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            Anarchy UK

Mystik     Mr.Big      Dan    Judge
                              Drokk

            Anarchy UK

  Mediator     Mole     Banger



        Christer of Palace

        Mightymuz of Pussy



      Fleshbrain / Crusaders

 Caught wearing his party-outfit.

                :-)

         Catman of Wizzcat



               Globe

       Swapper with no team.

 Heini of Thonderdome's girlfriend
              Andrea



         Ghother of Demons

          Bozo of Ammonia



          Art of Recline

    Izzy                Eclipse

             Pussy



         TomCat of Paragon

               Coder

    Wizlord of Black Code Team



         Mightymuz of Pussy

         Dressed to kill!

       Navigator of Recline

One of the Euronews Correspondants



 This absolutely brilliant voting
 form was sent to us by Taurus and
 Jason of Ecstacy.  Seems like the
 lack of paper couldn't stop these
         guys from voting.

   The shirt was a bit small for
   Dr.Awesome, but he managed to
         squeeze into it.



          Rebels Finland

Willow        The Kid       Meegosh

           Amok of Coma

17 years old, leader and swapper in
               Coma.



          Dolle of Zone 7

        Junior of Antiriad



        Chuck-O of Loctite

  Main swapper and founder of his
              group.

  Mercure of End of Century 1999

 Organizer, founder, musician and
  swapper.  A 23 years old french
            demo freak.



          Magnetic Fields

       Turbo Slug          Phreak
Hippy           Frenzy
                    Dextrous   No.5


          Magnetic Fields

King Arthur    Maz
  Merlin          Cozy
    Questar           Spook



VOTED BEST ARCADE GAMES MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Lemmings                       366     20.08 %   (5)      
 2. Kick Off 2 / Final Whistle     208     11.41 %   (1)      
 3. Turrican 2                     171      9.38 %   [@]      
 4. Speedball 2                    149      8.17 %   (8)      
 5. Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge   133      7.29 %   (2)      
 6. SWIV                            78      4.28 %   [@]      
 7. Super Cars II                   53      2.90 %   [@]      
 8. Nitro                           50      2.74 %   (4)      
 9. Wings                           49      2.68 %   (7)      
10. Stunt Car Racer                 43      2.36 %   (9)      
11. Z-Out                           39      2.14 %   (3)      
12. Indianapolis 500                37      2.03 %   (5)      
    Twintris                        37      2.03 %   (10)     
14. Pang                            19      1.04 %   [@]      
15. Golden Axe                      15      0.82 %   [@]      
16. Great Gianna Sisters            15      0.82 %   [@]      
17. Shadow of the Beast II          15      0.82 %   [@]      
18. Full Contact                    13      0.71 %   [@]      
19. Kick Boxing                     12      0.65 %   [@]      
20. Shadow of the Beast             11      0.60 %   [@]      
    Turrican                        11      0.60 %   [@]      

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VOTED BEST ADVENTURE & STRATEGY GAMES MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Powermonger                              148     10.70 %   (1) 
 2. Sim City / Sim Earth                     129      9.33 %   (2) 
 3. Pirates                                  104      7.52 %   (4) 
 4. Operation Stealth                         97      7.01 %   (3) 
 5. Elvira                                    82      5.93 %   (8) 
 6. Chaos Strikes Back (Dungeon Master II)    75      5.42 %   (6) 
    The Secret of Monkey Island               75      5.42 %   [@] 
 8. Populous                                  47      3.40 %   (10)
 9. Supremacy                                 41      2.96 %   (5) 
10. Leisure Suit Larry 3                      39      2.82 %   (9) 
11. Dungeon Master                            38      2.74 %   (7) 
12. Empire                                    25      1.80 %   [@] 
13. Indiana Jones 3 Adventure                 24      1.73 %   [@] 
14. Lost Patrol                               22      1.59 %   [@] 
15. North & South                             19      1.37 %   [@] 
    Warlords                                  19      1.37 %   [@] 
17. Buck Rogers                               18      1.30 %   [@] 
    Obitus                                    18      1.30 %   [@] 
19. Legend of Fairghail                       17      1.23 %   [@] 
20. Ultima                                    15      1.08 %   [@] 

