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    The Lizard King SarinMage's Avatar
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    Commador 64

    anyone know where i can get my hands on one?


    if so e-mail me
    sfield@digitalacumen.com

    thanks

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    Hey check out http://www.64andmore.com/ they have some for sale. Also it's spelled commodor not commador, do a google search with the correct spelling and there are plenty of sites.

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    lol thanks for the spelling and the site

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    your welcome, I still have a vic 20 that I fire up every now and then and bang out some basic or play an old game. Anyone remember the Basic Game Books from way back in the day. One was red the other was yellow, they were the chit back in the 80's

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    I remember my Commodore 64 (correct spelling, both of you) it had a cassette tape drive and bitchin 300 baud Dove modem coupler. Sweet. Then I upgraded to an Amiga 500, never looked back. Anyway there are a million places to buy Commodores on the Internet. Just search
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    Commodore 64's rock I remember playing time pilot with my friendís everyday after school.
    Its not software piracy. Iím just making multiple off site backups.

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    You guys remeber the tandys?
    ive got one running linux

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    Commodore 64's rock I remember playing time pilot with my friendís everyday after school.


    Ghostbuster's and Platoon were my favourite......

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    I never had a cammador 64 But the TRS 80 was the ****. Who wrote a linux distro for that?
    \"Ignorance is bliss....
    but only for your enemy\"
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    Ive still got my kids commodore64 sitting in my closet plus the mags with all sorts of programs for games it was wierd using it with a tv screen and a tape drive. The bomber program was cute loved to use that when the kids crashed at night.
    No good deed goes unpunished.

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