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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrinn View Post
    /banned for going to bed before seeing this thread...

    God those things weighed a ton. I remember the first hard drive I ever saw was the size of a vinyl record (other ancient tech for you kiddies) and only held a few Megabytes. Everything was on 5.25 inch floppy disks (we had dual drives for those things). Then, when the original Mac came out, they had the 3.5 inch floppy disk drives. It was considered a "portable" computer, but was really just "luggable" because it weighed about 20 pounds, lol.
    my first computer had 64k memory, no monitor (it plugged into a tv) the only storage media was a cassette player/recorder, and it didn't have a OS, it was just a BASIC compiler so if you wanted it to do anything other than blink the cursor you had to write your own software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juhde View Post
    my first computer had 64k memory, no monitor (it plugged into a tv) the only storage media was a cassette player/recorder, and it didn't have a OS, it was just a BASIC compiler so if you wanted it to do anything other than blink the cursor you had to write your own software.

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    Sounds like Ye Olde Commodore/Commodore 64. My best friend had one of those things. Useless as far as non-programmers were concerened, but they were significantly cheaper than say, a crApple II+, with monitor, printer and dual floppies. That thing set my parents back a cool 3 or 4 grand back then. Probably the equivalent of 10k or more, now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrinn View Post
    Hijacked by a mod and stuck so that other hijackers can see his hijacking! Perfect!
    Maybe I should get us all a Guiness. Because it was....say it with me...."BRILLIANT!!" Lmao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterguy View Post
    Maybe I should get us all a Guiness. Because it was....say it with me...."BRILLIANT!!" Lmao.
    And just as I read that, I'm watching Dr. Who, yelling "Brilliant!".
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrinn View Post
    And just as I read that, I'm watching Dr. Who, yelling "Brilliant!".
    Lol! NIIIICE

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    Quote Originally Posted by MICHO View Post
    Why is there a AA battery going through the trigger guard? Lmao!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterguy View Post
    Why is there a AA battery going through the trigger guard? Lmao!

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    Um its a marker, to hold it up from laying flat. So the flash didn't reflect of of it..
    Not my pic either. But I do have a few xdm's
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    Quote Originally Posted by MICHO View Post
    Um its a marker, to hold it up from laying flat. So the flash didn't reflect of of it..
    Not my pic either. But I do have a few xdm's
    That is a nice looking weapon. Now I would like to see a sexy redhead firing it. Lol!

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    Wow I thought this thread was a joke but I had to check it out, well because you know I'm a stalker and all (long ago inside joke) but this is actually hilarious

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