• oldtimes

    From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to All on Tue Jan 17 19:03:22 2023
    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They were the times.

    times.

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  • From DaiTengu to Tim on Wed Jan 18 13:09:47 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 07:03 pm

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They were the times.

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    DaiTengu

    ...What's the speed of dark?
  • From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to DaiTengu on Wed Jan 18 19:07:24 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: DaiTengu to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:09 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 07:03 pm

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They were the times.

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    DaiTengu

    ...What's the speed of dark?


    Nice!! Still work? Give it a try!!

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tim on Thu Jan 19 09:01:35 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to DaiTengu on Wed Jan 18 2023 07:07 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: DaiTengu to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:09 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 07:03 pm

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They were the times.

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    DaiTengu

    ...What's the speed of dark?


    Nice!! Still work? Give it a try!!

    i was talking about this before and that belly guy got raging mad at me.
    if you keep electronics stuff in your basement, run a dehumidifyer.

    i had an i5 in my basement and it won't power up. i cracked it open and looks fine. but my basement is a humid environment and not a good place to store electronics. i would suggest keeping it in a sealed tub with some moisture absorbing material inside if you want to do that stuff.
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  • From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to MRO on Thu Jan 19 17:38:27 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: MRO to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 09:01 am

    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to DaiTengu on Wed Jan 18 2023 07:07 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: DaiTengu to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:09 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 07:03 pm

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They were the times.

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    DaiTengu

    ...What's the speed of dark?


    Nice!! Still work? Give it a try!!

    i was talking about this before and that belly guy got raging mad at me.
    if you keep electronics stuff in your basement, run a dehumidifyer.

    i had an i5 in my basement and it won't power up. i cracked it open and look fine. but my basement is a humid environment and not a good place to store electronics. i would suggest keeping it in a sealed tub with some moisture absorbing material inside if you want to do that stuff.

    Not the basement. Moisture all over the place. Exactly. Scarey movies made there. Go check the noise.

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  • From Hustler@VERT/CBLISS to Tim on Thu Jan 19 23:10:28 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to DaiTengu on Wed Jan 18 2023 19:07:24

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    Wanna SELL??
    Regards,
    HusTler

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Hustler on Fri Jan 20 11:56:40 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Hustler to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 11:10 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: Tim to DaiTengu on Wed Jan 18 2023 19:07:24

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.

    Wanna SELL??
    Regards,
    HusTler

    you are STILL quoting the wrong person and talking to them when it's really another person who wrote that. you really should pay attention to whatever you are doing.

    you've been doing this since you've been on dovenet. it's not that hard.
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  • From DaiTengu to MRO on Sat Jan 21 18:28:24 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: MRO to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 09:01 am

    i was talking about this before and that belly guy got raging mad at me. if you keep electronics stuff in your basement, run a dehumidifyer.

    i had an i5 in my basement and it won't power up. i cracked it open and looks fine. but my basement is a humid environment and not a good place to store electronics. i would suggest keeping it in a sealed tub with some moisture absorbing material inside if you want to do that stuff.

    It's been quite awhile since I powered up the C64, I don't have any kind of screen to connect it to. That said, my office is in my basement, and the storage room is behind that. It also contains a multitude of servers and computers that are currently running.

    It doesn't get very humid down here, but I do have a dehumidifier "just in case" (I get the occasional leak between the wall and the floor when we get a large amount of rain. it helps dry things out quickly and keeps any kind of mold/fungus at bay).

    DaiTengu

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  • From DaiTengu to Hustler on Sat Jan 21 18:29:21 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Hustler to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 11:10 pm

    Man the Commadore 64 with a cardtridge 1200 baud modem. They

    I still have both of those in a box in my basement.


    Wanna SELL??

    (that was me that said that)

    sure, $100,000 :D

    DaiTengu

    ...She drowned at the end of her life.
  • From Phigan@VERT/TACOPRON to DaiTengu on Fri Feb 10 17:19:57 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: DaiTengu to MRO on Sat Jan 21 2023 06:28 pm

    It's been quite awhile since I powe
    up the C64, I don't have any kind of
    screen to connect it to. That said,

    Usually modern TVs with component in
    will still accept composite signal on
    one of those inputs (like Green). But
    yeah, I'd be interested in your C= if
    you want to sell it too :). I'm in
    Arizona.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Phigan on Fri Feb 10 21:27:30 2023
    Re: oldtimes
    By: Phigan to DaiTengu on Fri Feb 10 2023 05:19 pm

    Re: oldtimes
    By: DaiTengu to MRO on Sat Jan 21 2023 06:28 pm

    It's been quite awhile since I powe up the C64, I don't have any kind of screen to connect it to. That said,

    Usually modern TVs with component in will still accept composite signal on one of those inputs (like Green). But yeah, I'd be interested in your C= if you want to sell it too :). I'm in Arizona.

    there's c64s all the time on ebay.
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