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Another screen from the megademo "AIDS Demo" that I wrote for/on the Commode 64 computer in September 1993.
And yes, I realise that the word "toilet" is misspelled; but the entire graphic screen is hard-coded as a bitmap and the spelling cannot be corrected.
 

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Yet another screen from the megademo "AIDS Demo" that I wrote for/on the Commode 64 computer in September 1993.
And yes, I realise that the word "acquired" is misspelled; but this graphic (the topmost 25% or so anyway) is hard-coded as a bitmap and the spelling cannot be corrected.

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"Please hold for the next available associate."
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"Please hold for the next available associate."


OMG is that real? yikes!!!!!!LOLShocked
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this is David after his trip to America!!!
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It's a Guitarfishâ„¢!!!!LOL
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A few years ago, I did some fun online makeovers on my cat (click to see the collection):

Let's try not to be boring, mkay?
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The first screen (the "failsafe instruction" screen) of the "AIDS Awareness" demo program I wrote on/for the Commodore 64 computer in September 1993.

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Originally posted by Hafk Hafk wrote:



It's a Guitarfishâ„¢!!!!LOL


BOOOO.
It's a Bass.
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A Sharp GF-4545 ghetto blaster from the early-1980s.
I used to have one of these machines.
Not only was it loud, it played well even when the batteries were too pooped out to work in any other machine.

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Miracle Grow "Bloom Boo" flower food for use during the last week of October.
Maybe they should pair this with "Desiccated Skeleton Fertiliser" as well.


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A picture I drew of the Atari coin-op arcade video game Tempest from 1980.
I drew it with a program called RIPaint in the mid-1990s.
RIP (Remote Imaging Protocol) is an EGA 640x400 16-color graphics format specifically designed to allow graphics to be rapidly displayed on a dial-up BBS.

Pulsars (that squiggly cyan thing in the rightmost lane) and fuseballs (that multicolored 5-armed star near the lower center) do not normally appear at level 9.
Pulsars appear at level 17, and fuseballs appear at level 11.


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One of the "Daylight Saving Time" screens I used on my BBS in the mid-1990s.
I modified the date of the source code so that it could be used this year.

 

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thank you YTMND LOLLOLLOL


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I got this pic in an email today.  I'll include the words, too.
 
This is the craziest thing I've seen in a long time. For those of you in the 21st century (e.g. blackberry owners), you'll need to look at this on a PC. You also have to get out of your seat and walk away from your computer. People may think you're crazy. But it's well worth it...
 
 
When you look at this picture close up you see it's... Albert Einstein.
But if you stand about 10 feet or so away, it will become... Marilyn Monroe
 
 
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geez Thor you creeped me out here!!!!!ShockedLOL
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Glad to creep you out there, Ad nauseous.  LOL
 
The Exploratorium (hands-on science museum) in San Francisco has this cool exhibit.  You sit at a small table directly across from a person of your choosing.  In between the two of you stands a piece of glass.  The glass is semi-mirrored.  That is, you can see as much of your own reflection as you can see the person on the other side of the glass.  You line your faces up and---voila!  You see an exact combination of both faces.
 
 
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This isn't up to snuff with what Thor tossed at us (which I thought was GREAT!), but, well...it belongs here... 
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