I see myself in the eyes of that little boy.
|Robin Kestrel |
Awesome present. Dad probably paid $300 for it. Wonder if he got the external floppy drive, too?
Ah, memories of games that took 15 minutes to load. And the chess game that had a setting that took 8 hours to make a move - it even said so in the instruction manual.
why does the mom look exactly like her boys
Contrasting this with the Nintendo 64 Christmas kid says disturbing things about the evolution of our culture.
I still have the picture of me when I got my NES at Christmas, I should scan it one day. I was the happiest kid.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
White people christmas.
Aaaww. I just took photos of my collection of C64 cassette games yesterday. There were a couple of VIC-20 games, too. Never had a VIC myself, just C64s and a C128.
His first guess is paintbrushes, his second is books, and he gets an awesome VIC-20. So what amazing things is this child doing today?
My thought exactly - nowadays, it would be a game console, a portable game console, or a portable music player. Virtually nothing else would do for most adolescents.
I dreamed of a vic-20 with my tandy color computer... i am old.
I am guessing their mom got an early gift of a flowbee.
i had a tandy color computer ii, which had 16k memory i think, i think the color computer i had only 12k
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Yup that's how I remember it. 12k standard but could be upgraded to 16k.
My dad (who I haven't seen in 17 years) was a huge RadioShack/Tandy fanboi. He bought me and my cousin computers for Christmas. I got the Color Computer I while my cousin got a C64. Pops was thinking his boy got the better 'puter.
Fuck the computer, how about stripes and bowl cuts!?!
|Testicles of Doom |
They look like a cult.
I bet the Dad is Emo Phillips.
| Register or login To Post a Comment|