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VOTED BEST ONE-PART DEMOS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Cryptoburners - "Hunt for the 7th Oct."   171     11.56 %   (2) 
 2. Phenomena - "Animotion"                   164     11.09 %   (1) 
 3. Red Sector Inc. - "Cebit 90"              128      8.66 %   (3) 
 4. Cryptoburners - "3rd Dimension"            73      4.93 %   (4) 
 5. Kefrens - "Powermunker"                    68      4.60 %   (9) 
 6. Anarchy - "Madness 2"                      61      4.12 %   [@] 
 7. Rebels - "Coma"                            58      3.92 %   (13)
 8. Rebels - "Total Triple Trouble"            57      3.85 %   (5) 
 9. Flash Production - "Bubble Fields"         51      3.45 %   (11)
10. Angels - "Coppermaster"                    42      2.84 %   (7) 
11. Frantic - "Cardamon"                       39      2.63 %   (8) 
    Vertigo - "Fill'em All"                    39      2.63 %   (6) 
13. Shining - "Vector Exterminator"            34      2.30 %   [@] 
14. Pure Metal Coders - "Mesmerized"           26      1.75 %   (19)
15. Anarchy - "Phantasmagoria"                 21      1.42 %   (17)
    Delight - "Overdose"                       21      1.42 %   [@] 
    Phenomena - "Vectormania"                  21      1.42 %   (15)
18. Anarchy - "Smoker"                         19      1.28 %   (13)
    Exit - "Quo Vadis?"                        19      1.28 %   (10)
20. Anthrox - "Bobby the Ball"                 17      1.15 %   [@] 

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VOTED BEST CODERS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Slayer / Scoopex                        351     20.33 %   (1) 
 2. Tec / Cryptoburners                     205     11.87 %   (3) 
 3. Delta / Red Sector Inc.                 194     11.23 %   (2) 
 4. Promax (Ex.Kefrens - last appearance)   128      7.41 %   (4) 
 5. Azatoth / Phenomena                     101      5.85 %   [@] 
 6. Celebrandil / Phenomena                  95      5.50 %   (5) 
 7. Kreator / Anarchy                        70      4.05 %   (6) 
 8. Corsair / Skid Row                       59      3.41 %   (9) 
 9. Dan / Anarchy                            51      2.95 %   (17)
10. Metallion / (Ex.) Kefrens                41      2.37 %   (8) 
11. Psycho / Budbrain                        39      2.25 %   (11)
12. Sulky Fellow / Vertigo                   30      1.73 %   (7) 
13. Droopy / Rebels                          24      1.39 %   (15)
14. Smirre / Vectra                          21      1.21 %   [@] 
15. Mr.Gurk / Phenomena                      20      1.15 %   (10)
16. Heatseeker / Cryptoburners               18      1.04 %   [@] 
17. Icronite / Rebels                        15      0.86 %   (18)
18. Gonzo / Flash Production                 11      0.63 %   (16)
    Photon / Scoopex                         11      0.63 %   [@] 
20. Riff Raff / United Forces                10      0.57 %   [@] 

