Discussion in 'South Bend, IN' started by vaderisone, May 25, 2005.
You are tempting me to crack open teh photoshopz...
I used to tinker with 6502 assembler though, writing 2600 programs. Fun stuff.
I never had an Atari computer. A friend had one, but he was the oddball. All of the rest of us had Commodore 64/128.
I had a Commodore 64, Atari VIC 20, Atari 2600.
All of these were second-hand though. The first console that was all my own was my NES.
Our next target is the Greater Cincinnati Tristate Region, they are only a few thousand posts away...
They do not have that much activity, we should be able to take them before we know it.
Yeah... read the "2600" thread.
...nevermind. i had something to say, but it's gone
the questions and answers part is the best
I know, they need some bold text that says "PEOPLE! THIS IS NOT A REAL SUNROOF, K.THNX.BAI"
we were supposed to take over the milwookies today (about) and instead we are ahead by about 1,500 posts!
WOW, How do you remember that!
-1446 And Counting!
currently ahead by 2355!
We left them in the dust!
The mods have put them Milwookies on inactive notice today
a few other of the midwest boards have also been put on notice. seems to be an epidemic.
Obviously would make catching Dee-troit a no-brainer if they shut 'em down. Hard to believe it could come to that - makes you appreciate the active little group we have.
is it really a "little" group comparatively? how many active users do most boards have?
Good point - we have nine regulars, by my count (including VIO). Pretty solid, really.
The Milwookies are now on the Inactive forums
It looks like they got moved back to Active because they posted 5 times.
There are several FF's on that inactive board with over 10,000 posts. Sad to think they got that far and then died out, although it looks like some merged with other groups (e.g., Boston).
Yes, South Bend has become a beacon of light, in a Midwestern sea of despair.
They still look in-active to me at,
They have not posted since 8-16-08
but what do I know
We killed 'em off. Let that be a lesson to all who get in our way.