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Anonymous
May 28, 2005 8:43:11 AM

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I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
Inty 2. 8*)

24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
years now... where does the time go...

--
___
Chuck Whitby - Founder
East Coast Gaming Expo
http://www.ecgx.com
"It's the games"

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Anonymous
May 28, 2005 3:14:04 PM

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Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> writes:

>I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
>Inty 2. 8*)

Can someone get me a Commodore 65 for Chuck's birthday?

(Seriously, happy birthday.)

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Anonymous
May 28, 2005 6:29:41 PM

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In article <Xns9664753A6117intvsamaverizonnet@199.45.49.11>,
Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> wrote:

> I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
> Inty 2. 8*)
>
> 24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
> years now... where does the time go...

My birthday was the same date (May 27). My current age is the ultimate
answer (don't ask the question, the computer that was calculating the
question was destroyed five minutes prior to completing its program whne
it was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass).

I've been collecting games ranging from semi-actively to actively for
the last 26 years, but my passion for video games goes back to the start
of time, having played a friend's original Odyssey. I've been active to
marginally active in r.g.v.classic and other forums since 1993.

And no one in my family gave me a damn thing game related for my
birthday. Sheesh.

jt
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Anonymous
May 28, 2005 6:40:41 PM

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Well - I just listed an Intelli Demo Cartiridge on ebay.
*RARE* Intellivision 1978 Demonstration Game Cartridge Item number:
8195512177


Mike :) 
Anonymous
May 28, 2005 7:10:04 PM

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Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> spewed:
> I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of
> a CIB Inty 2. 8*)
>
> 24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
> years now... where does the time go...

Heh... yer just a baybeee
May 28, 2005 9:43:08 PM

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On Sat, 28 May 2005 04:43:11 GMT, Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net>
wrote:

>I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
>Inty 2. 8*)
>
>24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
>years now... where does the time go...


i've got a mint boxed INTV2 system available, but not for free....
Anonymous
May 29, 2005 1:50:02 AM

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>
> My birthday was the same date (May 27). My current age is the ultimate
> answer (don't ask the question, the computer that was calculating the
> question was destroyed five minutes prior to completing its program whne
> it was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass).

So, you must be 42................
Anonymous
May 29, 2005 2:08:00 AM

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Hello <T.>!

** Replying to a message in "</rec/games/video/classic>" **

** 28.05.05 - 21:50, <tsr_rivet> wrote to :


>>
>> My birthday was the same date (May 27). My current age is the ultimate
>> answer (don't ask the question, the computer that was calculating the
>> question was destroyed five minutes prior to completing its program whne
>> it was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass).

> So, you must be 42................

Don't forget to pick up Marvin from the garage

--

It's like that (what?) and that's the way it is
Anonymous
May 29, 2005 6:36:16 AM

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Damn, you're getting up there Chuck....I'm 25 though. Happy birthday man!

Mojo

"Chuck Whitby" <intvsama@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:Xns9664753A6117intvsamaverizonnet@199.45.49.11...
>I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
> Inty 2. 8*)
>
> 24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
> years now... where does the time go...
>
> --
> ___
> Chuck Whitby - Founder
> East Coast Gaming Expo
> http://www.ecgx.com
> "It's the games"
>
Anonymous
May 29, 2005 7:43:25 PM

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In article <ed9me.1412$dN6.1137@fe03.lga>,
"T. Rivet" <tsr_rivet@YEHAW.com> wrote:

> >
> > My birthday was the same date (May 27). My current age is the ultimate
> > answer (don't ask the question, the computer that was calculating the
> > question was destroyed five minutes prior to completing its program whne
> > it was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass).
>
> So, you must be 42................

Yes, and yesterday, I gave myself a sort of bid game b-day gift, though
OT for here: Sonic Heroes for GC.

Heh, better than nothing.

jt
Anonymous
May 29, 2005 11:08:48 PM

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I take it you've never read HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Anonymous
May 30, 2005 5:50:45 AM

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On Sun, 29 May 2005 15:43:25 GMT, jt august <starsabre@att.net> wrote:


>> So, you must be 42................
>
>Yes,

Hi JT! So, we live in the same city, and we are the same age! I'm
turning 42 on August 20th. Not that it shows... People never believe
I'm THAT old :)  .


>and yesterday, I gave myself a sort of bid game b-day gift, though

OT for here: Sonic Heroes for GC.

>Heh, better than nothing.


That's pretty cool. For the past 15 years or so I've always bought
myself one nice game on my birthday (since I became kind of too old to
ask Mom & Dad or friends for one :) ].

Now, if only I could find some more Emerson Arcadia games (especially
Route 16, City Connection, and the other arcade game, Red....
something) it would be just like my birthday... In 1984 : ).

Ciao,
Simon
Anonymous
May 30, 2005 8:12:27 AM

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In article <9Xi1vNPEK7B@gmx.net>, Joerg Jaeger <yester64@gmx.net>
wrote:

> Don't forget to pick up Marvin from the garage

If I do, who will park the cars?

jt
Anonymous
May 30, 2005 12:44:10 PM

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jt august wrote:
>
> In article <Xns9664753A6117intvsamaverizonnet@199.45.49.11>,
> Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> wrote:
>
> > I accept all sorts of gifts, prefer Intellivision stuff. In need of a CIB
> > Inty 2. 8*)
> >
> > 24 years old, active in the classic collecting online community for 10
> > years now... where does the time go...
>
> My birthday was the same date (May 27). My current age is the ultimate
> answer (don't ask the question, the computer that was calculating the
> question was destroyed five minutes prior to completing its program whne
> it was destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass).
>
> I've been collecting games ranging from semi-actively to actively for
> the last 26 years, but my passion for video games goes back to the start
> of time, having played a friend's original Odyssey. I've been active to
> marginally active in r.g.v.classic and other forums since 1993.

Under what name, I don't remember you even as late as 95-96?
!