got a modem by now or what?  Well, take care
and see you at a party some time.     ...@2Terminator-X/Cytax@1 - Hello good old
buddy!  Thanks for all pack-disks you have sent recently!  The first issue
of @3I@1.@2C@1.@3E@1. was ok enough.  And if you ever talk to @3Zico@1, please give him a
big greet from me.  It is guys like @2Zico@1 that makes swapping fun, even if he
now is unactive!     ...@3Bimbex/Cryptoburners@1 - Hello Lasse!  Well, I guess
I talk a lot with you on the phone, but I see no reason why I should not
greet you too.  I have to admit, 4th Dimension is really a great mag.  So
you buy your deo at H&M, ey?  Ok, I will not make more fun of you, since I
guess your pals in @3Cryptoburners@1 already have done their job.  And what a
job too!     ...@2Avatar/Zylon/Alpha Flight@1 - Yo!  Glad to hear that you still
stick together with @3Zylon/Alpha Flight@1!  I absolutely agree with you, it
is the friends in your group that counts, I would @3NEVER@1 leave my buddies for
another group.  Thanks for long letters.     ...@2Omega/Dual Crew@1 - Hello to
you Omega!  This is @3FANTASTIC@1!  This is @2BEYOND IMAGINATION@1!  It is just
totally amazing, you have now broken the record!  No one has ever written to
me with such a long letter as yours!  You actually wrote SIX A4-pages, and
@3THAT@1 is what I call cool!  @2(Ha! That's nothing - you should see
Chester's letters to me.. Ed.)@1 Congratulations!  Well, it seems like people will
have problem beating this.  Since I now stop my swapping activities, you
will be the holder of this record the rest of my life.  I beg you, please
consider me as a fan of @2Dual Crew@1.  The humour in both @3Bleed I & II@1 is so
fucking great that I would immediately say that if someone would get me in
the mood and laughing, it would among others be you and your crew.  I just
can not wait for @2Bleed III@1!  Have a @3REAL@1 swell time and before I forget, it
is dudes like you and the others I have mentioned that deserve the price for
interesting letters.     ...@3Zorlac/Dominators@1 - Hey dude!  I must REALLY
thank you for sending me those movies!  You will @3NOT@1 regret that you laid
your trust upon me, by sending me a tape without even knowing if you would
get it back. So really thanks for the movies (Nightbreed, Predator II and
Arachnaphobia), I will never forget it.     ...@2Yoghurt/Network@1 - Yo!  I hope
you liked the logo I drawed for you.  Have fun with your pack-disks, and
thanks for all help collecting stuff for the Euronews.     ...To various
people in @3Absence@1 - Hello @3Quest@1 and @2Goofy@1!  Now, what should I say to you
guys then?  Shit, I am totally empty for messages to you.  I talk and meet
you so often that it is no need for messages.  Greets to you anyway, and
keep up your work (may it be graphics or swapping).     ...To some guys in
@2Andromeda@1 - Hello @3Mage@1 and @2Dr.Cruz@1!  Well, to you Mage I can only say, that
Iron Maiden rules (especially Eddie).  And when it comes to you, Dr.Cruz, I
have to thank you for printing out my essays.  Have a nice time, both of you
guys.     ...And at last a very special hello to a cool laban living in my
neighbourhood, and that is @3Silverbullet@1!  Yo mahn, what about watching some
splatter-movies?  Horror rules, yeah!  Ok, ok, too bad you are not present
while I am writing this.  See you later and stay high, ok?     ...Weeeell,
that is it for special messages.  As this is the end, let me just kick off
some normal greets to some dudes too.  Yep, some quick greets to these guys
written here... @2Turmoil/Scoopex UK ... @1Micronix/Red Sector ...