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VOTED BEST GRAPHIC ARTISTS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Reward / Scoopex           169     10.81 %   (2)        
 2. Havok                      161     10.30 %   (3)        
 3. Joe / Scoopex              160     10.23 %   (1)        
 4. Uno / Scoopex              158     10.10 %   (8)        
 5. Diablo / Budbrain          110      7.03 %   (5)        
 6. Golem / Anarchy            104      6.65 %   (4)        
 7. Slash / Flash Prod.         66      4.22 %   (6)        
 8. Dr.C / Red Sector Inc.      56      3.58 %   (11)       
 9. Dark / Red Sector Inc.      51      3.26 %   (7)        
10. Terminator / Phenomena      45      2.87 %   (14)       
11. Mithrandir / Acme           43      2.75 %   [@]        
12. Tobias Richter              40      2.55 %   (10)       
13. C-Dryk / Demons             39      2.49 %   (12)       
    PGCS / Alcatraz             39      2.49 %   (17)       
15. Madonna Freak / Crionics    36      2.30 %   (9)        
16. Milkshake / Rebels          25      1.59 %   (15)       
17. Mikael Balle / Silents      23      1.47 %   (13)       
18. Mystik / Anarchy            15      0.95 %   (19)       
19. Phantom Lord / Animators    14      0.89 %   (20)       
20. Dan / Anarchy               11      0.70 %   [@]        

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VOTED BEST AMIGA MUSICIANS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. 4Mat (Ex.Anarchy - last appearance)   280     15.64 %   (1)   
 2. Romeo Knight / Red Sector Inc.        220     12.29 %   (2)   
 3. Uncle Tom / Scoopex                   150      8.37 %   (3)   
 4. Walkman / Cryptoburners               147      8.21 %   (4)   
 5. Tip / Phenomena                       111      6.20 %   (9)   
 6. Firefox / Phenomena                   108      6.03 %   (7)   
 7. Bruno / Anarchy                        87      4.86 %   (6)   
 8. Jesper Kyd / Silents                   59      3.29 %   (5)   
 9. Heatbeat / Rebels                      57      3.18 %   (19)  
10. Diablo / Budbrain                      55      3.07 %   (11)  
11. Mantronix / Razor 1911                 44      2.45 %   (8)   
12. Nightlight / Rebels                    40      2.23 %   (14)  
13. Maestro / Flash Production             34      1.89 %   (10)  
14. Jester / Sanity                        28      1.56 %   (12)  
15. Moby / Alcatraz                        18      1.00 %   [@]   
16. Einstein / Betrayal                    17      0.94 %   (15)  
17. Static / Rebels                        16      0.89 %   (17)  
18. DeLorean / Vertigo                     15      0.83 %   (13)  
19. Dr.Jive / Vectra                       13      0.72 %   [@]   
20. Twins / Phenomena                      11      0.61 %   [@]   

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VOTED BEST DISK MAGAZINES MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Zine - Brainstorm             815     46.51 %   (1)      
 2. D.I.S.C. - Various            206     11.75 %   (2)      
 3. ICE - Cytax                   156      8.90 %   (6)      
 4. Hack-Mag - D-Tect             127      7.24 %   (5)      
 5. Cracker Journal - AFL etc.    101      5.76 %   (3)      
 6. Stolen Data - Anarchy & Co.    80      4.56 %   (4)      
 7. 4th Dimension - Crb+Razor      73      4.16 %   (7)      
 8. The Sentinel - (independent)   62      3.53 %   (8)      
 9. Freedom Crack - Vega           41      2.34 %   (9)      
10. Royal Information - R.A.F.     38      2.16 %   [@]      




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VOTED BEST MUSIC DISKS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Phenomena - "Music Dream 1"                65     15.40 %    
 2. Gate - "Bruno's Music Box II"              36      8.53 %    
 3. Phenomena - "Music Dream 2"                30      7.10 %    
 4. Silents - "Sound of Silents"               27      6.39 %    
 5. Share and Enjoy - "Amazing Tunes 2"        18      4.26 %    
 6. RamJam - "Hot Music II"                    17      4.02 %    
    Silents - "Blues House"                    17      4.02 %    
 8. Razor 1911 - "Delicate Sounds"             15      3.55 %    
 9. Mahoney & Kaktus - "Sounds of Gnome"       11      2.60 %    
    Sanity - "Fool's Gold"                     11      2.60 %    




