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I did my first programming on PETs and CBMs. I wrote an inventory
system, and I ported a biorhythm maker to the PET. My first Christmas
out of the Navy, I didn't have any cash, so I created biorhythms for
everyone in my family. Printout was on dot matrix. It was the hit of
the season. :)

On Dec 18, 2007 12:01 PM, Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Gotta love it! Do you also go back to the PET or VIC-20? And have any
of you played Zoids? And won? Another favorite of mine - Rocky's Boots.


At 10:50 AM 12/18/2007, you wrote:


Love the story. My family has several C64's, Amiga 1000's, 500's &
2000 and LOVE them all !!! As a geek family we have a home network
comprised of an AS/400 model 150 (file server), and 6 or so wintel
boxes (everyone has one).

Sitting next to it all is a C64 with close to 1000 programs. My kids
(teens) and their friends fight over who has to play the new games
and who gets the honor of playing on the 64. Family favorite:
M.U.L.E. My 18 year old requested from thinkgeek.com the "I Adore My
64" T-shirt and wears it proudly.

If you had a 64, my husband used to host the Year of Darkness BBS.

Cyndi B.
Boise, ID

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