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Anonymous
August 23, 2005 7:46:03 PM

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/blog/16

"I thought that I've seen it all. But with the Internet nerds can
surpass themselves. Today I found out a version of Wolfenstein game for
TI-83/84 calculator from Texas Instruments. Huh, Wolfenstein running on
a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems to run just fine."

SG
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Anonymous
August 24, 2005 6:28:42 AM

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Highlandish wrote:

> how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who are
> broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you imagine the
> dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses his calc to play
> games in class instead.

I don't think learning problems are a prerequisite for goofin' off. :p 

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Anonymous
August 24, 2005 7:15:24 PM

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Quoth The Raven: shegeek72 <sweepster@ev1.net> in
1124837163.347661.192260@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
> http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/blog/16
>
> "I thought that I've seen it all. But with the Internet nerds can
> surpass themselves. Today I found out a version of Wolfenstein game
> for TI-83/84 calculator from Texas Instruments. Huh, Wolfenstein
> running on a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems to run
> just fine."
>
> SG

how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who are
broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you imagine the
dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses his calc to play
games in class instead.

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Anonymous
August 24, 2005 7:15:25 PM

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Highlandish wrote:
> Quoth The Raven: shegeek72 <sweepster@ev1.net> in
> 1124837163.347661.192260@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
>
>>http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/blog/16
>>
>>"I thought that I've seen it all. But with the Internet nerds can
>>surpass themselves. Today I found out a version of Wolfenstein game
>>for TI-83/84 calculator from Texas Instruments. Huh, Wolfenstein
>>running on a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems to run
>>just fine."
>>
>>SG
>
>
> how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who are
> broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you imagine the
> dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses his calc to play
> games in class instead.
>

Thats been the case since donkey years.

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Anonymous
August 24, 2005 10:52:27 PM

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"Highlandish" <ckreskay_CURSING@dodo.com.au> wrote:
>Quoth The Raven: shegeek72 <sweepster@ev1.net> in
>1124837163.347661.192260@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
>> http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/blog/16
>>
>> "I thought that I've seen it all. But with the Internet nerds can
>> surpass themselves. Today I found out a version of Wolfenstein game
>> for TI-83/84 calculator from Texas Instruments. Huh, Wolfenstein
>> running on a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems to run
>> just fine."
>>
>> SG
>
>how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who are
>broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you imagine the
>dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses his calc to play
>games in class instead.

Who didn't play racing games or scorched earth clones on their
calculator?
Anonymous
August 25, 2005 1:18:07 AM

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Quoth The Raven: shegeek72 <sweepster@ev1.net> in
1124875722.480456.294430@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com
> Highlandish wrote:
>
>> how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who
>> are broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you
>> imagine the dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses
>> his calc to play games in class instead.
>
> I don't think learning problems are a prerequisite for goofin' off. :p 
>
> SG

but goofing off stunts your learning :) 

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Anonymous
August 25, 2005 1:19:00 AM

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Quoth The Raven: Bateau <Gamera@work.stomping.aza> in
oakog1hroeclc3js0r95h4f91527bm7gc0@4ax.com
> "Highlandish" <ckreskay_CURSING@dodo.com.au> wrote:
>> Quoth The Raven: shegeek72 <sweepster@ev1.net> in
>> 1124837163.347661.192260@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
>>> http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/blog/16
>>>
>>> "I thought that I've seen it all. But with the Internet nerds can
>>> surpass themselves. Today I found out a version of Wolfenstein game
>>> for TI-83/84 calculator from Texas Instruments. Huh, Wolfenstein
>>> running on a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems to run
>>> just fine."
>>>
>>> SG
>>
>> how cool is that? of course with PSP's on the market, only those who
>> are broke would use this as a replacement console, but can you
>> imagine the dumbass in class who has trouble learning, so he uses
>> his calc to play games in class instead.
>
> Who didn't play racing games or scorched earth clones on their
> calculator?

i wasnt allowed to use one untill i was 15

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Anonymous
August 25, 2005 7:40:52 PM

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"shegeek72" <sweepster@ev1.net> wrote in message

> Wolfenstein running on a calculator? Yes, you read it right and it seems
> to run just fine."


Pff ... I'd rather watch The Matrix:
http://www.ticalc.org/images/news/2005-08-16-usb.wmv
!