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Tags:Floppy, 90s, computers, DOS, kim komando
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Comment count is 26
The God of Biscuits - 2013-05-01
Every time you submit something with a blank description, I mistake your username for the video description. Now I think I'm conditioned to become aroused by strange internet videos.
Cena_mark - 2013-05-01
Even when he adds a description I see his name as a bonus description. He never fails to deliver.

HarrietTubmanPI - 2013-05-01
I 2nd this. I'm glad I'm not the only person to notice.

Adham Nu'man - 2013-05-02
Floppy Boner

Vicious - 2013-05-02
Five and a quarter inch high density boner.

Riskbreaker - 2013-05-02
My boner gives this five stars.

duck&cover - 2013-05-01
Nothing could stay floppy around her for very long. Know what I mean, huh, huh?
Mother_Puncher - 2013-05-01
I don't get it

dementomstie - 2013-05-02
He's saying that with the speed of advancement of technology any time spent getting advice from a woman like this would just mean that you're getting closer and closer to simply storing information on a USB drive.

That guy - 2013-05-02
that is dirty
I get what "storing information" is, but what's a "USB drive"?

bopeton - 2013-05-01
Floppy disk, floppy diskette, floppy disk, floppy disk, jump out of your car while driving down the highway--

wait, what?
Redford - 2013-05-02
Computer viruses.

twinkieafternoon - 2013-05-01
I thought the old MS DOS logo was left behind in a part of my brain that housed memories of Angela Anaconda and Operation Neptune.
MrBuddy - 2013-05-02
So what do you think, is this video more late 1980s or early 1990s?

snothouse - 2013-05-02

HarrietTubmanPI - 2013-05-01
I love the requirements at 0:08. Mouse - OPTIONAL.

I also remember that in the window between CD-ROMs and writeable CD drives there were high density 4 meg 3.5" floppys (as opposed to the 1.44 meg ones) that only certain drives could read. In order to use them, I had to pull a 3.5" drive out of a 1992 486 machine.

I also remember installing DOOM from 3.5" disks, and even Windows 3.1 from a stack of 20. That took forever. I can also remembering being the only one in my area or school that actually bought the 2nd part of Castle of the Winds. That was such a fun game.
glasseye - 2013-05-01
Office was worse, 35 floppies, IIRC.

boner - 2013-05-01

Worst game I ever had to install was Police Quest 4, it was like a dozen floppies.

The Zip drive saved me from madness.

Koda Maja - 2013-05-02
For some reason, I seem to be having a hard time achieving an erection.
Blue - 2013-05-02
She makes my floppy disk 3.5 inches!

Kumquatxop - 2013-05-02
Look at all those certificates framed on the wall. I think she has a doctorate in floppy diskettes.
chumbucket - 2013-05-02
cognitivedissonance - 2013-05-02
I remember when I sent away for a copy of "Commander Keen 2" and it came on a bright orange floppy, and I was *amazed*. I had never seen a floppy that wasn't black before. I thought it was really special and classy.
BHWW - 2013-05-02
But remember folks - Don't Copy That Floppy

Nikon - 2013-05-03
I do not miss floppy disks.
baleen - 2013-05-03
I do. Most of these rubes don't understand that the only true way to experience software is off of a 5.25" floppy diskette. The execution is so crisp, and the artifacts that one encounters in the data lend a warm glow to the graphics. I only play games off of floppy disks, I don't care what anybody says. They'll probably make some sort of "retro comeback" or something.

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