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FEEL THE FORCE OF HAPPINESS & PEACE COMBINED WITH LOVE & GOODNESS.
FEEL GOD.
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GOD IS REAL.
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FEEL GOD.
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I used one in College in 81...

I still have a Macintosh 512 in working order...Square mouse and all...

Also have a working Atari 400 puter...

Both have cassette tape drives for storage
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windows95
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Windows 95 was the shit. I ran NT until XP came out.
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Commodore 64 days were GREAT days.

One could take over the world with one of those things at that time.


...as long as the power supply held up, that is...

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i have working in good order.

apple II
nes
amiga 500
amiga 1200
commodore 64
atari 400
master system
mega drive
atari lynx.
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:windows95:
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Windows 95 was the shit. I ran NT until XP came out.
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nt 3.51 lmao. i remember those days.
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He could never get a job today. He's way underqualified compared to the feces river drinkers.
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I am currently posting from an IBM 5100. It is secure, and the feds can't track me.
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Commodore 64 days were GREAT days.

One could take over the world with one of those things at that time.


...as long as the power supply held up, that is...
 Quoting: Jai_Guru_Jesus_Om


clappa
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I used one in College in 81...

I still have a Macintosh 512 in working order...Square mouse and all...

Also have a working Atari 400 puter...

Both have cassette tape drives for storage
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74591017


Same here, for "electronic visuals" class, 1983!
We also used "Apple II.e's". In High School we used a 'Tandy 10K', lol, also with a cassette drive. It introduced us to computers, 1979!

And same as you, I have old computers that still work laying around. Apple Mac, first one, in '84,
A Toshiba "Laptop" from 1993!!! & several old tower computers which are in boxes in a closet. Need to unclutter!

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Commodore 64 days were GREAT days.

One could take over the world with one of those things at that time.


...as long as the power supply held up, that is...
 Quoting: Jai_Guru_Jesus_Om


clappa
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Remember "Midis" ? (i think that is what they were called then)


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I still use the Commodore 64. I have an emulator on my Kindle Fire and a bluetooth gamepad. I played Blue Max a few days ago. I want to get a bluetooth keyboard so I can play the text adventure games with it. I love those.
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Syntax error


The best days of my life
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The best days of my life
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10 Fuck this thing
20 GOTO 10

RUN

It's fucked cool2
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I'm 50 now, and was in a business meeting, and the guy I was meeting apologised for his phone ringing.

Thats OK I said, huh, ring tone reminds me of the 8 bit music hackers used to put in front of C64 games, asking if you would like unlimited lives etc.

A huge smile came across his face and he said that as a teenager he used to hack games and do just that, and the ring tone was one of his creations!

Man we didnt stop talking about it. Then went even further back to ZX Spectrum, VIC 20, Tandy TRS80 (model 1) and Sinclair!

Yeah, I loved those days too. I was such a game pimp... both cassette and floppy.

In fact I found my old C64 floppy stash a year or so back, but sadly, no C64 or 1541 drive any more :(

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Back around 1982 I bought my son a Commodore 64 for Christmas when he was 12. I remember paying about $200 for it (which would be about $500 in today's money).

Today he is a senior systems engineer for a very large multi-national company.

For someone brought up in the 50's and 60's it has been really amazing watching the growth of computers over the years. My first exposure was to an IBM 360 in 1970, but just on the terminal side of it. To think that today, your cellphone has more computing power than Apollo 11 (which I watched on a 19" black and white TV).
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Syntax error


The best days of my life
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10 Fuck this thing
20 GOTO 10

RUN

It's fucked cool2
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Sure thing
Because if i had to reload that damn tape 1 more time

abomb
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Load"*",8,1
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I am currently posting from an IBM 5100. It is secure, and the feds can't track me.
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Hi John! Didn't know you were back...
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i have working in good order.

apple II
nes
amiga 500
amiga 1200
commodore 64
atari 400
master system
mega drive
atari lynx.
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Surely you have a TG16 laying around...

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Load"*",8,1
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I bought this for just for one text adventure I missed playing.



Poe Adventure
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I'd give up my wifi and my smartphone in a second if I could get in a time machine and go back to those days.
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Back around 1982 I bought my son a Commodore 64 for Christmas when he was 12. I remember paying about $200 for it (which would be about $500 in today's money).

Today he is a senior systems engineer for a very large multi-national company.

For someone brought up in the 50's and 60's it has been really amazing watching the growth of computers over the years. My first exposure was to an IBM 360 in 1970, but just on the terminal side of it. To think that today, your cellphone has more computing power than Apollo 11 (which I watched on a 19" black and white TV).
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I still have this game in a storage locker in NJ. I see someone on e-Bay selling it for $1800.00. . .

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Atari 8 bit wiped the floor with the Crumbadore 64 / Commode 64.
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10 PRINT "Radio Shack used to have enough enough money to offer grants. LOLOL!"
20 GOTO 10
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Back around 1982 I bought my son a Commodore 64 for Christmas when he was 12. I remember paying about $200 for it (which would be about $500 in today's money).

Today he is a senior systems engineer for a very large multi-national company.

For someone brought up in the 50's and 60's it has been really amazing watching the growth of computers over the years. My first exposure was to an IBM 360 in 1970, but just on the terminal side of it. To think that today, your cellphone has more computing power than Apollo 11 (which I watched on a 19" black and white TV).
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I still have this game in a storage locker in NJ. I see someone on e-Bay selling some dumbass trying to sell it for $1800.00. . .


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Fixed it for ya


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