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Comment: Re:Recipe for Success (Score 1) 107

by QuantumLeaper (#48325995) Attached to: Landfill Copies of Atari's 'E.T.' End Up On eBay
Some of the ET ones are going for $600+ range, if you call the cheap, thats up to you. Games back then cost $30 to $50 (rare but not unheard of) back in 1983, I used to buy them NEW in the store, and I still have a couple with the Prices still on them. BTW I have been playing and buying videos games since the 70s.

Comment: Re:Antecdotes != Evidence (Score 1) 577

by QuantumLeaper (#48043681) Attached to: Will Windows 10 Finally Address OS Decay?
How old of an OS are you running? Since my friend who LOVES Macs, hated it when he upgraded the OS, the last time, it went from usable to a snail. He still used the Mac but downgraded the OS to the old version, he now uses a Win8.1 PC to play his games on, it runs a lot faster. And it only a few months newer than the Mac. I believe it the same CPU and similar video card. I had to fix his PC a few months back, his video card died, that's the only reason I know they both have the same CPU, and similar video cards, I told he should upgrade the video card, but he was a cheap skate.

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