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VOTED BEST BULLETIN BOARDS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Thrust - "Central Europe"         31     10.29 %         
 2. Endless Piracy - "Board Royale"   19      6.31 %         
 3. Dual Crew - "Gurus Dream"         15      4.98 %         
 4. Quartex - "Link to Perfection"    14      4.65 %         
 5. Quartex - "Little America"        13      4.31 %         
 6. Anarchy - "Djungle Base"          11      3.65 %         
 7. Betrayal - "Treasure Island"      10      3.43 %         
 8. Quartex - "Red Rocks BBS"          9      2.99 %         
 9. Defjam - "East BBS"                8      2.65 %         
10. Amaze - "Trip to the Moon"         7      2.32 %         
    Classic - "Downtown"               7      2.32 %         




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VOTED BEST UTILITIES MAY 1991                                                  
 1. XCopy Professional       305     17.88 %   (1)         
 2. DPaint III               253     14.83 %   (2)         
 3. ProTracker               138      8.09 %   (6)         
 4. AsmOne                   100      5.86 %   (11)        
 5. Diskmaster 3.2            99      5.80 %   (3)         
 6. Masterseka 1.8            89      5.21 %   (4)         
 7. Diskmaster 1.4            84      4.92 %   (7)         
 8. Noisetracker 2.0          69      4.04 %   (5)         
 9. Cygnus Ed Professional    66      3.87 %   (9)         
10. DevPac II                 51      2.99 %   (10)        
11. Seka 3.2                  50      2.93 %   (8)         
12. Turbo Backup              43      2.52 %   (16)        
13. JrComm                    40      2.34 %   [@]         
14. Startrekker               39      2.28 %   (13)        
15. Directory Opus            23      1.34 %   [@]         
16. D-Copy                    21      1.23 %   (15)        
    Noisetracker 1.3          21      1.23 %   (12)        
    PowerPacker 3.0           21      1.23 %   (18)        
19. Kefrens IFF Converter     18      1.05 %   [@]         
20. Amos                      16      0.93 %   (17)        
    Multiripper               16      0.93 %   [@]         

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VOTED BEST GROUPS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Tristar / Red Sector Inc. (TRSI)   263     13.45 %   (1)    
 2. Anarchy                            246     12.58 %   (3)    
 3. Scoopex                            220     11.25 %   (2)    
 4. Phenomena                          171      8.75 %   (8)    
 5. Skid Row                           143      7.31 %   (5)    
 6. Cryptoburners                      112      5.73 %   (7)    
 7. Kefrens (R.I.P.)                    97      4.96 %   (6)    
 8. Quartex                             71      3.63 %   (9)    
 9. Rebels                              67      3.42 %   (10)   
10. Angels/Defjam                       61      3.12 %   (4)    
11. Crystal                             47      2.40 %   (19)   
12. Brainstorm                          35      1.79 %   (11)   
13. Budbrain                            33      1.68 %   (19)   
14. Panic                               26      1.33 %   (16)   
15. Dual Crew                           23      1.17 %   (14)   
    Flash Production                    23      1.17 %   (14)   
17. Horizon                             22      1.12 %   (12)   
18. United Forces                       17      0.87 %   [@]    
    Vertigo                             17      0.87 %   (18)   
20. Razor 1911                          16      0.81 %   (13)   

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VOTED BEST INTROGROUPS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Anarchy                           128     19.07 %        
 2. Skid Row                           99     14.75 %        
 3. Horizon                            65      9.68 %        
 4. Razor 1911                         51      7.60 %        
 5. Scoopex                            48      7.15 %        
 6. Classic                            27      4.02 %        
 7. Crystal                            22      3.27 %        
 8. Pussy                              21      3.12 %        
 9. Endless Piracy                     20      2.98 %        
10. Angels / Defjam                    19      2.83 %        
11. Vectra                             16      2.38 %        
12. Brainstorm                         15      2.23 %        
13. Tristar / Red Sector Inc. (TRSI)   14      2.08 %        
14. Dual Crew                          12      1.78 %        
    Flash Production                   12      1.78 %        
    Rebels                             12      1.78 %        
17. Vision                             11      1.63 %        
18. No Limits                           9      1.34 %        
19. Agile                               8      1.19 %        
    Defjam                              8      1.19 %        

