The good old days of early computers

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kenickie
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Post by kenickie » Oct 10th 2004, 3:46 am

Good to see you around again, kenickie.
Yeah, it's been a while, I know. :oops:
Let's make the memories that dreamers only claim,
But it's hard, when the world knows your name.

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Post by lance » Oct 10th 2004, 3:52 pm

kenickie wrote:
Good to see you around again, kenickie.
Yeah, it's been a while, I know. :oops:
Welcome Back :D

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Re: The good old days of early computers

Post by pgh kenny » Oct 25th 2004, 8:44 pm

I soooooo don't remember writing this....

Am I having a senior moment at 30?

pgh kenny wrote:
don't be messin' with the commodore 64... that was one nifty little computer. i don't play computer games anymore, but back in the day, I played games on my commodore 64 all the time. back then programmers had style. now were stuck with microsoft spyware. all is forgiven if you agree to retract and state that anyone with a vic 20 could have designed something better. :) and yes, i do think the menus are lame, but i'm happy to be able to throw away my decaying vhs tapes.
fnordboy wrote:
A chimp and a commodore 64 could have designed something better.

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