Twiggys [was: Re: ka... ching!]
teoz at neo.rr.com
Sat Oct 8 20:13:50 CDT 2016
Everybody has something they do to chill out, some drink or jog, or play
Anyway my first computers in the 80's were for gaming (Timex 2068 and then a
C64). Both were cheap systems. I went to a 286 for school work and since I
sold the C64 to help pay for it I did some gaming on it. Most of my computer
upgrades in the 90's were for added speed in whatever apps I was using and
it also helped with gaming. There was a point where I started upgrading just
for gaming and that ended mostly around 2000 where I started falling behind
the bleeding edge curve. I don't really care for new games but I do play the
Everybody collects different things for different reasons, but quite a bit
of the 286-Pentiums end up being snagged for gaming. I think I am one of the
few people who bother with vintage application software for old systems
purchased for non gaming reasons.
From: Chuck Guzis
Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2016 7:20 PM
To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts
Subject: Re: Twiggys [was: Re: ka... ching!]
That's probably why I'm borderline loony in my old age--I never bothered
Still don't. Playing a computer game is about as entertaining to me as
putting my money into an online slot machine.
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