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VOTED BEST MEGADEMOS MAY 1991                                                  
 1. Budbrain Megademo                294     17.83 %   (1)     
 2. Scoopex - "Mental Hangover"      197     11.95 %   (2)     
 3. Red Sector Inc. Megademo         170     10.31 %   (4)     
 4. Budbrain Megademo 2              156      9.46 %   (3)     
 5. Kefrens Megademo VIII            103      6.25 %   (5)     
 6. Phenomena - "Enigma"             101      6.12 %   [@]     
 7. Anarchy - "System Violation"      82      4.97 %   [@]     
 8. Animators - "Iraq Demo"           71      4.30 %   (6)     
 9. Horizon - "Sleeping Bag"          52      3.15 %   (10)    
10. Cryptoburners Megademo 2          51      3.09 %   (8)     
11. Wizzcat - "Trashcan"              42      2.54 %   (7)     
12. Crionics - "Total Destruction"    39      2.36 %   (15)    
13. Phenomena - "Interspace"          37      2.24 %   [@]     
14. TSB - "Maximum Overdrive"         31      1.88 %   (14)    
15. Kefrens - "The Wall"              23      1.39 %   (13)    
16. Alcatraz Megademo IV              22      1.33 %   (11)    
17. Brainstorm MegaDemo               16      0.97 %   (12)    
    Cult Megademo II                  16      0.97 %   [@]     
19. Crionics - "Neverwhere"           15      0.91 %   (9)     
20. Bass Megademo 2                   14      0.84 %   [@]     

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@2Here's the scrolltext everyone!           @1Oh.@3 I forgot the noises
one has to make
to start a @2scrolltext.    @3You know... Like @3Hubba @1Hubba @2Hubba@3, or @1Hep @2Hep @3Hep@1
or something like that.   You can't just start a scrolltext with plain old
words like I've done now. As a matter of fact I have never seen a single
scrolltext begin with a @3pronounceable @1word. Well, maybe some, but they're
just not worth counting.   Let's see... What good sound could I choose to start
this one..   Has it got to be like
an animal sound ?  Or just a human
sound with a kind of a @2animalistic@3 twist @2to it ?   It definitly has to
start soon, because you're almost through with the first section, and if
I don't get it going soon you'll be copying another demo or something on to
this disk... Ehrm...    Help me out here guys..        @1Kraaa         @3 Wreeee         @2 Cleee
                     @1Aw. Forget it!
This just isn't gonna work             No, sorry     I just can't do it. No no, just forget
it.        Thanks anyway.           There will be no more scrolltext in this Eurochart
because I can't put myself to generating the sound of a @1ejaculating
@3rhinoceros.                @2I'll just go back to the re-run of Sound of Music. It's on
right now in case you didn't know.

