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October 18, 2005 17:19 +0300  |  Nifty Links Society & Culture 4

this is a thing of beauty. thanks to ted for the link.

note: please don't link to this file from an email or another site 'cause my bandwidth is limited. if you must, use the original link instead.

Comments

noreen
18 Oct 2005, 8:19 p.m.  | 

you can recognize all the games? that was cute.

Ted
19 Oct 2005, 9:54 a.m.  | 

Doesn't that rock? [LOL] We didn't have an NES at home (Atari 2600 - my parents were cheap fsckers) but my little brother used to have his friend bring his over all the time when the had a sleepover, and I used to kick their butts in Mario and Mortal Combat! [LOL]

The NES was also the standard babysitter entertainment when I was taking care of my baby cousin and cousinette. I seem to recall that "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" was the game of the day back then.

Alas, my brothers and I were deprived, being raised on "Combat", "Asteroids", "River Raid" and "Pitfall". To tell you the truth, I wish I had that 2600 now - for nostalgia purposes, of course... [Ted rubs hands thinking of his Ebay revenues] [LOL]

Cheers,

Ted

daniel
19 Oct 2005, 3:40 p.m.  | 

oh don't knock the old school. my first system was an nes with tmnt, but i swear i spent more time at my buddy's house playing "weather war" on his commodore64.

Andrea
19 Oct 2005, 7:55 p.m.  | 

The answer to the question - what did you like to do with your spare time??? ZELDA!!!

BTW - Tetris has served me well; you saw how I can even pack your apt!

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