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DeadHead
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When's the last time you saw one of these?



And it still works! Big Grin Cool



Haven't used this machine in about 20 years. Just turned it on today to see if it would still turn on. It does. Smile



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Sweet!

Haven’t seen one of those since I used one in high school, but ours only had dual diskette drives. Quad drives would have been awesome.


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Owned one for years. Gave to daughter and haven't seen it since then (about 30+ years ago).

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That is awesome and brings back memories of “You died of dysentery!”
 
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Underneath my college roommate's loft in his room, his girlfriend bought one and kept it in our apartment. 1981 or so.
 
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Always float the wagon over the river. Never attempt to ford.
 
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Always float the wagon over the river. Never attempt to ford.
Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

Many wagons fail to make it all the way to Oregon.
 
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The snakes always got me
 
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Dual, dual disk drives. Big Grin

I think my parents may still have the one we had as kids in their basement. I've thought about trying to dig it out one day to see if it still worked.

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Dual, dual dick drives. Big Grin


Eek Omgosh! This isn't that kind of site!!

That's prime material for blaming on autocorrect. Big Grin




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We used to use one of those in elementary school back in the day (early 80’s)


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Been a long time bit the ones I saw didn't have quad drives,
 
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Dual, dual dick drives. Big Grin


Eek Omgosh! This isn't that kind of site!!

That's prime material for blaming on autocorrect. Big Grin


Glad I came back and checked this post.... Guess I need to proofread my posts better.


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I spent many hours playing "Wizardry" and "Aztec" on the Apple IIe.
 
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Definitely in the late 80s when I was playing Oregon Trail at the St. Clare computer "lab".

 
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I *LOVE* the IIe. My high school had a bunch of Atari's and Apples, with the IIe being my favorite.
I wrote a lot of games on them back in the day.



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