                                                          @1Still there ?                No! You don't have to press 'Y' to
answer that one, stupid!              Ok, since the re-run of Sound of Music didn't
interest you, maybe a story about
Ken would satisfy you ?
             Well, before I launch the story about Ken again,
maybe I should say at least one or two words of importance.  As you might remember,
I included my address in the last @1Eurochart @2scrolltext.  The responce has
been above all expectations!   @3I received a whole letter!@2     And I didn't
even answer it (hehe) Well, you know me.   Well, actually you don't, but if
you did, you would know that I usually don't reply to letters that aren't
somewhat special.   So if you do want an answer from me, include a piece of
liqourice, preferably Finnish or Danish, or something that I could eat.
Speaking of eating. And now for something REALLY important!    Who dares
to challange me in the eating competition at the @3CRB/Dexion/FLT/Violence@1
party this summer ?   I must tell you that I'm going to be very well
prepared and I have a reputation that'll scare most big-eaters. Isn't that
right Dr. Awesome ?  @1 Yes it sure is! @2  So be a wise guy and @3DON'T@2 sign up
for the eating competition, or you will suffer a
fate worse than having
your vocal chords sawn in two by chain saw
which is as sharp as a not so very
sharp chain saw !   And if you guys
in CRB or Dexion or FLT or Violence
as much as consider for a second to
skip the eating contest you will
suffer a faith even worse than a
faith worse than than having
your vocal chords sawn in two by chain saw
which is as sharp as a not so very
sharp chain saw !       Now that you've been warned, I guess it's time to give
you the monthly doze of Ken. Our hero. At least my hero.  Oh how I wish I
was like him.  Sigh.  Anyway, here comes part 4 of the Story about Ken

                        @3Oh, yes, I forgot...You need to press Amiga-LeftShift-Ctrl-CapsLock-P
to start the story                                                   That's it !  Now just hold
those keys to keep the scroller going.  Don't release them !

