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Topic # 165985 26-Feb-2015 21:56
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Well, that went fast. 1000 posts and counting now.

Just want to take the opportunity to again thank Mauricio and everyone else here for making Geekzone such a great resource and place to hang out!




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  Reply # 1247386 26-Feb-2015 21:59
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Well done :)




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  Reply # 1247541 27-Feb-2015 08:34
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And there I was thinking someone had found a Commodore A1000 in their garage and wanted to donate it to an Amiga nut......  ;)

Congrats! :)





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  Reply # 1247551 27-Feb-2015 08:43
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xpd: And there I was thinking someone had found a Commodore A1000 in their garage and wanted to donate it to an Amiga nut......  ;)

Congrats! :)



I was really hoping this was the case too.
Showing our age. cry



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  Reply # 1247808 27-Feb-2015 13:45
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Dairyxox:
xpd: And there I was thinking someone had found a Commodore A1000 in their garage and wanted to donate it to an Amiga nut......  ;)

Congrats! :)



I was really hoping this was the case too.
Showing our age. cry


Hehe, I won't mention me having to thrown away an Amiga 1200 (with CPU and memory expansion kit) when I was moving here from Norway.

Those machines really kicked a$$ in their time, could do a lot more than anything else on the market in the 80s.




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  Reply # 1247832 27-Feb-2015 14:33
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surprised   cry
You DO NOT THROW AWAY AMIGA STUFF!!! Bad!!! bad! Bad! 

Ill go back to my hole now....  

<throwing away Amiga's, what is the world coming to...>





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  Reply # 1247900 27-Feb-2015 16:24

jarledb:
Dairyxox:
xpd: And there I was thinking someone had found a Commodore A1000 in their garage and wanted to donate it to an Amiga nut......  ;)

Congrats! :)



I was really hoping this was the case too.
Showing our age. cry


Hehe, I won't mention me having to thrown away an Amiga 1200 (with CPU and memory expansion kit) when I was moving here from Norway.

Those machines really kicked a$$ in their time, could do a lot more than anything else on the market in the 80s.


-1000 Posts for throwing that away!!!!

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  Reply # 1247980 27-Feb-2015 18:09
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ha!
thought it was a musical fidelity a1000 amplifier...

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