@2Mic Dair/Complex ... @3Infinity/Cave ... @2Tap/Image ... @1Nick/Rebels (Sweden)
... @3Apollo/Midnightsun ... @1Firecode/Amaze ... @2Xenio/Zero Defects ... And
the rest of the guys I know but do not have the time to mention.  And yeah,
hello to some @3VERY HYPERFAST@1 dudes known as @2The Genius/No Limits@1 and
@3Lix/Fraxion@1.  I know I can be slow sometimes too, but you beat me down the
toilet!  ...Now this text is getting preeeetty long, agree?  Guess I got to
end before I die of boredom myself.  See you somewhere else, ok?  And always
remember, @3Bustman@1 - when busemenner is enough!  ... I'll hand the
keyboard over to @2Dr.Outtasight@1 now - it wouldn't surprise me a bit if we get another
part of the story about @3Ken@1!!!  Here he cumz.....¶ 
          @3Dr. Outtasight sez:@2 Stay off drugs, guys! @1 You see, I've found a
substitute for @3cocaine. @1You cover @3Q-tips@2 with sandpaper and ram them up your
nostrils as far as they will go. Then you sniff talcum powder while shredding
hundred @2dollar @1bills. Once again it's time for the story about @2Ken@1.     You
know. They guy you all love so much and all that @2bullshit@1. Anyway, let's get
on with it - - >          Life was different for Ken these days.
After getting his own @2Replicant@1 he also got new friends. Some good and some who
just wanted to check out his @3'bird'@1. Ken's mother seemed happier than ever before,
and she could had more time off now that Tanisha did some of the work around the
house. When Tanisha had some time off, she drove a @2Foiler@1 in the @3Powerdrome@1 series.
She was one of the first Replicants to join the series, and got lots of sponsor
deals from the big Replicant laboratories.   This day was a bit special
to Ken. It was the end of the @3Powerdrome@1 season and Tanisha had made it to
the finals. The race was held in Tervenia. Tanisha travelled by the shuttle
carrying her @3Powerdrome@1 Foiler, but some rules prevented members of the
family of the pilots to travel with the racing team, so Ken had to take
the @2MagnaTrain@1. Ken was always a bit jealous on the guys in Tanisha's
team. But Tanisha belonged to him and he knew she wouldn't go for any of
those guys' cheap tricks. The @2MagnaTrain@1 did about @3400@1 km/hour, so the
trip was over in no time at all. When stepping out of the terminal at
Tervenia, he saw Tanisha. As usual she had stopped by the terminal to
pick him up. Replicants didn't need to concentrate before a race, so as usual
they stopped by the cafeteria for an icecream.  @3"You're old enough to
join the team now, Ken"@1 Tanisha said. @3"Why don't you?"@1    @2"Ahwell, I think it
looks a bit dangerous, right?"@1 he mumbled from beneath his icecream.
@2"You they can just patch together again, but I'm only a human, see."@1
Tanisha was a bit disapointed.  She paused for a while.  @3"How about the
@2School of Space Aeronautics@3 then?  You've always enjoyed the simulators,
why not try the real thing ?"@1   @2"Blmaybeblubb"@1 he mumbled through even
more icecream. Tanisha gave him that look he just couldn't resist. @2"Ok ok ok!
We'll fill in the appliaction when we get back, ok!!!"@1  Tanisha suddenly
looked up and said @3"Oh, there's the final call. I better get back to the
pit stop. Here's your ticket."@1   She handed him the card and ran
towards the exit.   @2"Hmmm.. Hehe" Ken thought. "Me - a @3vicious@2 space @3pirate@2!.
Yeah "@1  The Drome was packed. Usually the crowds weren't this big. There was
usually some nasty crashes in the finals, so that had to be the reason
that so many came to the @2Drome@1 instead of watching it on TV. He could
see Tanisha as she stepped into the cockpit. She hoovered the Foiler to the
starting line and accelerated towards the first turn. This was just the
qualifying run.   Ken didn't see much of the action. He was too busy
dreaming about his life as a mean, lean space pilot. He woke up just after the
starting signal and he just caught a glimpse of Tanisha's foiler as he
wizzed around the first bend. She got a great starting position this
time. Two other foilers had already crashed and the rescue Foiler was towing
them into the pitstop. For some reason there had been sunny most of the day,
but now it slowly started to rain again. The leader shot out of the tunnel
and passed the finishing line and wizzed off again towards the turn. Another
foiler came through the tunnel. And there - Tanisha and another pilot
fighting for third place. They passed the bridge almost side by side. Tanisha
pulled the Foiler hard to the right and disappeared under the bridge.