                        @1Ken woke up and stared straight into the display of his alarm clock. It
showed 07:59:58. He wasn't really awake but his eyes were open. Suddenly
the alarm clock reached 08:00:00 and Ken could hear the sweet sound of
prehistoric, so called 60's music coming out of its speaker. Tanisha
had already left the bedroom and was fumbling around in the kitchen.
It was friday. Hopefully his application for the School of Space Aeronautics
would have come today. Ken rushed over to the EISDN terminal. The terminal
had the slowest response time of any public system. Probably because it
was based mainly on the old PAX systems. The Enhanced Integrated Services
Digital Networks helped a bit but the system was still very slow.
After going through the initial login routines Ken opened his mailbox.
Bingo!    There was a message for him. He immideatly transfered the message.
He pushed out a hard-copy of it and ran out to the kitchen. @2"Tanisha!
Look, I got the letter from the SSA"@1. @3"Well read it Ken. Let's see if
you really made it!"@1 Ken read through it and smiled. @2"I made it"@1 he said.
@2"By golly, I made it!"@1 Tanisha gave him a big kiss. @3"Oh I'm so proud of you!"
@1she said. @3"When do you start?"@2 "Let's see...The training period starts at
Mount Wellion the 19th of September."@1 Mount Wellion was the location of
the SSA's huge launch site for experimental space crafts, and the 19th of
September was just weeks away.                The 18th of September came, and Ken and
Tanisha had packed all his stuff and had just gone to bed. Tanisha, who
as usual did not need to sleep that much, just waited for Ken to tell
her that he couldn't sleep.          About five minutes later he did. @2"Aw shit.
I can't sleep. I'm just too excited I guess" @1he said. @3"Don't worry baby.
It'll be just fine. You'll meet a lot of new friends and have a great time.
Just close your eyes and sleep." @1Tanisha's sweet voice was the last Ken
could remember.                 The next morning the alarm clock woke Ken a bit too
early for what he was used to. @2"Turn that darn thing off Tansiha. Let's
get back to sleep" @3"No Ken! Get up you lazy creep!" @1she shouted. While
Ken was sleeping face down in his Chocolate Glazed Nutrasweet Cornflakes,
Tanisha told Ken's mother all about their plans. She had rented a nice
appartment just outside Mount Wellion, and they would live there while
Ken went to school at the SSA. She also had the opportunity to work as
a test pilot at Mount Wellion when she wanted. After inhaling about a
pint of Nutrasweet Cornflakes, Ken suddenly woke up and shouted
@2"Let's go!"@3 "Sit down Ken" @1Tanisha said, @3"It's still about an hour
before the MagnaTrain leaves"@2 "And you got me out of bed this early
just to tell me that I'll have to do nothing for one more hour ?!"@3
"Well, let's go anyway then. We'll stop down town for a pizza or
something chinese"@1 Tanisha said.           Down town people had just started
opening their stores and cleaning their display windows. It didn't rain
so instead the smell of fried chicken and exotic spices filled the air
of the downtown area.  They found a shop that sold Chicken with Curry
and bought some. The chicken was of course artificial, and Ken had his
doubts on the curry too.         After that quick snack they hired a Rickshaw
to get them to the station.  Just after reaching the station it began
to rain again. @3"I hear they don't have that much rain up in Mount
Wellion, Ken" @1Tanisha said. @2"Yeah, well, it's gonna be great to actually
see the sun every now and then. Now where is that friggin' train ?"@1
Since there was no electronic boards, like on the air ports, that told
you where and when the trains were going, you just had to find out for
yourself. @2"I guess this is the one" @1Ken said. @3"Sure is. Let's put our
bags on that conveyor belt over there" @1Someone must have seen the
SSA sticker
on one of Ken's bags, because just as Ken was about to throw his bag on
to the conveyor belt, he heard a voice from behind. @3"So you're one of them
space pilot hot-shots, are you ?"@1 Ken turned and looked directly into the
twisted face of an old man. @2"No, but I'm going to be"@1 Ken answered.
@3"Headed for Mount Wellion then ?"@2 "That's right"@1 The stench from the old
man was unbearable. @3"Well, so am I".@2 "Aren't you just a bit to old to
be a SSA cadet ?"@3 "Oh, I'm not with them bozos. I live in Mount Wellion"
@3"It's time to get on now Ken"@1 Tanisha dragged him to the train.  Luckily
the old man didn't have a seat in the same car as they did.@3 "Did you feel
the smell form that guy?"@1 Ken laughed @2"Pheeewee!"@1The train taxed out
from the station area and on to the track. The train stopped for a quick
second and then started to accelerate. The humming sound of the MagnaTrain's
engines made Ken very very sleepy. And he fell asleep
in Tanisha's lap.
Some five or six hours later Ken voke up as the train slowed down before
the station. The bus that was to pick them up had arrived and Ken and Tanisha got on
it. The main building of the SSA complex was just a few hundred meters away
from the station, but someone obviously didn't want them to walk very far.
The entrance hall was covered with pictures of constantly updating fractal
images. They walked over to the information desk.  @3"What's your name"@1 said
the lady behind the counter. Ken gave her his id-cards and papers, and she
pulled his card through the card reader. @3"Ok, Ken. Just wait over in the
reception lounge over there. Sergeant Miller will see you in a minute."@1
@2"Wow! These guys must get a lot of funding from the government! Look at them
trees over there. They're real trees!"@1 Ken was amazed. @3"Yeah. But the
secretary was a replicant"@2 "Well, good secretaries are hard to come by these
days"@1 About a minute later a uniformed man came over to them. @3"Good afternoon"
@1he said @3"You must be Ken"@2 "That's right"@1 Ken stood up. @2"And you must be
Miller, right?"@3 "That's Sergeant Miller to you boy! And get your legs moving
son, we haven't got all day!"@1 Ken kissed Tanisha good-bye and ran after the
sergeant. @3"Remember to call me when you're finished, Ken!"@1
                                    That's it for this issue.   Like last time - the next chapter will be on the
next @3Eurochart.@2    Well, it was
a bit short this time, I know.  And you all wrote
to us and told us to make the Ken stories longer. Hey! I'm sorry OK?! I was
a bit @1empty-headed@3 this week. But I'll try to expand it a bit more next time.
I also see that some other groups have started writing cyberpunk stories like
this one. @1GREAT@3 stuff guys! I haven't actually read any of them yet, but
I will... once I find that disk were I first saw them.        And so we've come
to the point where the scrolltext starts all over and you'll have to read all
those words one more time.            See ? There's the point -----> @3+@1    Oh, we
passed it !    OH NO !!!     @2It's your fault !@1  You didn't hold down Amiga-LeftShift-Ctrl-CapsLock-P
did you ?   No, you didn't !
Bloody great !    Don't blame
me....    I'm off. Since you can't
perform a simple keypress, I'm just
not going to hang around here
anymore. See you all in the next
round of the scrolltext           Now
here's where Bustman gets his say, I
think he's got some greetings and some
stuff that he's already said a couple
of times before...      Who would
have guessed ?    :-) 
            ... ... ...LIIIIIIISTEN UP! ...Bustman here again.  Yeah, allright. Coming
up is a few extremely personal (unbelievable and incredible personal)
greetings from that supah-dude B-B-B-Bustman!  Zwooop... Let the stuff
roll...  From me to my best friends...     Trix/Rebels - Tip/Phenomena
- Omega/Rebels - Axel/Brainstorm - Mystik/Anarchy - Flush/PMC     ...Right,
a message to all of you dudes...  I guess I am quite lazy now, but life is a
bitch. I seldom have the time to write letters, atleast not right now.  Stay
alert and watch out for a few words anyway. ...AAAARGH!  Then a message to
all the hundreds of dudes that have written to me since I stopped that
boring swapping.  Are you totally nuts or fucking what?  It is some shit,
I can not even afford answering all those letters.  Well, to make it utterly
clear...  BUSTMAN IS NOT A SWAPPER ANYMORE!  I hope there is a tiny little
possibility that you will get this into your heads!  From now on I do not
want to have ONE single letter concerning swapping stuff.  Now then, let us
drop that shit.  Maybe I should take some more greets, before I simply
forget it.  A hello to ALL cool dudes in Absence!  Especially to those
gangsters Goofy, Quest, Zapper, Rob and Timewalker.  Then a hello to my
fellow dude Yoghurt/Network, thanks for all help.  And also a greet to all
the other local freaks in my neighbourhood, among others to Dr.M/New Wave
and Dr.Cruz/Andromeda (YAWN! WHO SAID DOCTORS?).  ...Hmm, maybe some final
greets to all the dudes that have called me lately.  Among others to a dude
called White Hot/Wizzcat, cool talking bullshit with you.  Yep, I promised
a greet, so here it is.  Also a hello to a guy in Zone 7, which name is as
much as Predator.  ...Hey, before I end, if you want to buy some graphics,
then write to me for more details.  Logos for your own group, charsets,
small pictures and so on, just order directly from Bustman Productions!  I
promise both high quality and the right to reject the order if you do not
find it satisfactory.  Well, for more information, send me a letter.  My
address is...     BUSTMAN PRODUCTIONS     -     MYRDALSKOGEN 379     -
    5095 ULSET     -     NORWAY     ...And as I have mentioned, I do not
want to have any swapper-letters whatsoever. Ok, I better end. So long and
have a swell time... ... ... ... ... ---Bustman signing off---     Well,
that went rather well, didn't it Bustie ?     I think so.. Anyway,
since this scrolltext is now filled with greetings and addresses here's
where I'm going to put in MY own address. It's mine, and you can't
have it.      No you can't... It goes          Dr. Outtasight
Skoyenveien 27       0375 Oslo 3      Norway                 And that's a
fact.          If you write to me, remember to include that snack, or
your letter will be completely ignored!         A small cookie
would do too I guess. As long as I can eat it, I'll reply!
       Hey! There haven't been any jokes in this scrolltext !!!    Ok, we've
better fix that.. Here's a real goodie I picked up the other day.
         Two men were walking down the street in the more dangerous part
of town when they suddenly met this hooker stand... Oh, you've heard it
?           Damn!      Ok. Nothing we can do about that
then....   I'll just tell it to myself then....        (Humm hum
hum    hum hum hum   )  Hahaha!
Hoho  He   He    @2He@1-@3He@1-@2He@1-@3He@1-@2He@1-@3He@1-