Luckily she must have noticed the rain, and she probably stopped to
change to particle filters. Just thirty seconds later she shot out of the pit
again, and turned to join the race. At the same time another pilot
entering the pit hit her Foiler on the left side, blowing away most of her left
wing. @2"Shit!"@1 Ken stood up and shouted, @2"You moron! You sod!"@1, but was
instantly calmed down by a huge bodybuilder sitting next to him. Even
though Tanisha's Foiler tipped over from loosing the wing she still accelerated
out on the track and drove on. The pilot who had hit her was thrown towards
the bridge above the pit. He was killed instantly. Some spectators rushing
towards the wreckage were caught by the roaring flames when the fuel
tanks exploded. This was the last round and it rained heavily. Most Foilers
had to be towed in because of the engine damages caused by the rain, but
there were still three or four Foilers left on the track. Tanisha's Foiler had
just entered the second tunnel and the spectators began to stand up to get a
better view when the Foilers came out of the tunnel. Ken just knew that
Tanisha's would be the first one to pass the finishing line.    But it
wasn't. The first and second Foiler came out of the tunnel side by side and
Tanisha's Foiler came right behind the two and finished third. The big bodybuilder
who probably had betted a lot of money on the winning Foiler stood up
and jumped up and down in his chair. @2"Oh boy, were you betting on the wrong
horse"@1 he shouted at Ken. Ken replied by kicking the seat up while the
guy was in mid-air and he landed on his neck across the back of the chair.
Leaving the big guy unconscious, Ken left for the pit area.     Down by
the pits he saw Tanisha running around trying to find some officials. The
crash had cost her the first place, and she was going to complain about
it. Ken took her hand and dragged her towards the exit. @2"Let's go home"@1 he
said. @2"You'll never get that first place anyway. Besides I know a much better
way to fix this."@1 On their way home Ken pulled out his portable terminal
and dialed Rogers number. @3"Yuppidyjepp"@1, Roger answered as usual in his
phreaking way. @2"Roger..Ken here. Need a favour, dude. Get me the access
codes for the PowerDrome Race computer, will ya ?" @3"Sure. I'll be back
in a jiffy. How's that walking sex-machine of yours doing by the way"@1
Roger smiled. @2"Oh, I'm fine thanks."@1 she replied knowing that Roger didn't
know she was watching @3"Ehrmm.. Erm.. Heh... Back in a shorty"@1 Roger hung up.
Twenty seconds later Roger called back and gave them the codes. Ken
patched in to the Race computer and entered the access codes. The codes gave
access to the betting system and that was exactly what Ken wanted. From
his terminal he could now give the two winning pilots a pretty large fine
for illegal use of aero-control computers, which they could not complain to
because just about everybody used them, but no one ever got caught. Then
he gave the pilot who crashed into Tanisha's foiler a very large fine
for trying to obstruct another pilot. With that kind of fine, he would not
be allowed to race for a while.   At home Tanisha called her team mates and
told them she would not be coming over to the party they'd planned after
the race. She had other things in mind this evening. She sat down on
Ken's bed next to him and ran her fingers through his hair. @2"I've thought
about what you said about the Space school"@1 Ken said. @2"Let's call them up and
download that application form right away" @3"No, that can wait until
tomorrow"@1 Tanisha whispered as she leaned back pushing Ken down on the
bed. She gently kissed him. ¶Her lips felt warm and moist, and Ken was in
paradise           The next morning would have to wait a bit longer. This was
the night Ken had dreamed of for a long time. He didn't have that much
experience with girls, but it felt like he knew just what to do. Ken slowly
began to unbutton Tanisha's suit. Some moments later they were both very naked.
   Under the covers of Ken's bed, he dicovered how perfect Tanisha's body
was, and how good work the technicians at the Replicant laboratories had
done on her.     The next morning came, and Ken opened his eyes looking right
into Tanishas beautiful face. The memories from the night before came back to
him.   A few hours later they'd had their breakfast, and Ken and Tanisha logged
on to the main computer at the School for Space Aeronautics. They downloaded
the application form and filled it out. With a little luck Ken would be accepted
before the next semester.             That's all there's time for this issue,
but stay tuned and you'll find out how Ken does it at the school for
space-men!    I'm really @3glad@1 that some of you guys out there seem to like
this story, 'cause it's a @2helluva@1 lot of work to write.  No more bullshit,
no more blessings...  ¶Dr. Outtasight signing off